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									   Page 8                      Thursday, December 4, 2008                                               The Westfield Leader and The Scotch Plains – Fanwood TIMES                                                                        A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION

                                                                                                                   Sheriff’s Officers Stop
                                                                                                                  Knife Attack in Elizabeth
                                                                                                           ELIZABETH — Union County                              ing commands in Spanish, at which
                                                                                                        sheriff’s officers, last week, sub-                      time Esparcza ran from the scene
                                                                                                        dued a man attempting to stab an-                        while Lopez put the knife down.
                                                                                                        other individual on 3rd Street in                        The officers then tackled Lopez and
                                                                                                        Elizabeth, according to authori-                         handcuffed him, according to the
                                                                                                        ties.                                                    report.
                                                                                                           According to a police report ob-                        Lopez was arrested and charged
                                                                                                        tained by The Scotch Plains-Fanwood                      with aggravated assault with a
                                                                                                        Times, Antonio Lopez, 52, of Eliza-                      weapon, unlawful possession of a
                                                                                                        beth was observed by Sergeant Carlo                      weapon and possession of a weapon.
                                                                                                        Caparruva and Officer George Gyure                       Bail was set at $35,000, with a 10
                                                                                                        “repeatedly trying to stab” Juan                         percent cash bail. He was transported
SUGAR COOKIES...The Woman’s Club of Westfield made 100 packages of                                      Esparcza, 43, of Elizabeth, “in the                      to the Union County jail.
Christmas cookies at the Masonic Lodge in Westfield to be shared with the patients                      torso area” with a steak knife.                            Esparcza was located and brought
of Runnells Specialized Hospital of Union County in Berkeley Heights. Pictured,                            Officer Gyure drew his gun and                        to the sheriff’s department in Eliza-
from left to right, are: Front row, Delores Kilkenny, Anne Galante, Clemmie Tabor,
Julia Nardone and Mildred Beese, and second row, Nancy Youngling, Marjorie                              ordered Lopez to drop his knife, but                     beth for a statement. During the pro-                                                         Greg Ryan for The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times

Wieseman, Sally Brown, Helen Assmann and Madeline Roeber.                                               Lopez “continued to lunge towards”                       cess it was found that Esparcza had              BONFIRE…Westfield High School students gather to watch the annual bonfire
                                                                                                        Esparcza, according to the police re-                    an outstanding criminal warrant, for             on November 26 on the Edison Intermediate School field. The bonfire serves as a
                                                                                                        port.                                                    which he was charged and taken to                kickoff for the Homecoming Parade, Powder Puff game and the traditional
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Westfield-Plainfield football game.
                                                                                                           Sergeant Caparruva started shout-                     the county jail.
              Fanwood Council
            Discusses Development
                                          CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     POLICE BLOTTER
erning body scheduled a vote for its                     years and adjusted accordingly.                                                                                                                                          Westfield                   nical School reported that someone
December 9 meeting on a required                            “You’re required to assess and                                                                                                                           Friday, November 21, Robert              removed her backpack from her un-
plan to meet the state Council on                        measure your actual rate of growth                                                                                                                       Carter, 52, of Westfield was arrested       locked locker, which contained an
Affordable Housing (COAH) require-                       and revisit your [COAH] plan,” said                                                                                                                      at the intersection of South Chestnut       iPod valued at $205.
ments.                                                   Mr. Slachetka, adding that any addi-                                                                                                                     Street and Tremont Avenue on a                 Tuesday, November 25, a student
   “This is a huge issue for the state in                tional affordable housing units re-                                                                                                                      Cranford warrant in the state crimi-        at Union Catholic High School re-
many towns,” Mayor Mahr said.                            quired as a result of “amendments                                                                                                                        nal warrant system, with bail of $929.      ported that someone removed his iPod
   The plan to be voted on next week                     and changes” could be “phased in.”                                                                                                                       Cranford authorities released Carter        valued at $175 from his unlocked
relates to “third round” COAH regu-                         He recommended that new resi-                                                                                                                         on his own recognizance with a No-          locker.
lations, which require Fanwood to                        dential housing in the redevelopment                                                                                                                     vember 24 court date.                          Thursday, November 27, Brian
provide 26 new affordable housing                        area “can easily accommodate a set-                                                                                                                         Friday, November 21, Jeremy D.           Mundy, 21, of Elizabeth was arrested
units as it approves future develop-                     aside” percentage for affordable hous-                                                                                                                   Joblon, 34, of Bloomfield was ar-           for an outstanding warrant after a
ment.                                                    ing units.                                                                                                                                               rested on a Clark traffic warrant dur-      motor vehicle stop. He was trans-
   However, Mr. Slachetka said the                          Borough Engineer Joseph Pryor                                                                                                                         ing a motor vehicle stop at the inter-      ported to headquarters where he was
borough already has 21 affordable                        reported that a $200,000 grant from            HELPING HANDS...Members of Pack 177 of Mountainside joined the commu-                                     section of Central and Myrtle Av-           processed and released.
housing unit “credits” from previous                     the New Jersey Department of Trans-            nity to do their part on Clean Community Day. These Boy Scouts picked up trash
                                                                                                        and debris at the Trailside Center in the Watchung Reservation.                                           enues. He posted $321 bail and was             Saturday, November 29, Tanya
rounds; therefore, its current “obliga-                  portation would help finance recon-                                                                                                                      released.                                   Meyers, 26, of Plainfield was arrested
tion” is to provide five additional                      struction work along Belvedere Av-                                                                                                                          Monday, November 24, Vincent L.          on an outstanding warrant after a
   “You’re in pretty good shape,” Mr.
Slachetka said. But, he said COAH
                                                         enue; meanwhile, he said the bor-
                                                         ough is accepting bids until Decem-
                                                         ber 17, on the planned Helen Street
                                                                                                              Westfield, Union Workers                                                                            Irving, 57, of East Orange was ar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  rested at the East Orange Police De-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              motor vehicle stop. She was trans-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ported to headquarters where she was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  partment on an outstanding Westfield        processed and released.
plans must be reviewed every two                         road improvements.
                                                                                                              Agree to Four-Year Pact                                                                             criminal warrant with bail of $166.50.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  He was held pending the posting of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Saturday, November 29, Heather
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Christy, 19, of Cranford was arrested
   Westfield Council Appoints                                                                                  By MICHAEL J. POLLACK
                                                                                                         Specially Written for The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times
                                                                                                                                                                 because of [finalizing the contribution          bail.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Tuesday, November 25, Iris Y.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              for an outstanding warrant after a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              motor vehicle stop. She was trans-
                                                                                                                                                                 element of the deal],” which he said the
   New Court Administrator                                                                                 WESTFIELD – The town council on
                                                                                                        Tuesday introduced a new CWA (Com-
                                                                                                        munication Workers of America) con-
                                                                                                                                                                 town is pursuing with its other unions.
                                                                                                                                                                 The CWA joins the library as the first two
                                                                                                                                                                 entities whose employees contribute to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Contreras, 37, of Plainfield was ar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  rested at South Avenue and Crossway
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Place on an outstanding North
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ported to headquarters where she was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              processed and released.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Sunday, November 30, Max
       By MICHAEL J. POLLACK                             to the meeting.
 Specially Written for The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Times                                                  tract after agreeing on a four-year pact,                their health insurance.                          Plainfield traffic warrant with bail of     Delnegro, 19, of Scotch Plains was
                                                            Mr. Cockren said this process is dif-       retroactive to 2008, which goes through                     Mr. Gildea said employee contribu-
   WESTFIELD – With the retirement,                      ferent from typical subdivisions; in this                                                                                                                $200. She was turned over to the North      arrested for an outstanding warrant
                                                                                                        2011.                                                    tions are “important to offsetting the cost      Plainfield Police Department.               after a motor vehicle stop. He was
effective at the end of this year, of long-              case, a parcel is being cut from Rahway           In Westfield, the CWA comprises 40                    to the taxpayer.”
time court administrator Linda Chieffo                   Avenue, and a new street is being made.                                                                                                                     Wednesday, November 26, Rafael           transported to headquarters where he
                                                                                                        full-time and 10 part-time positions. The                   The Westfield firefighters contract ex-
the town welcomed Carol Salvaggio as                     Issues such as drainage, sewerage, on-         CWA covers positions, such as the police                 pires at the end of this year, while the         Perez, 41, of Elizabeth was arrested on     was processed and released.
its new acting court administrator at                    street parking and bond performance            clerk, deputy town clerk, deputy tax col-                police and teamsters’ agreements expire          an outstanding Westfield traffic war-          Sunday, November 30, a resident
Tuesday’s meeting.                                       are considered as part of the agreement.       lector and building code processor. The                  at the end of 2009.                              rant in the amount of $496. He was          of Canterbury Drive reported that
   The town administrator, with the ap-                     In other news, the council announced        CWA’s pay-scale system consists of four                     In separate business, Councilman Jim          turned over to the Union County jail.       someone removed his vehicle, which
proval of the mayor and council, pro-                    the Westfield Neighborhood Council’s           grades, each with 15 steps.                              Foerst’s, chairman of the Code Review               Wednesday, November 26, Joseph           was parked in the street in front of his
posed the appointment of Ms. Salvaggio,                  Community Block Grant application for             The new contract calls for increases of               and Town Property Committee, will in-            Pintauro, Jr., 40, of Cranford was          house.
who has served as one of the town’s two                  funding. The entity has applied for            2 percent over the existing steps in 2008,               troduce an ordinance later this month that       arrested at the Monmouth County jail                      Mountainside
deputy court administrators for 12 years.                $17,000, to be used for facilities im-         2009 and 2010, as well as a 2.5 percent                  will amend an article in the town’s land         on an outstanding Westfield traffic            Tuesday, November 25, Jennifer
Fellow deputy court administrator Anne                   provement.                                     increase in the final year of the contract.              use ordinance and create an amended              warrant in the amount of $750. He           R. Clementi, 36, of Winfield Park and
Margeotes will remain in her current                        In other business, the town appointed          Under the deal’s terms, part-time em-                 schedule of fees.
                                                         its risk management consultant. The            ployees will see hourly increases from a                    The “omnibus package of fee modifi-           was released after posting bail.            Renee A. Ronchi, 52, of Morristown
role; the town will not hire anyone to fill                                                                                                                                                                          Wednesday, November 26, Robert           were arrested and charged in connec-
Ms. Salvaggio’s former position; it will                 town, which has joined both the Subur-         range of $13.54 to $16.89, effective in                  cations,” as termed by Mr. Foerst, will
be lost to attrition.                                    ban Joint Insurance Fund and the Mu-           2008, to between $14.43 and $18.01, in                   include a host of increased charges.             H. Schwartz, 38, of Westfield was           tion with prescription medication fraud.
   Town Administrator Jim Gildea said                    nicipal Excess Liability Joint Insurance       2011. The CBA also includes funding for                     The fee for “C” variances, also known         arrested on Doris Parkway on four              According to police, a doctor on
he was “happy to recommend” Ms.                          Fund, must, by law, appoint a consult-         the town’s TV-36 director. The position                  as bulk variances, will rise. This type of       outstanding Westfield traffic warrants      Route 22 told police Clementi, a former
Salvaggio for the acting title “and, soon                ant.                                           will see an increase from $29,714, in                    variance, according to Town Planner Bill         totaling $402. He was released after        employee of his, might have been
thereafter, hopefully the court adminis-                    Such a consultant examines an orga-         2008, to $32,585, in 2011, a 9.6 percent                 Drew, is the “most prevalent type of ap-         posting bail.                               fraudulently obtaining prescriptions.
trator title for a long future here.” Mr.                nization to identify and quantify what it      increase.                                                plication a town resident would file.”              Wednesday, November 26, Tina             Upon questioning, Clementi told po-
Gildea said Ms. Salvaggio has done a                     does, what it stands to lose in case of loss      The deputy town clerk will earn be-                      A resident would file a “C” variance if,      Wissel, 47, of Westfield was arrested       lice Ronchi, her former coworker at the
“phenomenal job” thus far.                               and what is needed to protect its assets       tween $32,123 and $48,665 in 2009. That                  for example, he or she sought to create an
                                                                                                        salary rises to between $33,585 to $50,982.              addition on their home that did not com-         on Lawrence Avenue on an outstand-          doctor’s office, would call in the pre-
   To sum up, he touted the move for the                 and earnings. The town has appointed                                                                                                                     ing Westfield traffic warrant in the        scriptions for her and Clementi would
                                                         AGA (Amalgamated General Agencies)             The senior environmental health special-                 ply with the prevailing zoning standards.
town council’s providing of “new lead-                                                                                                                              Currently, a flat $50 fee exists regard-      amount of $120. She was processed           then pick them up. The prescriptions
ership in the court and budget savings.”                 to perform the services outlined for 2.5       ist, in 2009, will earn between $61,979
                                                                                                        and $67,149. In 2011, that rises to be-                  less of the amount of variances filed.           and released after posting bail.            were filled at four different pharma-
   Third Ward Councilman Mark                            percent of the town’s annual assess-                                                                    Under the new package, a single variance            Wednesday, November 26, Kim-             cies.
                                                         ment.                                          tween $69,149 and $71,420.
Ciarrocca said he had the opportunity to                                                                   In addition, there are two major changes              would cost $150. Those with multiple             berly Matics, 37, of Union was ar-             Police said the prescriptions dated
work with Ms. Salvaggio, whom he                            “This saves us 3.5 percent of our           to the contract. First, grade 7, an entry level          variances would pay $95 each.
called a “tremendous asset to the town.”                 assessment,” Mr. Gildea said, as the                                                                                                                     rested and charged with driving while       from January 19, 2007 through July 31
                                                                                                        grade, has been eliminated; adjustments                     “We compared ourselves with the sur-          intoxicated after a motor vehicle stop      of this year. The prescriptions in ques-
He said the town is losing someone                       rate, by law, cannot exceed 6 percent of       have been made to get all current grade 7                rounding municipalities,” Mr. Drew told
“with a lot of experience,” in Ms. Chieffo,              a member’s annual assessment. “So,                                                                                                                       at South Avenue, West, and Boule-           tion were for Alprozolam or Xanax,
                                                                                                        workers into the grade 8 classification.                 The Times last Wednesday, “and found
but it is gaining someone “really compe-                 we’ll pocket in the neighborhood of               “We had a hard time getting people                    that we were on the bottom of the list. We       vard. She was transported to police         given for panic disorder and anxiety;
tent” in return. He said though the sec-                 $35,000.”                                      hired at [salaries in the $20,000 range],”               decided to raise our fees so that they’re        headquarters, processed and released        Advair Diskus, prescribed for asthma
ond deputy court administrator position                     Under public discussion by citizens,        Mr. Gildea told The Scotch Plains-                       competitive, not first.”                         to a responsible individual.                or COPD; and Vicoden, a pain manage-
is not being replaced, the work in the                   former Westfield Councilman Ken                Fanwood Times last Wednesday.                               Mr. Foerst said the town tried to posi-          Thursday, November 27, David             ment drug.
municipal court “has not shrunk; in fact,                McRitchie provided council members                Also, the move means that Westfield                   tion itself in the 65th to 80th percentile.      Ryan, 28, of Cranford was arrested at          Ronchi was arrested on Monday,
we’re busier than we ever were…it’s a                    copies of a 2002 article, appearing in the     will no longer be a “training ground,”                   “We just want to collect a fair fee,” he said.   North and Central Avenues on an out-        November 24, at police headquarters
great example of doing more with less.”                  former Record Press, titled “Rat Probe         according to the administrator. “We’d                       The town referred the matter to the           standing New Brunswick criminal war-        and charged with fraudulently obtain-
   In a separate matter, the town has                    Brings Apology.”                               hire an office clerk at $23,000, then the                planning board, which addressed it at its        rant in the amount of $250. He was          ing prescription drugs and providing
entered into an agreement between the                       The article delves into the Fanwood         person would go to another town and get                  December 1 meeting. The town hopes to            processed and released after posting        them to others, obtaining a controlled
town of Westfield and Forest Glen Re-                    Borough Council apologizing to a resi-         paid double. We lost good people.”                       have the amended fee schedule set for the
                                                         dent after council members agreed the             Secondly, the deal amends the method                  2009 calendar year.                              bail.                                       dangerous substance by fraud and pos-
alty Associates, which is an affiliate of
Daunno Development.                                      Westfield Regional Board of Health, of         of contribution to the health insurance                     Acting town engineer Kris McAloon                Friday, November 28, Derrion Aber-       session of prescription medications
   When completed, Forest Glen Es-                       which the borough is a member, “over-          provider.                                                said the town received one bid for its           deen, 26, of Plainfield was arrested on     without proper authorization. She was
tates, a three-lot subdivision on a cul-                 stepped its authority in investigating a          Starting in 2009, CWA workers will                    recycling program. The bid, coming from          South Avenue on an outstanding Scotch       released pending a Friday, December 5
de-sac off Rahway Avenue, will feature                   rodent infestation.”                           choose between Point of Service (POS)                    Great Northern, which handles the ma-            Plains traffic warrant in the amount of     court date.
a new road, Forest Glen Court, which                        At the time, borough attorney Mark          and Preferred Provider Organization                      jority of Union County towns, was                $165. He was processed and released            Clementi was arrested on Wednes-
will be exclusive to the three homes.                    Peck agreed with residents that health         (PPO) plans, which come at a higher cost.                $222,000, a 20 percent increase from the         after posting bail.                         day, November 25, at her home and
   An advertisement earlier this year                    inspectors did not “have the power” to            Those who choose the more expensive                   $184,000 the town is currently paying.              Friday, November 28, Ronald              charged with prescription fraud and
listed the pre-construction pricing start-               enter private property in the absence of       PPO plan will have to pay the differential                  Mr. McAloon said the changing paper           Posyton, Jr., 48, of Westfield was ar-      obtaining controlled dangerous sub-
ing at $1.8 million.                                     an imminent health hazard.                     between the POS and PPO plans. The                       market caused the “substantial increase.”
                                                                                                        differential breaks down into three cat-                 Whereas in the past, the vendor would            rested on the 100 block of Clifton Street   stances by fraud. She was processed
   The more-than-half-acre lots will back                   Mr. McRitchie said he did not want to                                                                                                                 on an outstanding no-bail warrant from      and released pending a December 5
up to Tamaques Park and St. Helen’s                      “embarrass” the previous health officer        egories: a $300 charge for family plans,                 lower the bid price because he would
                                                                                                        $200 fee for husband-wife plans and $100                 benefit from the resale of paper, that is not    the Union County Sheriff’s Office. He       court date.
Roman Catholic Church.                                   of Westfield.                                                                                                                                            was processed and turned over to the           Thursday, November 27, Mark
                                                            “Going forward,” he said, he hopes          for single plans. Those who choose the                   happening at present.
   According to Town Attorney Bob                                                                       POS plan pay no extra charge.                               Still, Mr. McAloon said the $20 per-          Sheriff’s Office.                           Dwyer, 27, of Mountainside was ar-
Cockren, preliminary subdivision ap-                     that the necessary “checks and balances”                                                                unit (household) fee is lower than sur-
proval was granted in 2005. Property                     are imposed to “prevent reoccurring               In addition, in 2010 and 2011, CWA                                                                        Friday, November 28, Qing Yang,          rested and charged for driving while
                                                                                                        members will directly contribute to their                rounding towns such as Kenilworth and            40, of Westfield was arrested at            intoxicated after being involved in an
owner, Carl Peschke, had since sold his                  things such as this.”                          insurance; an employee will pay 1 per-                   Cranford, which pay $24 or $26.
rights to the project to the developer.                     Mr. Gildea on Wednesday told The                                                                                                                      Westfield police headquarters on two        accident. According to police, offic-
                                                                                                        cent of his or her salary, regardless of the                The alternative to the town’s recycling       outstanding Clark traffic warrants, with    ers patrolling Summit Lane found
Forest Glen sought subdivision approval                  Leader, “2002 was six years ago and            plan, in 2010. That percentage rises to                  practice, said third ward Councilman Mark
and received it in September.                            there was no Westfield response men-           1.25 percent in 2011.                                    Ciarrocca, is to adopt Fanwood’s model           total bail of $329. She was released        Dwyer next to his vehicle where it
   Now, the developer and the town have                  tioned in that article. Fanwood contin-           The sides have negotiated since No-                   of operating a town recycling center.            after processing and posting bail.          came to a stop after hitting two trees.
entered into a formal agreement, which                   ues to be a member of The Westfield            vember 2007, and came to a voluntary                        Mr. Ciarrocca said the town must weigh           Friday, November 28, Nicole              He admitted to have been drinking
deals with “how improvements will oc-                    Regional Board of Health, which is a           settlement in October. Mediation and ar-                 the benefits of each. Westfield’s method is      Carscadden, 24, of Cranford and Mat-        and was transported to Overlook
cur and who has responsibility for the                   very successful program. Since that time,      bitration were not necessary.                            more convenient, as opposed to Fanwood’s,        thew Poirier, 22, of Westfield were         Hospital for injuries sustained in the
improvements,” Mr. Cockren said prior                    three other towns have been added.”               “We feel it’s a fair, favorable deal for              in which people must sort their plastics by      arrested and charged with possession        accident at which time samples of his
                                                                                                        the town and the employee,” Mr. Gildea                   number and other items by color.                 of less than 50 grams of suspected          blood were taken for blood alcohol
                                                                                                        said. “We enjoy a good relationship with                    “More and more, these are the judg-           marijuana after their motor vehicle         level testing.
                                                                                                        CWA. It took a little longer than usual                  ment calls we have to make [when con-            was stopped in the area of Central             Sunday, November 30, a patron of a
                                                                                                                                                                 sidering the economic impact of such
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Avenue and Oxford Terrace for hav-          restaurant on Route 22 reported that
                                                                                                             Governor Corzine                                    programs],” he said. “It’s a significant
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ing tinted windows.                         while dining at the establishment, some-
                                                                                                                                                                 service. It is convenient, but people are
                                                                                                             Asks Feds for Help                                  paying a tax point and a half.”                     After further investigation, police      one entered her vehicle damaging the
                                                                                                           PHILADELPHIA – Governor Jon                              The town council will hold its reorga-        also charged Carscadden with three          driver’s side door lock and attempted to
                                                                                                        Corzine, Tuesday, addressed the National                 nization meeting on Friday, January 2,           separate counts of possession of pre-       remove the ignition box. According to
                                                                                                        Governor’s conference with President-                    2009, at 6 p.m. at the municipal building.       scription legend drugs. She and Poirier     police, surveillance cameras caught the
                                                                                                        elect Barack Obama and Vice President-                                                                    were transported to Westfield police        perpetrators on tape and the incident is
                                                                                                        elect Joseph Biden in attendance. About                                                                   headquarters, processed, issued sum-        under investigation.
                                                                                                        the foreclosure crisis, he said that the
                                                                                                        quickest path out of the current economic
                                                                                                        recession lies with keeping families in
                                                                                                                                                                        Chippery                                  monses and released.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Saturday, November 29, Nelson
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Lemes, 24, of Linden was arrested at
                                                                                                        homes and keeping communities strong.
                                                                                                                                                                           CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1                                                                “The Tough
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Westfield police headquarters on traf-        Get Going”
                                                                                                           “The dream of homeownership has al-
                                                                                                        ways been a driving force in the Ameri-                  Blechinger said. “A renovation can               fic warrants from Westfield and Lin-
                                                                                                        can economy, and that dream must re-                     happen, but they can’t enlarge it at all         den, with bail amounts of $500 and
                                                                                                        main alive if we are to see a timely eco-                without a variance.”                             $154, respectively. Lemes was pro-
                                                                                                        nomic recovery,” Governor Corzine said.                     Given its location on South Av-               cessed and released after posting bail
                                                                                                        “The housing and foreclosure problem                     enue, Mr. Nagy said he believes an-              on both warrants.
                                                                                                        facing families and communities lies at                  other similar restaurant could suc-                            Scotch Plains         
                                                                                                        the base of the economic crisis. If the                  ceed on the property.                               Monday, November 24, Leslie
                                                                                                        foreclosure problem is not addressed, the                   “There has been talk that it is a             Winn, 27, of East Orange was ar-
                                                                                                        economy will not recover.”                               good location, because it has parking            rested for an outstanding warrant af-
                                                                                                           The governor called for a federal pro-
                                                                                                        gram. “We need a housing market recov-                   and it is high density traffic, and traf-        ter a motor vehicle stop. She was             Advertise
                                                                                                        ery program that’s at a scale that only the              fic for about what I would call rela-            transported to headquarters where she         Here
                                                                                                        federal government can provide, other-                   tively quick pick up of food, fast               was processed and released.
                                                                                                        wise toxic mortgages will poison the sys-                food, it’s a good place,” Mr. Nagy                  Monday, November 24, a student
                                                                                                        tem indefinitely,” he said.                              said.                                            at the Union County Vocational Tech-          

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