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July 10 2013 www.theobserver.com Vol CXXVI No. 7 COVERING BELLEVILLE BLOOMFIELD EAST NEWARK HARRISON KEARNY LYNDHURST NORTH ARLINGTON NUTLEY Assessing Sandy s handiwork By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent KEARNY Now that Kearny has a permanent tax assessor he ll likely be grappling with claims by multiple home and businesses owners that the value of their properties have been diminished by the onslaught of Superstorm Sandy last fall. Nationwide the bill for Sandy s handiwork has been reckoned at nearly 70 billion in property wreckage. Based on preliminary surveys the Kearny Office of Emergency Management figured that some 300 industries and commercial businesses suffered more than 50 million in losses while 150 homes and 50 apartments took a hit of about 8 million. Not to mention the shocks absorbed by municipal infrastructure including water control systems rolling stock debris clearance and employee overtime calculated at about 4 million. For 2013 Peneda will be dealing with 129 tax appeals from residential property owners and an additional 50 from commercial owners with most of that latter expected to end up in state tax court for final deliberation. We figure most of the state tax cases should be settled by the third or fourth week of see PENEDA page The span of memories By Karen Zautyk Observer Correspondent NORTH ARLINGTON n the middle of the day on July 4 in the middle of the span that was known on the western side of the Passaic River as the Rutgers St. Bridge and on the eastern side as the Belleville Pike Bridge there was a ceremony to mark its official renaming. Henceforth it shall be called the Cpl. Osbrany Montes De Oca Memorial Bridge. Undoubtedly people will shorten that to just the Montes De Oca Bridge or even the De Oca Bridge which would be colloquially acceptable. But in no instance should it revert to its old names. Despite official renamings no one (except certain traffic reporters) calls the 59th St. Bridge in Manhattan the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge and no one calls the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel the Hugh L. Carey Tunnel. I Photo by Karen Zautyk inset courtesy Montes De Oca family see BRIDGE page 07 New look for town s police fleet HARRISON If there s ever another superstorm like Sandy and climate experts are predicting more of the same look for the Harrison Police Department to come to the rescue of any trapped motorists. Just take a look at the three newly delivered 2013 Ford Explorer Interceptors and you ll see why. They re still awaiting police decals and installation of radios and computers to check plates and registration and to issue e-tickets before they re pronounced ready for patrol duties but when they are Police Chief Derek Kearns predicts they ll be among the meanest hunks of black-andwhite heavy metal on the road. They re giving us the capability to serve the community in inclement weather like a big storm Kearns said. Before we had to borrow a rig from the Fire Department to get to folks in high waters. Equipped with heavy plastic front grills V-6 engines allwheel drive and hard plastic rear seating for prisoners these vehicles come with a three-year 36 000-mile warranty from the vendor Beyer Ford of Morristown police brass said. 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Now however thanks to the Belleville Historical Society I have begun to educate myself on this local treasure. And last week also thanks to the society I spent one of the most meaningful Fourths of July ever. Part of that was because of the ceremony renaming the Rutgers St. Belleville Pike Bridge in honor of Marine Cpl. Osbrany Montes De Oca. (See story P. 1) But the day began with a tribute to other American veterans those who won our nation its freedom in the first place. As it does every July 4th the Belleville Historical Society held its Independence Day Ceremony in the cemetery of the Dutch Reformed Church at Rutgers and Main Sts. In that graveyard are buried 66 soldiers who fought in the American Revolution. There is a well-kept monument inscribed with their names but time has taken its toll on the graveyard at large. The uneven earth makes walking treacherous the stone-edged steps and iron fencing are wobbly. Some headstones are broken and many are illegible names and dates and sentiments I Mary Tortoreti President Robert Pezzolla General Manager ADVERTISING Natalie Rodriguez - Ulloa Classified Asst.to GM Kim Pezzolla Sales Rosemary Bennett Sales EDITORIAL Jim Hague Sportswriter Melissa Bastek Copywriter Ron Leir Correspondent Karen Zautyk Correspondent ART DEPARTMENT Michelle Rybeck Graphic Designer 39 Seeley Ave. Kearny N.J. 07032 Phone 201-991-1600 Fax 201-991-8941 www.theobserver.com Deadlines Display Ads Thursday by 4PM Real Estate Thursday by 12PM Obituaries Monday by 10AM Classifieds Monday by 4PM listeners. The Rev. Ivan Sciberras pastor of St. Peter s Church in Belleville offered the invocation which included a prayer that with every trial withstood and every danger overcome -- for the sake of our children our grandchildren and all who come after us -- this great land will always be one nation under God indivisible with liberty and justice for all. And to a (softly played) fife-and-drum rendition of Yankee Doodle Belleville Deputy Mayor Michael Nicosia and Board of Education President John Rivera read the Roll Call of the Troops the 66 names of the Revolutionary War veterans. (See Roll of Honor p. 22.) Then it was time for the 21-gun cannon salute -- which was this year limited to only 11 firings because we were told all the shops were out of ammo. At least cannon ammo. Which may have been a good thing since I couldn t help wondering what nearby residents thought might be Photos by Karen Zautyk occurring in their town as Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts at Roll of Honor monument who didn t even boom after boom filled flinch as cannon s roar later shook the air. the morning air. The event ended with worn away by the storms of there for a singular purpose Taps played by Dan more than two centuries. Remembrance. Jacoby Nutley s assistant But this is still the final Members of Boy Scout director of Veteran Affairs. resting place of heroes and Troop and Cub Scout Pack This really is a Bellevillethe families who loved them. 350 formed an honor guard Nutley event explained This is still sacred ground. at the memorial and helped Nutley Commissioner Steve Last Thursday about raise the Stars & Stripes Rogers who was also in at100 people gathered in the and then lower it to halftendance. cemetery at 10 a.m. to honor staff. And then it was time to the dead and to celebrate the Wreaths were placed and leave -- on what would be nation to which their courage the Pledge of Allegiance rethe beginning of a journey of helped give birth. cited as was the introduction learning. It was your typical smallto the Declaration of IndeBy next July 4 I hope to town ceremony which is pendence. Aisha Polite-Hill know more about the church what made it so precious. Belleville High School Class itself which is no longer Those attending from chilof 2013 sang The Star -Spandren to senior citizens were gled Banner to the hushed see CEMETERY page 22 five day weather forecast Wednesday July 10 Thursday July 11 Friday July 12 Saturday July 13 Sunday July 14 Inside Editorial .............................06 Around Town ....................13 Real Estate ........................22 89 83 83 82 83 Scattered T-Storms Scattered T-Storms Scattered Showers Isolated T Storms Isolated T-Storms Obits ...................................25 Classifieds .........................26 Business Directory ..........30 Check back here for Upcoming Promos THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 03 Accused of unwanted advances KEARNY A 55-year-old Belleville man was arrested last week by Kearny police after allegedly making unwanted advances on at least two occasions to a 13-year-old Kearny girl authorities reported. The suspect Juan Garcia was being held in the Hudson County Jail on 75 000 bail on charges of luring by attempting to entice a child authorities said. According to police Officer Pat Becker and Sgt. Pete Gleason responded to the 800 block of Kearny Ave. at 2 30 p.m. July 2 to interview the girl and her guardian relative to the girl s having been approached in the area at least twice in of the suspect who was believed to be still in the area Becker and Gleason located and detained Garcia who was also found to be wanted on an outstanding theft warrant from Clifton police said. He was taken into custody and transported to Kearny police headquarters for processing and for follow-up investigation regarding the original complaint. While Garcia was at HQ a positive identification was made by the victim and evidence gathered by officers at the latest location where he had allegedly approached the girl further linked him to the incident police said. Before he was transported to the county jail a DNA sample was taken from the suspect.. The Hudson County Prosecutor s Special Victims Unit was notified of the incident the KPD noted. Karen Zautyk Photos courtesy of KPD Juan Garcia the recent past by a man who made unwanted advances and had provided her [with] his phone number and attempted to arrange a meeting. Armed with a description Consider welcoming Ghost and NewB into your home Ghost and NewB (ID893878) two small 1-year-old adult male rats wait to be welcomed to a loving forever home at the Bergen County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center 100 United Lane Teterboro. The person who turned Ghost and NewB in informed the shelter that his brother brought them home but his mother didn t want them in the house. Several birds are also currently available at the shelter a parrot cockatiel and a parakeet. Gerbils guinea pigs and another adult rat are all waiting for homes also. For more information call 201-229-4600. Hours for adoption are 1 to 5 p.m. daily including weekends. The shelter is closed for adoptions on Mondays and open Thursdays from 1 to 7 30 p.m. Many other adoptable animals can be seen at the shelter s website http www. petfinder.com shelters NJ29. html. Many local towns also have a Patch website featuring the shelter s animals. The shelter also has a page on Facebook. Please visit and like the Bergen County Animal Shelter. Ghost and NewB 04 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 From pet supplies to loft apartments By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent residential rental apartments and a parking garage. This project would be the HARRISON latest in a series of private redevelopment ventures springor six decades the VoyToys company has made ing up in this West Hudson community mostly off the and distributed wholesale pet shop supplies from its Passaic River waterfront although this newest proposal Harrison headquarters. is situated in what the town But now it looks like the has designated as the RCA three mammoth structures in Redevelopment Area. the 400 block of S. Fifth St. The target site was origithat has catered to the producnally occupied by Edison tion of leashes collars catnips rubber dog toys rawhide Lamp Works then redeveloped by General Election and dog chews and the like will occupied for many years in give way to lodgings for huthe early 20th century by the man occupants. 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A year ago the Planning Board recommended designation of the 2.5-acre site bounded by Sussex St. to the north Bergen St. to the south Sixth St. to the east and Fifth St. to the west as an area in need of redevelopment and the town s governing body concurred adopting a conceptual redevelopment plan in September 2012 calling for the creation of loft-style apartments within the existing three-story shells of each building plus two additional floors to be built above two buildings and one extra floor above the third. As required by the Harrison Redevelopment Agency all new floors being added to the warehouse footprint must be set back a minimum of six feet from the existing building fa ade. The HRA gave the project its blessing on April 30. 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WWW.SMILEONNJ.COM Se Habla Espa ol Fala Se Portugu s 521 Kearny Ave Kearny NJ 201.991.1280 infokearny smileonnj.com THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 05 Preserving a church one window at a time By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent on the next phase of the covering the stained glass church s restoration. windows with new more proMaria explained Three tective glass containing tiny HARRISON years ago we started two ventilation holes and at the oly Cross Church fundraisers one for the winsame time they re repairing which dates from the dows and gutters and another the aging wood frames holdturn of the 19th cenfor the pews and flooring . ing the windows in place. tury is getting another much- At a meeting on April 21 we There are 18 stained glass needed facelift that should decided to combine both funwindows on the church s east help preserve the integrity of draisers in order to paint and side and 19 on the west side the Catholic worship facility. restore the windows. three large ones in the back Several years ago the first So far she said we ve coland many on the front Silva priority was fixing a leaky lected 83 381.90. That total said. roof and the parish borrowed includes 26 541.90 from the It s the kind of job we money from the Archdiocese pews and flooring funding as couldn t do ourselves without of Newark to accomplish that well as the generous donation that kind of expert resource said the Rev. Joseph Girone of 12 000 from the Knights of Girone said. As far as it being church pastor. Columbus in Harrison. a priority it s off our radar With the church inte With this amount she system. rior thereby protected from said we are able to pay for That s because in recent weather infiltration in spring the [window work on the] years the pastor said the 2010 members of the Our east west and south sides of parish was occupied with life Lady of Fatima Society of Holy the church. For the front Fasafety infrastructure issues Cross Church founded in 1996 ther Joe agreed to pay with the such as fixing the roofs of the and headed by Antonio Silva money from the school rent. church the rectory and the undertook the next major step (The parish is leasing its old building formerly occupied by by raising 138 500 to repaint grammar school on Frank E. the Carmelite order repairing the walls of the sanctuary. Rodgers Blvd. to Lady Liberty Photos by Ron Leir the school building s roof and It was painted by John Academy a Newark charter As the Rev. Joseph Girone pastor of Holy Cross Church and Maria Silva watch repointing its brick exterior Tiedemann Inc. from North school.) and installing a fire suppresworkers proceed with window restoration at the church. Arlington recalled Antonio s The estimate for all the sion system in the church Milan Church Restoration of Elaborating on the process spouse Maria Silva president windows of the church if basement. Woodbridge is performing the Girone said Milan workers are of the Society s Ladies Auxilia- no problems come up [is] see WINDOWS page window rehabilitation job. replacing old exterior glass ry. All this money was raised 104 250 Maria said. from parties buses to Atlantic City and donations throughout two years. Your Family s Lawyer Portuguese immigrants the G Matrimonial & Municipal Courts Silvas came to the U.S. more G Home and Business Sales than three decades ago (AnG Wills and Estates tonio was born in Estarreja Presented by Jarlynn Hyde Maria in Oliveira de Azemeis) G Labor and Criminal Law Broker Owner settling in Harrison like many Experience G Compassion G Results of their countrymen and FIRST IMPRESSIONS MATTER women. The couple run a conWhen it comes to both making media. Experienced agents will struction demolition company new acquaintances and viewing also be sure to schedule an open 334 Harrison Avenue in Harrison. homes on the real estate market house and inform fellow agents Many of the Society s Harrison NJ 07029 first impressions matter. Make a and brokers. members attend Portuguese You never get a second chance good first impression and your (973) 482-1180 or Masses celebrated Sundays at chances of success are vastly bet- to make a great first impression. (800) 303-7716 ter than making a bad impression This means you need to say just Holy Cross Church. Fax (973) 482-0223 that must be erased and turned enough to make the buyer want Now the Society is focused H 24 Ken Davie Real Estate Let s Talk Cifelli & Davie around. With this in mind a seller s agent should leave nothing to chance when first placing a property on the market. 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I couldn t shine Will s shoes much less those of his horse but please allow me to share some musings on these events on the world stage Egypt said to be the cradle of civilization continues to rock our world with the latest pronouncements of the nation s military. President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood cannot be trusted to run the country the generals have pronounced with the tacit assent of Ameri- I ca s envoys. Perhaps Morsi will now be whisked off to some wait station at some Middle East airport and somewhere cross flight paths with the American fugitive leaker Edward Snowden. If so Snowden can probably shed some light on why Obama & Co. lost patience with the man in Cairo. Turns out this Arab Spring phenomenon has more twists and turns than the Secrets of the Sphinx. So the military has taken control in Egypt which as the press pundits point out sounds like a coup in which case the country forfeits the 1 billion-plus aid we use to prop up our Near East ally mostly for weaponry by the way. Which we ve already given them this year. Oops. Maybe we ll take it away next year and hand it over to Israel. They can use the dough to build more border settlements just in case the Palestinians want to explore the notion of statehood again. The cause of social media is advancing in the Far East. Japanese politicians are learning about Facebook and Twitter and transparency. Seems their media-savvy consultants are cautioning them not to overtax their constituents with a lot of heavy talk about the meat-and-potato issues ... just tell the voters what you had for lunch for example so they know you re a real person. At least that s what The New York Times has reported. In the U.S. we ve got some fun stuff happening in Wyoming where the cattle outnumber the people and where Liz Cheney daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney is itching to run for U.S. Senate as the Republican nominee and dad is stumping with her the Times notes. Only problem is her opponent would be the incumbent Republican Sen. Michael Enzi a longtime fly-fishing pal of Dick. Enzi isn t backing down. Put down those shotguns fellas. Then there s Frank Serpico the ex-New York cop who you ll recall blew the whistle on what he claimed was widespread police corruption in the late 60s retiring on a disability pension after being shot during a drug bust. Serpico now 77 and living in a rural upstate N.Y. town is upset again the Times reports this time with his neighbor in a property dispute. The neighbor aiming to sell his land to a developer has bulldozed the grounds and in the process according to Serpico has uprooted trees on his land which the ex-cop says he s maintained in its natural wild state. Maybe there ll be a new movie in the making. Ron Leir Don t forget to check www.theobserver.com for news that didn t make it into this week s paper Follow us on Facebook & twitter.com theobservernj WE VE GOT MAIL To the Editor While certainly respecting the writer Swami Mukundananda personally I wish to set forth the true God of the Bible far different than set forth in the article. Yes indeed there is certainly One Creator. However the God of the Bible has not at all set forth in His Bible that there would be a merging into Him at the time of what the writer calls the time of annihilation. Just the opposite The God of the Bible ( all Scripture is God-breathed ) has revealed that each of us is born a sinner sinners by nature falling short of His glory which is why we die. ( We ve all gone astray each of us has turned to his own way ... There is none righteous no not one. All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God... the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus. ) God sets forth in His Bible that we have all broken His law and that if we break one we have broken them all. Not good news. However there is good news for those who have and for those who will put their trust in the finished work of a glorious Person Jesus Christ God come in the flesh ( And the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us and the Another religious viewpoint Word was God ) Who paid our debt by His shed blood ( there is no forgiveness of sin without the shedding of blood ) His crucifixion ( It is finished ) and ( justification i.e. rendered innocent ) by His resurrection. There is a glorious eternity for those of us who have and those who will receive the Savior and the gift of salvation. (The promise is a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. ) We know that Michael Phelps broke world records with his Olympic swimming but he can t swim to Europe. In the same way we cannot in ourselves in the condition in which we are all born hope to satisfy the sin debt we owe to a perfectly holy God by anything we can do whether good we do religion etc. But the Bible is 100% clear it is appointed unto men to die once and then to face judgment. And what follows that judgment is anything but annihilation. With outstretched arms and unfathomable love He makes the one-time offer of the free gift of salvation that of receiving Him and putting trust in Him and His finished work when He did what none of us can do for ourselves. His invitation is for all from every background. Jesus said I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever comes to Me even though He dies He will live. Also the writer of the article mentioned wars - having a label of Christian in any period of time in no way means that a person(s) has repented of his her sin and received Jesus as Savior having a personal relationship with Him. It should be noted that untold numbers of people have walked among the very lands and events described in the Bible. Also over 300 prophecies have been accurately fulfilled by the first coming of the Lord Jesus Christ and now again the world scene for future events is accurately unfolding according to the continued prophecies in the Bible. Virginia Desmond North Arlington A kind gesture The Lyndhurst Girls Association is a small group of women who maintain The Libbie Lindsay Little House as a meeting place for Lyndhurst Girl Scouts and their leaders. Recently we had an unexpected emergency when the commode was not working properly and needed to be replaced. With scout meetings and several other events scheduled we needed to get this done as quickly as possible. I placed a call to Carl Carbone Plumbing who came first thing in the morning and replaced the toilet. I asked for the bill only to be told there would be no bill. Carl donated the fixture materials and labor to the Little House. On behalf of the ladies and the Girl Scouts of Lyndhurst I would like to thank Carl Carbone for his very kind and generous donation. He is a wonderful asset to the community and we wanted to publicly acknowledge him. Kathy Isoldi Lyndhurst Girls Association THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 07 BRIDGE from 01 The Lance Cpl. Osbrany Montes De Oca Memorial Bridge however is different. Just as it rises above the river it rises above politics. It memorializes a local man a local patriot a local hero a 20-yearold Marine from North Arlington who was killed February 2012 on a combat mission in Helmand Province Afghanistan. The thousands who cross the span every day should remind themselves at each crossing of the Marine s supreme sacrifice. Those who live in the surrounding towns -- Belleville North Arlington Kearny Lyndhurst Nutley -- should try to forget the bridge ever had another name. Children should be taught to use the new name. The Montes De Oca Bridge is a tribute to every American serving in uniform serving in the name of liberty. And to the families who love them. The crowd that gathered at noon July 4 in the scorching sunlight and blistering heat was there to honor the corporal and all his military compatriots. Patriotism is not necessarily comfortable. The ceremony included rousing music and the plaintive sounds of a lone bagpipe there were heartfelt prayers and there were brief speeches some by the local state and national elected officials who had helped gain government approval for the renaming. Among the speakers was North Arlington Mayor Peter Massa who had earlier stated Cpl. Osbrany Montes De Oca gave his life for this country on a battlefield halfway across the world. It is a fitting tribute to have the bridge renamed in his honor and to stand as Photos by Karen Zautyk Osmany Montes De Oca who is Osbrany s twin Maria Samaniego Osbrany s girlfriend and the Marine s mother Miriam Montes De Oca (l. to r.) at ceremony which featured Marine Corps Color Guard an everlasting monument to the sacrifice he made for the United States of America. A memorial wreath was cast into the waters. And the new bridge signs were unveiled. But at the heart of it all were the active-duty Marines serving in the color guard the VFW American Legion and West Hudson Marine Corps League who cooperated in organizing the event and the veterans from various branches of the military and various wars (there was a significant Vietnam veterans contingent) who were there to pay tribute to a fallen brother. Also at the heart of it were all the ordinary people who had come out to witness the dedication. And the extraordinary people the members of the corporal s family including his mother Miriam Montes De Oca a woman whose fragile beauty belies her incredible inner strength. Miriam Montes De Oca whose home is on the Belleville Pike has lost one son to combat. She also has two others serving in the Marine Corps Osbrany s twin Osmany and their older brother Sandro. A fourth son Franklin the youngest reportedly also harbors a desire to join the Corps. Last year following Osbrany s hometown funeral with full military honors and his burial at Holy Cross Cemetery the mourning mother was kind enough to sit down with Observer correspondent Jeff Bahr to share some memories of her son. Osbrany and Osmany were determined to become U.S. Marines she told Bahr. Since they were 11 they dreamed about being Marines. They said when they were 18 they wanted to sign up and were going to do it no matter what I said. Osbrany even told me that he would one day win the Purple Heart. She recalled Osbrany telling her Mom I know what I m getting myself into. If I m going to die I m going to die a Marine. Bahr wrote It was a haunting comment that she could never quite shake. He also described a velvet box on a table in the family s home a box containing Osbrany s Purple Heart. We spoke to Miriam before the ceremony began only briefly because it appeared she was going to be besieged by television reporters. The bridge renaming was something really important she told us. Every time I am over here she explained I will feel like my son is here too. We are certain he was there on the Fourth of July. As the ceremony was beginning there was a brief but telling moment that some in the crowd might have not even seen. The Marine Corps Color Guard having marched in with the American flag and the U.S. Marine flag set the banners onto pedestals on the bridge walkway at center span. Just then a gust of wind swept in and the Stars & Stripes began to topple. As some onlookers gasped one of the Vietnam veterans acted--sprinting forward with lightning speed and grasping Old Glory before it could touch the ground. We had a feeling that Lance Cpl. Osbrany Montes De Oca was looking down and saluting. Semper Fi. Project Management Certificate Program COMPLETE IN 14 WEEKS (11 WEEKS IN SUMMER) The Ramapo College Project Management Certificate provides all the educational requirements for taking the standardized tests administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) the global standard for Project Management credentials. 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The KPD has always and is continuing to offer a Vacant House Check while a resident is away the department notes. Residents can easily register for this service and talk to an officer about crime prevention tips by contacting the Community Police Unit at 201-9981313 ext. 2825. Meanwhile the KPD remains busily occupied. Recent reports from the police blotter included but were not limited to the following June 27 At 4 40 p.m. Vice Unit detectives reportedly observed a known drug offender engage in a hand-to-hand transaction with another individual in an out-of-town location. They subsequently followed the offender into Kearny to Schuyler and Bergen Aves. where they stopped his vehicle and advised him of their earlier observation. They also reportedly observed him attempt to hide something in the vehicle s door pocket. Police said this turned out to be six bags of suspected heroin. Placed under arrest was 23-year-old Kearny resident Janusz Chytla charged with possession of a CDS possession of paraphernalia and operating a motor vehicle while in possession of a CDS. At 3 30 that afternoon Gonzalez located the suspect Fabio Laguer 20 of Newark on Passaic Ave. There Gonzalez and Officer Brian Wisely took him into custody on the Newark fugitive warrant and after processing at HQ turned him over to the Newark PD. July 5 At 4 p.m. Officer Jason Ward took a report from a Madison Ave. resident that her home had been burglarized and that a laptop computer was missing. Det. Scott Traynor is conducting the investigation. 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Loans subject to credit approval. Maximum loan-to-value ratio of 90%. Maximum loan 500 000. Loans up to 1 500 000 available at higher rates. 2. The payment per 1000 does not include amounts for taxes and insurance premiums if applicable. Your actual payment obligation will be higher. July 7 Just prior to 1 a.m. police units responded to a report of June 30 a fight in the area of Stewart At 10 p.m. Officer Tom Ave. and Forest St. and upon Pontrella took a burglary arrival reportedly found a report from a resident in the shirtless and apparently heav200 block of Maple St. who ily intoxicated 17-year -old said a Samsung computer and male screaming and acting an iPad were missing from her aggressively in the middle of apartment. the street. Det. Scott Traynor was asWhen Officer Tom Sumowssigned to do the follow-up and ki alighted from his patrol car canvass the area and he devel- the teenager began shouting oped as a suspect 32-year-old obscenities at him demanded Kearny resident Vanessa Pato be arrested and began gan who was already wanted punching the car police said. on an outstanding warrant After being told he was from Newark police said. indeed under arrest and as Traynor arrested Pagan at Sumowski began to take him her home on the warrant and into custody the youth started while so doing reportedly swinging wildly until he was recovered the items stolen in eventually handcuffed and the Maple St. incident. placed in the rear of the patrol She was charged with burunit whereupon he began to glary and theft of moveable bang his head against the inteproperty and held for transrior of the car police said. portation to the county jail. Transported to HQ he was charged with disorderly July 2 conduct resisting arrest and At 8 a.m. Det. Mike underage consumption of alGonzalez was utilizing the N.J. cohol and an ambulance was State Police Corr-Stat system summoned to offer medical which provides information attention.The teen s mother regarding wanted persons was contacted and he was from the area when he recog- released to her custody with nized a fugitive he had seen his charges referred to the frequenting Kearny in the Juvenile Unit. recent past. Karen Zautyk theobservernj 8710-Clifton-NoPtMtg-COLOR-newimg-June6-5_7x9.indd 1 6 27 13 1 44 PM THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 09 Mark the dates NJMC offers Summer Senior events LYNDHURST Local history talks and an old fashioned Barn Dance are among the highlights of the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission s 2013 Summer Senior Program. The NJMC Summer Senior Program is a great service to residents of the Meadowlands District and beyond and we invite all seniors to participate in our free and low-cost programs said Marcia Karrow executive director. All events listed below take place at the Meadowlands Butterfly Day. The familyfriendly festival scheduled for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. attracted nearly 700 visitors last year. In addition to butterfly walks there will be brief introductory slide shows and tables with information on butterfly identification binoculars and gardening to attract butterflies -- plus contests and door prizes (rain date Sunday Aug. 4). Shining stars Let s Talk Astronomy learning sessions are held in the Science Center and industry and how to look for clues to date bottles. Various bottles salvaged from the New Jersey shore will be on display. On Tuesday July 30 at 2 p.m. join us for a slide-lecture program on Ellis Island The Golden Door. Tom Bernardin former National Park Service tour guide and author of The Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook will tell the story of the millions of immigrants who passed through Ellis Island and display photos of the immigration process and the recently restored facility. Barn dancing Grab a partner and head down to the NJMC s River Barge Park in Carlstadt on Thursday Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. for an old-fashioned Barn Dance. Caller Ron Kapnick will teach the steps as you socialize the way folks did a century ago. Photo courtesy NJMC Observatory Telescope Environment Center (MEC) in DeKorte Park Lyndhurst unless otherwise noted. For more information to request a copy of the 2013 Summer Senior Program or to register for a program call 201777-2431 or stop by the MEC. Butterflies & sea creatures On Tuesday July 23 at 2 p.m. MEC educators will take visitors on a Beachcombing Bonanza in the NJMC Science Center in DeKorte Park. Participants will learn facts about sea creatures and the difference between shells and bones. Live ocean animals and a collection of New Jersey seashells will be on display. Butterflies take center stage on Sunday July 28 for the NJMC s Fourth Annual feature topical discussions followed by stargazing. Each session costs 5. Classes are held from 7 to 9 p.m. on the following Tuesdays July 23 (Planets Orbiting Other Stars) Aug. 6 (Celestial Navigation How the Skies Steered the Ships) Aug. 20 (Constellations & Stars of Late Summer Their Lore and Meaning) Local history comes to life Glass bottles in all their shapes and colors are as practical as they are beautiful. On Thursday July 25 at 7 p.m. Chet Nesley master scuba instructor and avid underwater artifact collector will present a History of Glass Bottles. Nesley will discuss the bottle-making I VE NEVER UNDERSTOOD WHY MY HUMAN WON T LEAVE THE HOUSE WITHOUT HER LEASH. I THINK SHE S AFRAlD OF GETTING LOST. BUT IT S OK I KIND OF LIKE SHOWING HER AROUND. -- HARPER adopted 08-18-09 10 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 Cancer Center welcomes clinical psychologist The Cancer Center at Clara Maass Medical Center welcomes Dr. Lisa M. Orsini an experienced clinical psychologist to its team. She will work with cancer patients at the center to assist them through feelings of depression anxiety or isolation following a cancer diagnosis and offer them individual or family counseling sessions as they undergo treatment. The Cancer Center at CMMC is committed to meeting the physical and psychosocial needs of our patients by offering access to a full array of professionals in one convenient location said Jill Wargo director of the Cancer Center. After a cancer diagnosis Orsini said the need for support increases because patients may experience increased worry and are often concerned about how to talk to family members about issues such as diagnosis and treatment. For seriously ill patients therapy can offer a chance to re-evaluate the meaning of life by encouraging relationship bonds completion of lingering lifelong goals and most importantly therapy can help patients tie any loose ends regarding the legacy they would like to leave with others Orsini said. We are proud to offer this expert care to cancer patients at Clara Maass Medical Center said Mary Ellen Clyne president and CEO of CMMC. Patients are getting the best expert medical resources to keep them physically and mentally strong on their path to wellness. Orsini will be developing a distress management program for oncology patients in addition to working closely with the Palliative Care Team. Orsini holds degrees in clinical psychology and is licensed to practice in both New Jersey and New York. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 973-844-4150. Dr. Lisa M. Orsini Queen of Peace business whizes Sixteen students from North Arlington s Queen of Peace High School were inducted into the National Business Honor Society last month. Back row from l. James Jinete Kristen Grzymko Andrew Gonzalez Brianna Testa Melissa Gallo Andrea Gaviria and Babatunde Ojo. Front row from l. Gary Chen Dayna DeAnni Adrianna Giangregorio Andrew Mendez Daniella Rutigliano Business Department Chair Una McManus and Aylin Ovidio. Chen DeAnni Gallo Gaviria Gonzalez Grzymko and Scudieri earned certification as Microsoft Office Specialists. 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For the past few weeks the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission (PVSC) has been hard at work clearing major debris deposited by Superstorm Sandy from the shoreline that adjoins Port Liberte and New York Harbor. For residents of Port Liberte a townhouse and condominium community which commands a spectacular panoramic view of the New York Skyline the debris left behind by Sandy presented an esthetic as well as a safety problem. Among the debris removed from the shoreline are large timbers pieces of ravaged docks and piers and other floatables that not only were unsightly and dangerous to residents but hazardous to recreational and commercial traffic in the navigation channel. It s fitting that PVSC through our River Restoration Program has been able to remove this ugly debris and transform these beautiful vistas just in time for our nation s 237th birthday said PVSC Executive Director Michael DeFrancisci. The PVSC has embarked on an intensive strategic poststorm cleanup campaign to free the Passaic River and major tributaries of blockages help with flood control and maintain the quality of the waterways. Cleanups will continue throughout the summer. According to PVSC Commissioner Kenneth J. Lucianin PVSC is mindful of the pollution and quality of life issues associated with the storm debris as well as the navigational and safety hazards they pose. The removal of this debris is a significant undertaking. We re glad that PVSC was able to lend assistance to our neighboring towns and businesses. PVSC crew clears debris left by Sandy off Liberty Island and in New York Harbor. It s Nice to Eat at Slice Any Specialty Pizza Not valid with any other coupon. Must present coupon. UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP Medium only Medium Pizza Not valid with any other coupon. Must present coupon. The Statue of Liberty is a neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in the middle of New York Harbor in Manhattan New York City. The statue designed by Fr d ric Auguste Bartholdi and dedicated on October 28 1886 was a gift to the United States from the people of France. The statue an icon of freedom and of the United States is inscribed with the date of the American Declaration of Independence July 4 1776. The Statue of Liberty was closed for a year until October 28 2012 so that a secondary staircase and other safety features could be installed Liberty Island remained open. However one day after the reopening Liberty Island closed due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy and the island remains off limits to the public. Public access to the balcony surrounding the torch has been barred for safety reasons since 1916. The statue and Liberty Island reopened to the public on July 4. 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The Creccos said they decided to contribute cardiac exercise equipment to Clara Maass after receiving a letter from the CMMC Foundation about its newly renovated Cardiac Rehabilitation Suite. I was always responsive to Clara Maass s needs and requests said Mrs. Crecco. And when I got the letter I was happy to be able to continue to be supportive. During the visit the Creccos shared memories of Essex County and of Clara Maass. They shared their fondness for CMMC physicians many of whom they have been close friends with for years as well as what the Medical Center has meant to them in their personal and political lives. This was my district for six years Mrs. Crecco said. I had nothing but positive experiences in the township of Belleville and at Clara Maass Medical Center. I supported it then and I support it now. According to the Crecco family the John I. Crecco Foundation has been dedicated to improving health and enriching lives for over 40 years. Through its efforts the organization has contributed over 1 million to hospitals in the area including CMMC for cardiac initiatives. Renovations and improvements at Clara Maass Medical Center are contingent on community philanthropy said Jane Newman Kessler vice president of the CMMC Foundation. The fact that Mr. and Mrs. Crecco have such fond memories of the Medical Center and want to contribute to its wellbeing is truly meaningful. John Crecco served as an elected official for Bloomfield for 22 years including mayor from 1986 to 1989 and was re-elected councilman four times. Mrs. Crecco served over 15 years in the Assembly where she held the posts of Deputy Speaker Assistant Majority Leader and Assistant Majority Whip. The Clara Maass Medical Center It means a lot to us when (CMMC) Foundation thanks the anyone contributes to our medJohn I. Crecco Foundation for a ical center s improvements but donation to the Medical Center s when the donors are especardiac services. Holding enlarged cially well acquainted with our check from l. are CMMC Foundafacility and the surrounding tion Vice President Jane Newman Kessler CMMC President CEO Mary communities it feels very familial said Mary Ellen Clyne Ellen Clyne John I. Crecco standPresident and CEO CMMC. ard bearer of the Crecco Founda It is because of the generosity tion Crecco Foundation Chair Marion Crecco Crecco Foundation of people like the Creccos that we are able to be the high-perTreasurer Michael Napolitano and forming medical center that we CMMC Foundation Development are offering advanced technolDirector Marcia Fusilli. ogy and services. 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Oakeside will also sponsor a Bloomfield bus trip to Grounds for SculpThe Essex County Free SummerMusic Concert Series ture in Hamilton a 35-acre sculpture garden with over will present Louis Prima Jr. and The Witnesses on Friday 270 sculptures on Sunday Oct. 13. Participants can take a selfJuly 12 at 7 30 p.m. at Esguided tour or join a docentsex County Brookdale Park Watchung Ave. The Witnesses led tour at 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. Lunch is available at several are a tribute band to Louis Prima Jr. s father a songwriter venues on site or participants can pack a picnic lunch. After and trumpet player who led a the sculpture garden the bus New Orleans-style Jazz band will stop at a nearby Cracker in the 1920s. A birding hike presented by Barrel restaurant and gift shop and will leave at about New Jersey Audubon will be 6 30 p.m. The cost is 55 per held in Essex County Branch Brook Park Mill St. on Satur- person which includes the bus and admission to Grounds day July 20 at 8 30 a.m. See a variety of birdlife from forest for Sculpture but does not include meals. birds to ducks and herons. Reservations are required Meet at the Essex County for all events and must be paid Cherry Blossom Welcome Center on Branch Brook Drive within five days of booking to ensure a place. There are no between Heller Parkway and refunds on paid reservations. Mill St. NJA members pay Call the Oakeside office at 6 it s 8 for non-members. Space is limited. Contact Kelly 973-429-0960. Learn about the Cold War Wenzel at 973-226-6082 or Era Vietnam War and Civil kelly.wenzel njaudubon.org Rights Movements and the for more information and to Counterculture of the 1960 s register. through American music at Another birding hike is planned for Thursday July 25 the new American History Through Music 1946-1975 at 8 30 a.m. in Essex County Brookdale Park Bellevue Ave. course at the Bloomfield Public Library 90 Broad St. Tour the rose garden and The course which began July search for late summer birds 8 is held Mondays at 4 p.m. and perhaps hummingbirds. and will be taught by commuMeet in the parking lot at nity volunteer Miguel Ramos the top of the soccer football a certified teacher of social grandstands via the entrance studies and American History. Bellevue Ave. This is a free To register call 973-566hike. Space is limited. Contact 6200 or stop by the library. Kelly Wenzel at 973-226-6082 Defending Jacob a or kelly.wenzel njaudubon. suspense novel by William org for more information. Oakeside Bloomfield Cultur- Landay will be discussed at the next meeting of the al Center 240 Belleville Ave. Bloomfield Public Library s will run a bus trip to Caesar s book club on Monday Aug. 5 Casino in Atlantic City on from 6 45 to 7 45 p.m. Wednesday Aug. 28. leaving When the body of a 14-yearOakeside at 9 a.m. and returnold boy is found in the woods ing at 5 p.m. Participants will enjoy a bagel and juice on the outside of Newton Mass. The Belleville Irish American Association is sponsoring a trip to Wildwood Smithville Ocean City Atlantic City Cape May from Sept. 8 to 12. The 465 per person cost includes hotel transportation four breakfasts four lunches and four dinners. The trip is open to everyone. For itinerary or information call Pat at 973-751-5308. around town Belleville local Assistant District Attorney Andy Berber decides to prosecute the case as murder. He must step down however when his own teenaged son Jacob becomes a suspect. The book explores the issues of nature versus nurture and the limits of parental responsibility. For more information or for help in locating a copy of the book club selection call the Reference Desk ext 502. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend. Bow Craft Amusement and Miniature Golf (Aug. 7) and the Jersey Jackals vs. Newark Bears in baseball (Aug. 14). All trips are chaperoned by PBGC directors. The Kearny Recreation Department and New York Red Bulls are accepting registrations for a free three-day soccer clinic for Kearny children ages 7 to 14 at Harvey Main Soccer Field on July 16 17 and 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. Those interested may register at the Recreation Department 402 Kearny Ave. (Town Hall) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The camp is open to the first 90 children on a first come first served basis. No walk up registrations will be permitted at Harvey Field on clinic days. For more information call the Recreation Department at 201-955-7983 or Ralph Cattafi at rcattafi kearnynj.org. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 13 Ave. Lyndhurst NJ 07071. For more information visit www. leaguelineup.com lyhl or email lyndhockey ymail.com Lyndhurst Public Library 355 Valley Brook Ave. will host Planting the Stars on Saturday July 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. presented by food historian Judith Krall-Russo. Bio-dynamic farmers believe that the movements of all heavenly bodies moons planets and stars have an influence on the growth and development of all plants. So the time you choose to sow plant Harrison harvest or even weed will The Harrison Public School affect the plants progress and District will participate in quality. On a lighter side the the 2013 Summer Food Serstars can reveal what foods are vice Program through Aug. best for certain Zodiac signs 8 (Monday to Thursday only from spices meats vegetables from 11 15 a.m. to 1 15 p.m.). and even junk food Space The Summer Food Service is limited and registration is program sponsored by the necessary. Call the library at USDA s Food And Nutrition 201-804-2478 ext. 7 or email Services provides all children romeo bccls.org to register. up to age 18 with the same free Lyndhurst The library will host Outmeal. Lyndhurst Food Pantry on rage Hisss...Pet an animal the first floor of the Municipal show on Wednesday July 17 Kearny Annex 253 Stuyvesant Ave. from 4 to 4 30 p.m. Children The Smile and Implant is in need of donations. This in grades pre-k to 6 can learn Center 837 Kearny Ave. is pantry which currently serves some cool facts about animals. offering a One-Day Summer more than 140 Lyndhurst fami- Registration is required. Special on Zoom Advanced lies in need welcomes donaScience meets art in a (a One-Hour Professional tions of canned vegetables hands-on special event at Tooth Whitening System) on peanut butter jelly cereal the library on July 25 at 4 30 Wednesday July 17 for 199 applesauce condiments and p.m. for children ages 7 to 14. plus tax. Call 201-991-1055 and paper products. No expired Students will get an up-close ask for Cesar for an appointitems will be accepted. All do- look at fossils from around the ment or for more information. nations can be dropped off at world. Kids will play archaeVacation Bible School at the pantry. Anyone interested ologist as they create fossil Calvary United Methodin holding a food drive for rubbings dig through sand to ist Church 342 Elm St. will the pantry is invited to conuncover dinosaur bones and be held July 14-19 from 6 30 tact Sarah Anderson with the even create a fossil impression to 8 30 p.m. The program is Lyndhurst Health Department out of clay. Registration is free and for all ages and will at 201-804-2421. required. include songs crafts games Lyndhurst Youth Roller Master Falconer Jennifer snacks and prizes. Hockey League is now seeking Pena will host Flight of the The Presbyterian Boysboys and girls of all ages and Raptor a free bird of prey Girls Club 663 Kearny Ave. levels. Beginners are welcome. demonstration for seniors on will be open during July and The following divisions are Thursday July 11 at 2 p.m. at August on Tuesdays and available Mites (grades K-2) the Meadowlands EnvironThursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. Midgets (grades 3-5) and ment Center 2 DeKorte Park Most members and guests are Juniors (grades 6-8). A regisPlaza. For more information between ages 8 and 15. tration discount is available call 201-460-8300 or visit The summer program offers for those registering before www.njmeadowlands.gov ec. basketball dodgeball wifAug. 1. Registration fee is 45 Get an up-close view of fleball kick ball gymnastics for Lyndhurst residents ( 55 the Meadowlands District s bowling bumper pool air after Aug. 1) and 55 for nonspectacular scenic beauty hockey foozball arts and residents ( 65 after Aug. 1). and wildlife with a two-hour crafts ping pong and elecApplications are available at guided pontoon boat cruise of tronic games. www.leaguelineup.com lyhl. the Hackensack River and its Summer trips are scheduled Mail or drop off completed ap- surrounding marshes on July to Mountain Creek Water plications to Lyndhurst Youth 11 at 5 30 p.m. NJMC staff will Park (July 17) Seaside Heights Hockey League c o Lyndhurst discuss the region s human rides and water park (July 31) Parks Dept. 250 Cleveland see AROUND TOWN page 20 14 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 COP CARS from 01 fic cones and barricades for crowd control purposes in situations such as events held at the Red Bull Arena Kearns said. Best of all officials said is the payment arrangement. Harrison pays 37 000 -- the price of one car -- this year but gets all three SUVs now under a 3-year lease purchase agreement authorized by the town May 7. After it pays off the outstanding balance over the next two years the town owns the vehicles outright. Harrison ordered the cars under a cooperative pricing system engineered by the Cranford Police Department as the lead agency. More than 80 municipalities in Photos by Ron Leir Checking out the new police cars from l. are Town Councilmen Victor Villalta Jesus Huaranga and James Doran Mayor Ray McDonough Police Chief Derek Kearns Sgt. David Strumolo and Sgt. Rich Lourenco. the state are member participants in the competitive bidding system which has been approved by the state Department of Community Affairs Division of Local Government Services. Among the member com- munities in the surrounding area are Belleville Nutley Secaucus Weehawken and Jersey City. Two of the new Harrison vehicles are replacements for older models Kearns said. Ron Leir Washington School honors Jon Zimmerman principal of Washington School Kearny announces fourth marking period Principal s Honor and Honor Roll Grade 4 Principal s Honor Andrea Aguirre Diana Azevedo Chiara DaSilva Santos Erick Rosas and Iker Taboas Honors Nicholas Abad Carlos Ascensao Jennifer Diaz Nicole Gallegos Libni Gomez Megan Hsieh Jennisse Lopez Amaya Nalvarte Souza Aysha Perez Iran Reynoso-Casteneda Dounia Rizki Gabriela Rodriguez Alaisha Romero and Tenzin Topten. Grade 5 Principal s Honor Leandra Alexander Peter Feng Carina Henriques Ashley Mcausland Alma Nunez Tejeda and Betsybell Sanchez Honors Michael Bradow Gabriel DeAssis Nicole Garcia Evelyn GonMr. and Mrs. Peter Markey of Cedar Knolls announce the engagement of their daughter Stephanie Markey to Richard Sackerman son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sackerman of Kearny. 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Nocciolo were the recipients of the 20122013 Observer Female and Male Athletes of the Year respectively there were several other area graduated athletes who were true credits to their respective schools and deserved consideration for the prestigious honor. Among the girls there was no finer candidate for top honors than Haley Durning of Kearny. The multi-talented Durning was a standout goalkeeper in soccer earning All-Hudson County and All-Group IV honors and was a sensational competitor in track and field winning her share of gold medals on the local and state sectional level in both the indoor and outdoor season. More importantly Durning graduated from Kearny High School as the No. 2 student academically in the Class of 2013 a high achievement on its own. Durning was also one of the team s leaders earning the nickname of Mother Duck from coach Al Perez because the younger members of the team constantly followed Durning around. Durning certainly left her mark as one of the most diversified female athletes in the school s history. Another standout Kearny athlete was soccer standout Katie O Neill who is headed to the University of Binghamton in a few weeks to play soccer there. O Neill was clearly one of the best all-around players in the state and should be able to make her mark on the college level as well. Fellow Kearny senior Kristen Stankus had a brilliant senior year as the school s top female bowler and as a slugging catcher for the softball team. Speaking of softball how could you go wrong with the talented battery from Lyndhurst namely pitcher Casey Zdanek and catcher Julieann Schneidenbach The two friends led the Golden Bears to their best season in recent memory going all the way to the NJSIAA North 2 Group II sectional title game. Zdanek will take her talents to Drew University in the fall where she s bound to be a success. see VIEW next page NA s Nocciolo earns Observer Athlete of the Year second straight Viking Three-sport standout becomes fourth in six years to earn honor Photo by Jim Hague North Arlington graduate A.J. Nocciolo (center r.) receives the 2012-2013 Observer Male Athlete of the Year award from Observer general manager Robert Pezzolla (center l.). From l. are North Arlington High School Principal Louis Manuppelli head baseball coach Paul Marcantuono head football coach Anthony Marck Pezzolla Nocciolo A.J. s mother Cesarina Petracca Vice-Principal Dennis Kenny and athletic director Dave Hutchinson. By Jim Hague Observer Sports Writer ger than everyone but when I told them I was only 12 they let me play. I started to hit a lot of When A.J. Nocciolo moved home runs and although I refrom Bloomfield to North ally didn t fit in I made friends Arlington just before Nocciolo with everyone. was to begin sixth grade he felt Nocciolo s first sport was a little out of place. baseball. Luckily Nocciolo s family I always played baseball moved right across the street Nocciolo said. My father was from a school playground a good baseball player. He was so the best way to make new a good pitcher. friends in the new neighborNocciolo gained some attenhood would be through the one tion as a basketball player in thing he felt most comfortable middle school. doing _ playing sports. He was an outstanding I loved playing baseball basketball player North back then and I could see Arlington High School head the new kids weren t really football coach Anthony Marck welcoming me because they said. He scored 52 points in thought I was much older a grade school game. That s Nocciolo said. I was a lot big- when I first noticed him. You could see the pure athleticism in him. As it turned out football became Nocciolo s main sport but it took a while for Nocciolo to find his true position. When he first came to us he was a lineman because he was too big to play anywhere else Marck said. But I knew he was a skilled position player. So Marck first put Nocciolo at tight end. During one early practice a frustrated Marck unleashed a diatribe at his players. He turned around and yelled Can anyone here throw a football Nocciolo see aTHlETE page 17 16 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 (currently on SNY television as a Jets analyst and on Lyndhurst s Lexus Lopez was the Rutgers radio network) Rayven led the Blue Tide to probably the most diverse a highly successful season athlete in the area. A topand will take her talents to flight bowler who earned a Montclair State to play basketfull scholarship to FDU to ball in the fall. bowl in the fall Lopez also North Arlington had two played basketball during the top female athletes in Katie same season as the bowling Rouski who competed in volseason. That was some grind leyball basketball and softball for the talented Golden Bear. and Mackenzie Cutruzzula Queen of Peace pole vault who was a fine athlete in track expert Michelle Rozalski cerand field. tainly made her mark during Among the boys athletes the indoor and outdoor track seasons. Headed to Seton Hall Charlie Bingham of Nutley in the fall Rozalski was among had perhaps the most diverse the very best in the pole vault season competing in socin the state. cer basketball and tennis. Harrison s Rayven Lucas Bingham was one of the best earned her mark as a basketsoccer players on a Maroon ball standout. The daughter Raider that won 13 matches of Harrison s native son Ray last fall and competed for both VIEW from 15 Louis J. Morrone MD PA Eye Physician & Surgeon Cataract Glaucoma Macular Degeneration Rx Contact Lens Fitting Eyeglass Exams Second Opinion & Consultations Available Staff fluent in Portuguese & Spanish Participating in most Insurance Plans 43 Ridge Road North Arlington NJ 201-998-6900 Smile New Obtain a... WE OFFER Dave Fierro keyed Nutley s best hockey season scoring 28 goals and adding 11 assists for a team that won 17 games. Fierro was also a fine golfer for the Maroon Raiders. Kearny s Dylan Hoch overcame the adversity of playing for a sub-par team to reach the 1 000-point plateau and set a new school single-game scoring mark with his 49-point performance against McNair Academic. Ryan Michaels of Kearny had a solid year as a wrestler and as the sure-handed catcher on the Kardinals varsity baseball team. Jeff Frytek of North Arlington was a key member of the basketball and baseball teams along with Athlete of the Year Nocciolo. Bobby Keegan of Queen of Peace whose older sister Courtney was a former Female Athlete of the Year recipient Photo by Jim Hague during her days at QP overKearny s Haley Durning had a sensational senior year in soccer and track and came injuries to have solid field heading the list of other candidates worthy of The Observer s Athletes of seasons on the gridiron and on the Year awards. the hardwood. Belleville s Aaquil Ingram county and Super Essex Conschool record for wrestling made the most of his senior ference honors. victories with 141 in his storied year on the gridiron by securBobby Trombetta a fellow career a mark that was third ing a scholarship to play at Maroon Raider broke the all-time in Essex County. He American International Colwrestled most of his senior lege in Springfield Massachuyear with an injured shoulder. setts in the fall. During his career TrombetAll in all it was a great local ta won four county titles three high school sports season district crowns two Region culminated by the individual gold medals and three medperformances of The Obals at the state tourney. He is server s two Athletes of the headed to wrestle at BloomsYear. burg University. Dear Dr. E Why do I have to have my wisdom teeth out if they do not bother me A majority of the time even if the wisdom teeth are not causing discomfort the x-rays show a different story. Many times by reading the xray your dentist can predict if the wisdom teeth are going to be a future problem. Many wisdom teeth are impacted which means that they are within your gums and or your jawbone. Exposed or partially impacted wisdom teeth are at greater risk for decay due to their difficult to-reach while brushing area. These partially exposed wisdom teeth allow an opening for bacteria to enter which can lead to infection. 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He let me go in and I dropped Nocciolo also played basketback and let it go. ball averaging 10 points and 13 The ball traveled 60 yards in rebounds per game. the air. After not playing baseball Later that year North since his freshman year NocArlington was scrimmaging ciolo returned to the baseagainst Kearny in a 7-on-7 drill. ball diamond last spring and I hit Jimmy Roman with a played third base batting .450 pass in the corner of the end for the season. zone Nocciolo said. I knew For his efforts Nocciolo has with Jimmy s speed he could been selected as the 2012-2013 beat his defender so I put the Observer Male Athlete of the ball in the back of the end zone Year. Nocciolo received his and he caught it. award recently from Observer I just wanted to see what General Manager Robert Pezhe could do and he threw a zolla. deep pass some 35 yards to Nocciolo becomes the secthe back of the end zone on ond straight North Arlington a corner route Marck said. athlete to receive the award. He said that he looked off the Tyler Krychkowski was the other receivers and threw it 2011-2012 recipient. Mike Gross there. I told the coaches right (2007-2008) and Peter Santos then that he was no longer a (2009-2010) were also North tight end. Arlington athletes to earn the Nocciolo spent his last three Athlete of the Year honor years at North Arlington as the which means that North ArVikings starting quarterback. lington has claimed the award Even though he stood 6-footfor four of the last six years. 3 and weighed 240 pounds Marck had nothing but which constitutes a lineman in praise for his passing prot g . most NJSIAA Group I schools He worked at his craft 12 Nocciolo was a signal caller a months a year Marck said. rare one at that. I don t know if there was a He was definitely a onceday where A.J. didn t throw a in-a-lifetime athlete Marck football. But he was an athlete said. As a former quarterfirst and did whatever it took back myself I wondered if I to help the team he was on. I would ever coach a player like think we re fortunate in North that. But he was everything I Arlington to get kids who are wanted and more. truly dedicated and in order In his senior year Nocciolo for our teams to succeed we threw for 2 045 yards and 21 have to have kids play more touchdowns. He also rushed than one sport. It s a credit to ATHLETE from 15 A.J. for being able to play three and do well in three. He just loves to compete and is the ultimate competitor. It was a pleasure to see what the kid could do every single day. David Walsh who recently resigned as the head boys basketball coach at North Arlington also had praise for Nocciolo. He knew what it took to be a better athlete and knew that it took a lot of work Walsh said. He might not have been the best basketball player but he was going to give 100% every single day. 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Organizers like tournament Little League tournament for director Dave Rehbein try to youngsters aged seven-andmake the tourney as much fun eight years old giving these as possible for the participants aspiring diamond dandies and fans alike. their first true taste of com This is their true introducpetitive baseball. tion to baseball so we want From June 26 through the to encourage the kids to keep end of July 17 teams from all over northern New Jersey con- playing Rehbein said. We want to make it fun. verge on Lyndhurst s premier Aside from the baseball acLittle League facility off the tion there are countless raffles banks of the Passaic River for throughout the tournament. some thrilling baseball acThere are baseball gloves to tion. It s perhaps the biggest tournament of its kind found be won but even more impressively there are raffles for anywhere. By Jim Hague Observer Sports Writer 22 bicycles. We take the money we raise from our 50-50s and buy the bikes Rehbein said. We have other things that are donated. For my standpoint I love watching the young kids because it s all new to them. You see the smiles on their faces and all of the work we do is well worth it. In the past there have been as many as 22 teams that participate in the double-elimination tournament. This year the number has been trimmed to 17. We could have had more Rehbein said. I get calls from all over wanting to bring teams in but we don t want to make it too big. It s the 11th time that Rehbein watching these kids play Rehbein said. There has even been a celebrity watch at the games in Lyndhurst. One of the teams in contention is Englewood Cliffs which has a player Dylan Gooden. Yes Dylan is the son of former Mets and Yankees pitching ace Dwight Doc Gooden and the former Cy Young Award winner has been at his son s games graciously greeting the fans who recognize him. 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Dr. Maria Domingues THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 19 kids. It s stressed that it s for the kid. Imagine that they re able to raffle off bikes for the kids. There s something to win every single game. I love the tournament and will never leave as long as it s played. It s good competition for the kids and it s fun for them. As they move on they will always remember playing in the tournament. As they move up to Little League next year they already have a little taste of what they re going to see. Watson said that Kearny has participated in the tourney for the last six years. Anthony Farinhas is the coach of the Kearny entry in the tourney. I ve enjoyed coaching this team tremendously Farinhas said. You want the kids to learn something about the game and this is such a tremendous experience for them. They get to compete against other teams from other towns and see the other competition at such an early age. Farinhas said that he wanted to compile a team that featured kids who want to play the game. You want to have kids who have the passion to play and that makes me enjoy it more Farinhas said. They are soaking it all up like a sponge. If they have the passion at an early age it only helps as they progress. Farinhas said that his team represents the future of Kearny baseball. His son Anthony Jr. has been one of the team s top pitchers having struck out 50 batters so far. Anthony Schi- menti is another promising pitcher and Adam Juchnik who also plays shortstop has the potential to be a great one someday. A pair of twins occupies catcher and first base for Kearny. Jonathan Muller is the first baseman while Matthew is the catcher. Matthew is an outstanding catcher with a great demeanor behind the plate Farinhas said. He s always very calm back there. I love his demeanor. Tranton Witt the younger brother of Kearny standout T.J. is the second baseman. He s a very aggressive player Farinhas said. Juchnik spends most of his time at shortstop. He s a very good player and he s very vocal Farinhas said. He probably has the most experience of anyone on the team. Billy McChesney is the third baseman. He hits the ball a ton said Farinhas of McChesney who also serves as the backup catcher. Michael Ciardiello plays left field but Ciardiello also sees time at third base. Eli Jablonski is the centerfielder and Chris Carson is in right field. Kyle Antosh Jonathan Hernandez and Nate Matthews are key reserves. These are the best eightyear-olds in Kearny and I guarantee that they will have a bright future in baseball said Farinhas who has received assistance from Bobby Carson Jim Muller Chris Juchnik and Watson. Other towns in the tourney include Garfield Paramus Hoboken Teaneck WoodRidge Oradell Rutherford Little Ferry North Bergen and Maywood. Needless to say it s been a labor of love for the people in Lyndhurst like league president Bob Laverty and committee members Mark Naseef Terry Chiappa John Berko and Nick Romito. A tip of the cap goes to recently retired Superintendent of Parks and Recreation Rick Pizzuti who helped make the tournament successful. Pizzuti spent 42 years with the Parks and Recreation department in Lyndhurst. There are countless others behind the scenes who make The Tournament as it is now readily known a success. And will continue to do so in the years to come. North Arlington Girls So tball League annual coaches game The 15th annual North Arlington Girls Softball Coaches vs. Coaches game was held on June 22. This year pitted Team Tetto against Team Bunnell. A double header was decided before the beginning of the first game. It was a hard-fought game on each side with Team Bunnell winning the first game by a score of 10-8. Jimmy Bunnell Bobby Herrmann Mike King Alan Ford and Ron Greenemier produced big hits for Team Bunnell with great pitching by Tom Giordano. Maria Tetto Jimmy Herrmann Mike Tetto Mike Krawczyk and John Cristiano gave run-producing hits for Team Tetto. Team Bunnell also won the second game by a score of 7-6. Mike Mittenzwei Dan Scritchfield Bunnell Giordano Bobby Herrmann and Greenemier delivered big hits for Team Bunnell. Dominic Anzaldo Dan Pronti Krawczyk Joe Cappalutti and Michelle Weiss produced timely hits for Team Tetto. Scott Lewis had the chance to win the game for Team Tetto but struck out with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth. 20 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 AROUND TOWN from register visit www.njmeadowlands.gov environment tours. html or call the NJMC. and environmental history Join author Tim Austin and and point out birds and other relive the days of Bill Miller s wildlife along the way. Admission is 15 per person Riviera America s Showplace in Fort Lee. This free profor ages 10 and up. The boat gram for seniors will be held departs from River Barge at the Meadowlands EnvironPark 260 Outwater Lane ment Center on Thursday Carlstadt. Pre-registration July 18 at 7 p.m. Perched on is required. For a complete the edge of the Palisades The schedule directions and to register visit www.njmeadow- Riviera attracted the most lands.gov environment tours. sought-after performers of the day and closed in the 1950s html or call 201-460-4640. to make way for the Palisades Take a three-hour guided Interstate Parkway. For more tour exploring the Hackeninformation call 201-460-8300 sack River and its marshes or visit www.njmeadowlands. during a canoe trip with the gov ec. NJMC on July 13 at 8 30 a.m. Tickets are available for an Paddlers will learn the basics Elvis tribute hosted by the of salt marsh ecology and Lyndhurst Elks on Saturday enjoy the scenery while rowSept. 21 at 7 p.m. at the Poling past wetlands and down ish National Home 730 New creeks. Admission is 15 per person for ages 10 and up. The Jersey Ave. Lyndhurst. Donation is 20 and includes a light tour departs from Mill Creek dinner and show. Advanced Point Park Secaucus. Pretickets are 20 and 25 at the registration is required. For door. more information or to For tickets or more informa- 13 tion call Julie at 201-424-2659 or Chris at 201-438-2750. Bring a canned good for the Lyndhurst Food Pantry. for the program at the Public Affairs office 8 30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Approved residents will receive four 5 coupons which can be redeemed for fresh fruit and Nutley vegetables only at any farmApplications for the 2013 ers market in the state from Senior Farms Market NutriJuly through November. For tion program vouchers are more information call 973now available at Nutley Department of Public Affairs 149 284-4976. Nutley Public Library 93 Chestnut St. Nutley residents ages 60 and older and income Booth Dr. invites patrons to play Bridge at the library eligible must pre-register every Tuesday at 1 p.m. No to receive vouchers for the 2013 season. Vouchers will be registration is required. Conversation ESL classes distributed on Friday July 12 are offered at the library 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Essex every Wednesday this month County Branch Brook Park at 10 a.m. No registration is Cherry Blossom Welcome Center where the county will required. Wednesday Afternoon host a Farmer s Market kickoff event. Transportation to the Knitters meet weekly at the event will be provided on library at 1 p.m. Both beginan as-need basis. Applicants ning and experienced knitters need valid ID as well as proof are welcome. Bring your own of income. (Income eligibility supplies. annual income of 21 257 or Drop in to play video games less or 1 772 monthly or less at the library on Fridays July 12 19 and 26 at 2 p.m. and for a single applicant). ResiWednesdays July 10 17 and dents can also pre-register The first game of the season Nocciolo took an 0-for-4 collar. He went right back into the batting cage after that game Marcantuono said. I must have been in there for an hour or so hitting balls Nocciolo said. I promised him that I wouldn t go 0-for-4 for the rest of the season and I didn t. If I didn t get a hit I worked hard to get it the next at-bat. I think he had 10 multi-hit games Marcantuono said. For someone who didn t play baseball for two years that s phenomenal. Nocciolo did receive a lot of attention from major colleges but because of his grades he will head to ASA College in Brooklyn a junior college that has sent several players to major Division I colleges including Gilbert Pena who went to the University of Mississippi and recently signed with the Green Bay Packers. 31 at 2 p.m.. No registration is required. Babygarten is set for Tuesday July 16 and 30 at 10 a.m. at the library for Nutley residents only. The library will host Preschool Story Time for Nutley residents only on Wednesdays July 10 17 and 31. No registration is required. Patrons are invited to play Dungeons and Dragons at the library on Thursday July 11 18 and 25 at 7 p.m. The library will offer a 2-year-old story time for Nutley residents only on Friday July 12 and 19 at 10 a.m. No registration is required. Play the Harry Potter board game at the library on Tuesday July 16 at 2 p.m. No registration is required. Paint a dinosaur at the library on Thursday July 18 at 1 30 p.m. Registration is required. For more information on library programs call 973667-0405. I want to compete at the Division I level and prove that it doesn t matter where you come from Nocciolo said. I just want everyone to know that I m always a Viking and I ll always bleed blue. I was able to give my all every day and that s important to me. It s safe to say that Nocciolo is more than welcome in his neighborhood now as one of the finest all-around athletes the school ever produced. ATHLETE from 17 say that I had some of the best athletes in North Arlington over the last 20 or so years. Walsh did coach all four Observer Athlete of the Year recipients. North Arlington head baseball coach Paul Marcantuono was happy to have Nocciolo back on the diamond last season. He was always mentally ready to compete and he brought that attitude to the baseball team Marcantuono said. He s a tough kid a great kid a superior athlete. He told me that he really missed playing baseball and wanted to come back. Nocciolo knew that there were no guarantees for playing time in baseball especially after sitting out two seasons. He told me that I had to earn it Nocciolo said. Kearny to host first-ever boys volleyball camp Kearny High School will host the first-ever volleyball camp for boys ages 10 through 18 at the Kearny High gymnasium July 15 through 19 from 2-5 p.m. The camp is open to residents and non-residents alike. We want to see if we can get more interest in boys volleyball in the area said Kearny High boys volleyball coach Bill Mullins who is the leyball in the summer so this coordinator of the camp. We is a good opportunity. want to expose the kids to For more information convolleyball. It s hard to play vol- tact Mullins at 201-428-0394. Kittens We have They are beautiful playful and waiting for their forever home Kittens are here waiting for you to take home and become your lifelong best friend. 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Midland Peneda will have to analyze Ave. and King St. and at the once he s settled into his stormwater pump stations new position. at Harrison Ave. Sellers St. Could there be a townGarfield Ave. and John Hay wide reassessment or Ave. fixing the electrical revaluation in the town s panel at the Harrison Ave. near future That would station and repairing the be hard to predict Peneda electrical service at John said. The last reval we had Hay Ave. station to permit in Kearny was in 1985. That both pumps to operate at would be something that the same time. the county Tax Board would Photo by Ron Leir For Phase 3 at a cost of have to order us to do. With his wife Maria holding the Bible John Peneda (c.) is sworn in as new assessor by Mayor Alberto Santos at June 25 1 250 000 Neglia advised Appointed as interim ascouncil session. installing safeguards to sessor in February followprotect motors electrimonths he said he s met phases of funding assign- able generators for pump ing the retirement of Gerry cal service and controls at with three different FEMA ing highest priority to the stations firehouses pubPontrelli Peneda was althe Harrison Garfield and ready working for Kearny as representatives and at each first phase. For an estimated lic works and Town Hall Hay pump stations and in 990 000 Neglia proposed repairing only partly operthe executive director of the session the FEMA agent has looked at the town s replacing the Quincy Place able tidal gates and reinforc- particular at Garfield and its Urban Enterprise Zone Hay which he said affects ing section of the concrete program when he jumped at damaged pump stations and Gunnell Oval and Pennsylover 100 homes in those reviewed his repair estivania Ave. sewage pumping headwall. the chance to take on new areas. He also recommended mates and the town had stations installing pump The three sewage pump municipal responsibilities. replacing the tide gates at high grades from FEMA for alarms and sensor devices stations out of service preSo he registered to take Franks Creek and repairing its presentation. We took a capable of detecting loss of sent an immediate public the state-mandated tax asthe headwall. power purchase of porthealth threat to the town sessor exam which he said significant step in the prois administered only twice a cess but we didn t get the money yet Neglia told the year. I studied for it evemayor and council. nings and on weekends and Neglia explained this I did all this around planfavorable response only ning for my daughter s wedmanages to get Kearny into ding he said. In late March Peneda took the first round of funding meaning that the town will the six-hour test and later learned he was one of only likely be deemed eligible for nine of 40 who passed from partial reimbursement for actual costs to replace or around the state. repair equipment damaged His appointment which by Sandy not for upgrades was approved by the mayor that his firm has recomand Town Council June 25 mended. took effect July 1 the beAnd Neglia warned if the ginning of the state s fiscal town decided to go forward year. His salary has yet to be with any improvements now determined. Peneda cur without waiting for a final rently earns about 70 000 deliberation by FEMA it as UEZ director. would lose its eligibility As Peneda struggles to for any monetary awards evaluate the impact of the FEMA made down the road. storm on homeowner s So far Neglia said FEMA property values and as has approved the prospect property owners look to of funding Kearny a total of their insurance companies 691 843 to facilitate repairs and the Federal Emergency to get [damaged pumping Management Agency to restation] back on line but coup their losses the town Email all copy photos or videos to is also pushing FEMA for as not to elevate pumps out of much reimbursement for the the flood zone for example. That amount however damage it has documented. is only a fraction of the Michael Neglia of Neg 3 960 000 that Neglia For more info lia Engineering the town s give us a call Lyndhurst-based consulting requested in his November 2012 application to FEMA engineering firm said that it s been slow going dealing for post-Sandy reimbursement. 39 Seeley Ave. Kearny NJ with the federal agency. Neglia proposed three Over the past several PENEDA from 01 out&about Want your story featured in SEND US YOUR STUFF Entertainment theobserver.com (201) 991-1600 22 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 Real Estate CEMETARY from 02 DIRECTORY To advertise in this directory CALL 201-991-1600 761 Ridge Rd. Lyndhurst NJ 201-460-8000 Semiao & Associates 213 Kearny Ave Kearny NJ 201-991-1300 The Bixler Group LLC Real Estate & Insurance Since 1891 758 Kearny Ave. Kearny 201.991.0032 BixlerEST1891.com The Bixler Group Rosa Agency Realtors 551-553 Kearny Ave. Kearny 201-997-7860 www.RosaAgency.com Exit Golden Realty 148 Midland Ave. Kearny 201-997-4425 Champion Realty LLC. 50 Midland ave 2nd fl Kearny B. 201-710-3767 Paulo Pinto C 201-283-2188 www.ChampionRealtyNJ.com Dutch Reformed but Pentacostal (La Senda Antigua) and which suffered severe damage in Hurricane Sandy. I also want to know more about the Battle of Second River described in the Historical Society s program as the only batPhoto by Karen Zautyk tle fought in Essex County Pint-sized patriot Samuel Lacroix 2 of Belleville with his dad Mark during the American Revolution. Back in 1777 what is now the intersection of Rutgers and Main Sts. was John King John Bayley part of the village of SecWilliam King Henry Brown ond River. And on Sept. 12 Issac Kingsland Isaac Brown of that year a British force John Kingsland John Brown opened fire on it with two John Luker Henry Cadmus cannon in the hills of what Joseph Miller Isaac Cadmus would become North William Nixon John H. Cadmus Arlington. Ensign John Peer John P. Cadmus The Second Essex Jacob Pier Peter Cadmus Regiment of the Jacob Riker Lt. Col. Thomas Cadmus Daniel Rutan James Campbell Continental Army set up a Capt. Anthony Rutgers Minard Cumen line of defense right along Gerard Rutgers Capt. Amos Dodd the riverbank in front of Robert Rutgers Thomas Doremus the church a 1725 building Capt. Thomas Seigler Anthony Francisco that had replaced the 1697 Capt. Abraham Speer John Francisco original. (It was rebuilt Capt. Cornelius Speer Jacob Freeland again in 1807 and 1853.) Francis Speer John Garland Alas the British sent in Capt. Henry Speer Garrabrant Garrants a larger force the next day. Lt. Herman Speer John Gilliland While there is a sign on James Speer John Harrison Main St. noting that it was John Speer James Hornblower John Spier Josiah Hornblower the Continental Army s reLt. John Spier Jr. James Jacobus treat route I do not know Christian Stimets John Jacobus if anything marks the Daniel Teurs Henry Jacobus actual site of the riverbank Capt. Steven Van Cortlandt Richard Jacobus standoff. The fact that the Thomas Van Riper Helmich Joralemon riverbank is no longer fulSimeon Van Winkle Capt. Henry Joralemon ly visible from the church Michael Vreeland Lt. Capt. James Joralemon -- the view blocked since Capt. Ezekial Wade Capt. John Kidney the 1950s by Rt. 21 -- is sad Samuel Ward Abram King but that s progress. John Winne Aurey King If there is no historic marker there should be. 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The developer would provide on-site parking for 333 spaces of which 263 would be contained in a five-level garage to be built in a lot south of Bergen St. and west of Fifth St. with the remaining 70 spaces to be contained as part of one of the three buildings. New public sidewalks and curbs supplementary street lighting street trees and planters are also part of the overall design. No retail space is planned. Total cost of the building and site improvements and material costs for masonry metal studs and fiber cement paneling is projected at 50 million. Vo-Toys President Arthur Hirschberg (VIP Realty Associates) has filed no objections to the project according to documents on file with the town Construction Office. Thomas A. Berkenkamp founder and president of Berkenkamp Realty Group has a master s degree in architecture from Harvard University supplemented by studies in general business and real estate finance at Harvard Business School and Law School and MIT s Sloan School of Management. He is an adjunct professor at NYU s Schack School of Real Estate. According to the Mortgage Bankers Association of New York website BRG is actively involved in the development of multi-family residential properties and the acquisition and restructuring of distressed debt. He has been continually involved in real estate since 1981 [dealing with] apartments condominiums office retail parking garages mixed-use and hotels. 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THINK YOU CAN T REFINANCE BECAUSE VALUES ARE DOWN THINK AGAIN STARTING MARCH 2012 HARP 2.0 a new program presented by the Federal Government allows homeowners to refinance regardless of the equity they currently have in their house (even if you are upside down ) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have adopted changes to Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) and you may be eligible to take advantage of these changes. If your mortgage is either owned or guaranteed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac you may be eligible to refinance your mortgage under the enhanced and expanded provisions of HARP. You can determine if your mortgage is owned by either Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac by checking the following websites For Fannie Mae www.fanniemae.com loanlookup For Freddie Mac www.freddiemac.com mymortgage ROB PEZZOLLA NMLS 266181 NORTH ARLINGTON NJ 07031 MORE FOR LESS - This Kearny home T contains 4 bedrooms and 2 baths Natural wood NTRAC E R C O ASKING 199 000. U Nand a driveway trim D NORTH ARLINGTON - This rare 3 family beauty contains three two bedroom units. Roof siding and electric are just a few of the recent updates. Will not last. ASKING 339 000. ROB KEYPOINTMORTGAGE.COM 201-998-9050 Fax 201.820.0505 24 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 WINDOWS from 05 The pastor estimated that around 800 000 has been invested in those improvements. Girone said the parish has been in the processing of repaying an emergency loan from the Archdiocese to finance much of those repairs. Proceeds from the sale of the Carmelites property gifted to the parish were used along with a portion of the rental of the school building to help pay back the Archdiocese he said. Meanwhile the windows and gutters project is expected to be completed in a few weeks according to Antonio Silva. Sometime after that Girone said yet another fundraising drive will be undertaken for the replacement of the sanctuary pews and flooring which he said are believed to date from the late 1880s when the church was built. To that end the church will be sponsoring A Night Un- der The Stars a gala dinner dance on Sept. 21 beginning with a cocktails at 6 30 p.m. followed by a catered dinner at 7 30 p.m. and concluding with a tricky tray at 9 15 p.m. The celebration starts outside Church Square by the St. Anthony s entrance. Tickets are 35 for adults 20 for children ages 7 to 12 and free for kids under age 6. Attendance is limited to 200. Parking is available at Jersey St. and Frank E. Rodgers Blvd. For tickets contact Susana Vilela c o 16 Church Square Harrison N.J. 07029 or e-mail HCSecretary Comcast.com or call the church at 973-4845678. Reservation deadline is Sept. 15. Parker photo exhibit at Nutley Public Library Visit the Nutley Public Library 93 Booth Dr. this month to view the photography exhibit of local artist Robert Parker. His display features large vivid photographs from around the world that he selected for this show. Selecting the Art of Seeing as his theme Parker explains From the broad scene before his eyes the photographer must focus on that small portion that offers artistic balance--a portion in which light balance color and simplicity come together to create an artistic whole. The photographer also looks for an underlying emotion in his image. Parker who has practiced his craft for more than four decades has won many national awards. He has exhibited his photographs throughout the metropolitan area with his wife Margot at both the Venezuelan Consulate and the Donnell Library in Manhattan as well as at Brookdale Community College in Freehold. His work has also appeared at The Donald B. Palmer Museum Springfield Sussex County Community College the Arts Guild of Rahway and Sussex Community College Newton. Solo exhibitions have been at the Atrium Gallery Morristown Forrestal Center Princeton Bloomfield College and Fairleigh-Dickinson University both Rutherford and Teaneck as well as at the Nutley Belleville Madison and Chester public libraries. This is Parker s fourth show at the Nutley Public Library. For more information about this exhibit stop by the library or contact Parker at 973-6673788 or rapcom aol.com. Bullfighter by Robert Parker MOVED We are now located at has 39 Seeley Ave. Kearny NJ Deadline for obituaries Monday by 10 AM Giuseppe Bozzone Giuseppe Bozzone entered into eternal rest on July 3. He was 77. Born in Santomenna Italy he has lived in Kearny for the past 45 years. Giuseppe was a hard working family man who provided a wonderful life for his wife children and grandchildren. He loved his summers at Greenwood Lake. Arrangements were by the Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny. A funeral Mass was held in St. Cecilia s Church followed by entombment at Holy Cross Cemetery. To leave an online condolence please visit www.armitagewiggins. com. Giuseppe is a retired mechanic from NJ Transit and was a member of The S.S. Cosmo and Damiano Society. He is survived by his wife Maria (nee Brattoli) his children and their spouses Emil and Diane Bozzone Anthony and Minerva Bozzone Maria and Oscar Costa and Giulio and Jackie Bozzone. Also surviving are his grandchildren Stephanie Kimberly Brian Giuseppe Anthony Marisa Oscar Maria Danielle Joseph Joseph Giulio and Chyanne and his great-granddaughter Leah. and Kyle. In lieu of flowers kindly consider a donation to Fr. John s Animal Shelter at www. fatherjohnsanimalshelter.org. obituaries Dr. Massey was a professor at Seton Hall University where he directed the doctoral program in family psychology and the master s and post master s marriage and therapy program. He graduated from St. Anthony Seminary High School in Santa Barbara and San Luis Rey College. He received his master s from North Eastern Illinois State College and his Ph.D. from the graduate center of the City University in New York. Dr. Massey is survived by his wife Dr. Sharon Davis Massey his children and their spouses Sarah Massey Zacharias and Brian and Jonathan Robert Massey and Liz. Also surviving are his grandchildren Tyler and Savannah. In lieu of flowers kindly consider a memorial contribution to St. Anthony s San Francisco or Heifer International two charities Robert supported. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 25 To submit an obituary obituaries theobserver.com daughters Deborah Rose and Barbara Bozza. She was predeceased by her son-in-law Keith Rose and her beloved granddaughter Heather. In lieu of flowers kindly consider a donation to The Popcorn Zoo in Forked River. Kenneth Brian Stanley Kenneth Brian Stanley 52 of East Newark entered into eternal rest on Thursday July 4 surrounded by his loving family in St. Michael s Medical Center Newark. Born in Newark Ken lived most of his life in East Newark. He was an accounts payable manager for The Children s Place Secaucus for the last six years. Prior to that he worked as a dispatcher for the East Newark Police Department. He is survived by his loving son Steven his devoted mother Susan (Smith) Stanley beloved brothers Frank and David Stanley and his wife Al- fax 201-991-8941 Ann McCartin Ann McCartin (nee Bartolazzi) died on July 4 at the Waterview Nursing Center in Cedar Grove. She was 88. Born in Newark she lived many years in Kearny before moving to Lyndhurst 13 years ago. Arrangements were by the Armitage and Wiggins FuMary Cassidy neral Home. 596 Belgrove Dr. Mary Cassidy (nee Galiano) Kearny. The funeral service died on July 6 in St. Michael s Dr. Robert F. Massey was held in the funeral home Medical Center. She was 77. Dr. Robert F. Massey died followed by a private cremaBorn in Harrison she lived on June 27 in the Hackensack tion. most of her life in Kearny. University Medical Center. He Ann is a retired cafeteria Visiting will be on Tuesday was 70. worker from North Arlington July 9 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 Funeral arrangements are High School. to 9 p.m. at the Armitage and under the supervision of the Ann is the mother of Tricia Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Czech Anita N. (Glenn) Belgrove Dr. Kearny. Mass Home in Kearny. Costa Richard Triano and the is Tuesday at 9 30 am in St. Born in Los Angeles and late Barbara Muller. Sister of Stephens Church. Burial will raised in Santa Barbara Calif. Adeline Manley she is also follow at Holy Cross Cemhe met and married his wife survived by seven grand and etery. To leave online conin Chicago Ill. before they six great-grandchildren. dolence please visit www. moved to New York. They To leave an online condoarmitagewiggins.com. lived the past 33 years in lence please visit www.armitMary was a retired custom- Kearny. agewiggins.com. er service representative for Private viewing was held at Verizon and prior to that she Welch Ryce-Haider Funeral Gloria P. Ness was a secretary at RCA. Chapels 15 East Sola St. in She is survived by her Santa Barbara. A funeral Mass daughters Patricia LaPola (and was held on July 5 at Old Misson in law Richard) Joanne sion Santa Barbara with burial Cassidy and Karen Mackenzie to follow at Calvary Cemetery. her sister Elena Burke and her To leave an online condolence grandchildren Genevieve Cas- please visit www.armitagewigsidy Richard Michael Connor gins.com. Gloria P. Ness (nee Prior) Maryanne Galway Maryanne Galway (nee Steffens) passed away on July 3 at Sunset Beach in North Carolina. She was 55. Born in Hoboken she lived in Kearny and Point Pleasant before moving to North Carolina in 1995. Arrangements are by the Armitage & Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny. A funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday July 9 at 10 30 a.m. in St. Stephen s Church Kearny. Private cremation will follow. To leave an online condolence please visit www.armitagewiggins.com Maryanne was active with St. Matthew s Church and was an attendance clerk for The Fort Mills Board of Education. She is the cherished daughter of Robert and Marie (nee McGowan) Steffens beloved wife of Edward Galway and loving mother to Laura Norrell (Johannes) and Kristen Galway. Sister of Robert and Paul Steffens and Leslie Florio she also leaves her cherished grandson Alexander and many nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers kindly consider a donation to Room The Inn www.rati.org. passed away at her home on July 6 surrounded by her loving family. She was 88. Born in Newark she lived many years in Kearny before moving to Surf City (Long Beach Island) 20 years ago. Visiting will be on Tuesday July 9 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny. Service will be held on Wednesday July 10 at 11 a.m. in the funeral home. To leave an online condolence please visit www. armitagewiggins.com. She was an account buyer for Bambergers. Gloria a proud Republican a very active citizen and frequently voiced her opinions at public forums to advance the quality of life and function of government for all. She was The Jersey Journal 1983 Woman of Achievement. She was a Girl Scout Leader for many years and helped to co-found The West Hudson South Bergen Sheltered Workshop. Wife of John Jack T. Ness she is also survived by her see OBITS page 29 MARIO TEIXEIRA JR. 2542 DIRECTOR-MANAGER Shaw-Buyus Home for Services 138 DAVIS AVE. KEARNY NJ 07032 Tel (201) 991-2265 WILFRED ARMITAGE & WIGGINS FUNERAL HOME You will feel as if friends of family have taken over when you entrust funeral arrangements to the Wilfred Armitage Funeral Home. The family-owned firm has been in business for 75 years serving generations in West Hudson and South Bergen. Its beautiful facilities in a setting reminiscent of a colonial mansion reflect the graciousness and tact of its understanding personnel. Mark G. Wiggins Manager N.J. Lic. 3916 John W. Armitage Director N.J. Lic 2642 Wilfred Armitage & Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny NJ 07032 (201) 991-0657 26 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 The Observer is not responsible for typographical errors. Credit for errors will not be granted after the next week s publication. No changes or refunds. 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Street parking in front of house for one car. (732)423-8730 BUSINESS FOR SALE Daycare for sale. Located in the center of Lyndhurst. License by 0-13 years. Profitable around 10 000. Price includes licenses good will training furniture equipment & lease. Reduced Price 169 900. Negotiable. Call Jenny Andrade from Sky Realty 201-725-8355. KEARNY KEARNY 2 BR 2nd floor LR DR kitchen and bath 2 half rooms sunporch. 1250 month utilities separate Available now (201)726-2397 KEARNY 3 Bedroom Apt 1300. 1 month security Available Immediately. Call (201)622-8315 KEARNY Arlington Section. 1 bedroom 800 security Heat & Hot water included. (908)696-1866 KEARNY Brand new Two Family House. 1st or 2nd floor available. 3 bedrooms LR kitchen central AC HT. Basement storage. Washer dryer hook-up. Off-street parking. Yard. 1850 month utilities. Available Immed. Close to NYC transportation. Good credit required. Call between the hrs. of 6AM-3PM M-F (201)998-8226 for appt. KEARNY Large 1 bedroom apt. New w w carpeting. 1000 HT HW supplied. Roosevelt School District. Close to NYC transportation. Laundry on premises. No pets. 1-1 2 months security. Available August 1st. (732)735-9055 KEARNY Large 4 Rooms Utilities separate. Washer Dryer Hook Up. (908)789-2505 (908)233-0698 CONSECUTIVELY BLOOMFIELD BLOOMFIELD 39 Edison St. 2nd floor 2 beds Bath LR kitchen. parking. Available July. 1100 security Jenny (201)725-8355 SPECIAL MUST RUN THREE & FOUR WEEKS APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT E.NEWARK E.NEWARK 5 smaller Rooms (Railroad Style) recently renovated. No pets. 800 month utilities 1 month security call mike (201)939-1831 E.NEWARK 1 bedroom apt. LR Kitchen 2nd floor. Heat Included. 750 month. Available August 1st. Call Carlos at (201)274-6698. POLICY NO REFUNDS or CHANGES with CLASSIFIED ADS Please note there will be a There are APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT PROCESSING FEE if changes need to be made for running specials 10.00 There will be a 10.00 processing fee when Cancelling an ad before it is published for the first time. 10 processing fee if changes need to be made for running specials BELLEVILLE BELLEVILLE Updated 2nd floor Apartment. 2 Bedrooms Kitchen LR DR Plus Extra Room with Many Posibilities. (973)986-7848 If No Answer Leave Message Available now. HARRISON 2nd floor. 2 bedrooms LR DR sunroom. Available Aug. 1st. 1-1 2 months security. Pay own utilities. 1 300 month. NO PETS. (201)955-5325 for appointment HARRISON 3rd floor. Efficiency plus kitchen. Available immediately. 1-1 2 months security. Pay own utilities. 800 month. NO PETS. (201)955-5325 for appointment HARRISON HARRISON 2 bedrooms LR DR EIK 1050 month. 1-1 2 months security. No Pets. Separate utilities. (973)380-9007 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 The Observer is not responsible for typographical errors. Credit for errors will not be granted after the next week s publication. No changes or refunds. Deadline for classifieds is Monday by 4 00 PM. www.theobserver.com CLASSIFIEDS APARTMENTS FOR RENT N.ARLINGTON Mod. 1 BR W D hook-up. No pets. Parking. 1-1 2 mo. sec. 895 utilities. (973)779-8851 N.ARLINGTON Three large modern rooms 2nd floor. 700 sq.ft. Hardwood floors. Tile kitchen Laundry facilities. HT HW supplied. Close to NY trans. No dogs. Available Aug 1st. (908)240-9302 N.ARLINGTON 3 Rooms. One bedroom. 1st floor. 975. HT HW Included. 1-1 2 Months Security. Available August 1st. (201)998-1663 27 To place an ad call 201-991-1600 classified theobserver.com Real Estate Agents Call for a confidential interview or if interested in taking a local real estate course to obtain your license CALL Mid-Realty Inc. (201)991-5719 Seamstress Tailor Wanted with Experience PT FT Red bank Area. 732-741-1999 Michael Costurera necesitada Con Experencia Tiempo Medio Completo. Area Red Bank. 732-741-1999 Michael. APARTMENTS FOR RENT HARRISON 4 rooms 1st floor. No pets. Smoke free. 980 Utilities. 1 1 2 months security. References required. (973)482-9786 APARTMENTS FOR RENT N.ARLINGTON 1 bedroom garden apts. HT HW & parking included. No pets. 1-1 2 months security. (201)342-2206 N.ARLINGTON 2 bedrooms hardwood floors garage. 1 month security 1 year lease. 1400 utilities separate. Available August 1st. (201)998-1663 N.ARLINGTON 2 Bedrooms L R EIK Bathroom HT HW included No smoking No pets Near School Transportation. Available Now 1300 (201)246-8883 N.ARLINGTON 2 family house 2nd floor 2 bedrooms LR DR kitchen. Laundry. Space for storage. Washer dryer hook-up 1300. Separate utilities. Available now. (201)668-4743 N.ARLINGTON 3 small rooms Off-street parking. No Smoking. No pets. 700 1 month security utilities. Available August 1st. (201)991-5252 N.ARLINGTON 5 renovated rooms w computer room. Central air. No pets. 1295 month plus utilities. 1-1 2 months security. Available August 1st. (201)997-3348 APARTMENTS FOR RENT N.NEWARK Near Belleville line overlooking a view of Branch Brook Park 2nd floor 4 rooms LR kitchen. 1150 month utilities . 1-1 2 months security. Available Immediately. No laundry or pets. For more info call Jennie (973)485-6417 Weekdays from 9am-9pm. FURNISHED ROOM KEARNY See for yourself clean quiet room Cross ventilation 2nd floor private sink and refrigerator. Clean sheets given weekly. Gentleman preferred. Positively no smoking in or out of room. Four weeks security required. 115 weekly. Call (973)228-4281 LYNDHURST LYNDHURST 1 bedroom(large) LV. ceramic tile EIk 1050 all utilities included no pets please Available Immediately call 201-939-3732 LYNDHURST 2nd floor. 2 Bedrooms LR DR Bath & Kitchen. Utilities Not Included. (201)640-2592 LYNDHURST Two bedrooms LR Bath Kitchen Ceramic and HW floor. Parking AC washer & dryer room. 201-372-0122. HOUSE CLEANING MOLLY MAID A BETTER PLACE TO WORK Looking for full time (M-F 8-5) professional house cleaner. English Spanish bi-lingual helpful. Drivers license required. Only honest hard working and dependable individual need apply. EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT AFFORDABLE & SIMPLE LANDSCAPING Spring clean-ups mowing Hedge trim mulch flower planting & more. Reasonable Rates. Sr discounts available Dave 201-286-7224 LANDSCAPING ROOM FOR RENT Harrison 2nd floor Room for rent share apt. with Room mate Kitchen livingroom bathroom. 1 month security. (973)481-9090 (973)985-3893 HARRISON Room For Rent for 1 person. Private Entrance Cable included. 415 month 1 month security. No smoking. No Drinking. (973)489-6668 KEARNY Room for rent. Furnished. Cable and utilities included. Available now. Female preferred. Hablo espa ol (201)463-8703 (201)401-1853 KEARNY Room for rent. No cooking. No smoking. Hablamos espa ol. (201)424-7465 KEARNY Room for rent. Private bathroom for single working person. All utilities cable & internet included. 525 month. 1 month security. No Kitchen No pets No smoking. Please call 201-250-9860. EMPLOYMENT Assistants Bilingual 12- 18 hr Bnfts. FT PT. Company will Train. Call Sara 973-748-5306 X319 Charles Phelan 201-246-1900 Local company has immediate openings For people to work in our local distributorship. Set-up Display Dealer Reps and Management Training. No experience necessary company will train all accepted. Applicants must be 18 years or older neat appearance positive attitude and have a car. Call 201-955-1558 to schedule am appointment for personal interview. CALL FOR APPOINTMENT Construction Design Maint. Clean Ups Shrub Trimming Grass Cutting Lic.13VH04443200 ANDRIELLO LANDSCAPE (201)939-7308 ROOFING All Roofing & Siding. Also Repairs. Work guaranteed. Lic. 13VH02536200 Free Estimates 20% Senior Citizen Discounts (201)893-0656 G & R Builders NUTLEY NUTLEYLarge 1 Bedroom apartment 2nd Floor private house 1250 Utilities No pets. Call Steve 201-341-7825. LANDSCAPING LLC Spring Clean-ups Lawn maintenance Top Soil Mulch Free Estimates (201)438-3991 MARIO ESPOSITO N. ARLINGTON N. ARLINGTON spacious 2 bedroom apt. Central air Wood Floors Renovated bathroom 1400 Utilities 1 1 2 month Security. 973-368-3885. NEWARK NEWARK 2-3 Bedroom Apartment. 1st & 3rd floor. Formal LR DR & EIK pantry. 1st floor 900. 3rd floor 800 1 Month Security. Close To Transportation. No Pets. Access to backyard. (973)517-6544 CDL Drivers A B Call Today Start Tomorrow Great Pay & Benefits. (201)991-1586 Driving Instructor Full Time & Part time & Driving Agent Part Time. Must have NJ license for 4 years clean driving record and pass background check. Reliable. Call Lisa 201-246-8000 SERVICES OFFERED DJ Jimmy C Will do Parties Sweet 16s Birthdays etc. Reasonable rates (201)772-7123 or email jimmyciaston gmail. com N. Arlington 2nd Floor 3 bedrooms Hard Wood Floors No pets. 1500.month 1 1 2 month security Utilities. Washer Dryer hook up in basement. Available August 1st. Leave message. 551-655-6592 NORTH NEWARK N.NEWARK 3 room apt. HT HW refrigerator stove. Parking for one car. 800 month. No pets. Ask for Al (973)284-0904 N.NEWARK Large 1 2 & 3 bedroom apts Section 8 accepted. Available Immediately. Call (973)202-8580 Super (973)925-3812 ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVE WANTED The Observer has an opening for an aggressive energetic self-starter to sell newspaper advertising. Duties include Servicing existing accounts calling inactive accounts and generating new business while creating working relationships. Family owned and operated 126 years. Team oriented environment. We will train the right candidate. High Commission Must have transportation. EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted To Install Seamless Gutters Must Have Valid NJ Drivers License (201)954-4287 Looking for a career in Real Estate Do you want to change real estate offices Contact Scott Bixler Broker Owner of the Bixler Group LLC for confidential interview 201-991-0032 Doors Decks Kitchen Baths. Complete Home Renovation. Quality workmanship. All work guaranteed. Free Estimate. Fully Insured Nick (201)997-7657 Roofing Siding Specialist. Windows N&J REMODELERS TUTORING Reading Tutor Special Education Teacher available for tutoring. Trained in the Wilson Fundations Reading Program. 973-769-2920 or TinaLeidl gmail.com New Re-roofing Slate Repairs Gutters Cleaned Flat Roofing Also Do Painting Free Estimates Fully Insured HANDYMAN HANDYMAN Help Wanted Looking for Cashier & Deli help. 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All types of Carpentry.Reasonable rates quality work reliable experienced. 13VH06620900 DO IT ALL MASONRY MASONRY SIDEWALKS PATIOS DRIVEWAYS RETAINING WALLS STEPS ALL CONCRETE WORK SERVICES OFFERED SERVICES OFFERED (201)991-3223 J & A Supply All your garbage bag needs for your home office. Free Delivery. 25 for 100 Contractor bags. Call for appt. (201)312-7972 Fax resume to 201-991-8941 or E-mail jobs theobserver.com PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS BRICK PAVER DESIGNS SANTOS CONSTRUCTION CO. FREE ESTIMATES. Family Owned For Over 30 Years Fully Insured and Licensed Call Our Office 973-589-2712 EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT LET US SHOW YOU OUR WORK Cut Your Mortgage In Half Maintain Your Current LifeStyle (201)805-4999 Free Call Some ads may be misleading We ask all readers to use their good judgment when responding to these type of ads in which they ask you for a fee. 28 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 The Observer is not responsible for typographical errors. Credit for errors will not be granted after the next week s publication. No changes or refunds. Deadline for classifieds is Monday by 4 00 PM. www.theobserver.com CLASSIFIEDS Angel Martinez Construccion LLC Chimney Specialist Relining Chimney Caps Leaks Water Proofing Dampers Cleanings Flashings All types of Masonry Chimneys Rebuild Repairs Stucco Roofing Siding & Steps New and Repairs Gutters Service Fully Ins. and License (201)952-0076 To place an ad call 201-991-1600 classified theobserver.com RUBBISH REMOVAL A1 Affordable Rubbish Removal Attics Basements Yard Cleaning. We Haul or you Can Rent 10-15 Cubic Yard Containers. We Accept Visa Mastercard (201)998-1262 ANDRIELLO CLEANOUTS 35 years experience Serving Kearny N.Arlington Lyndhurst Rutherford All Types Of Work Foundation Brick Work Basements Big or Small Jobs VIDREIRO MASONRY MASONRY CONSTRUCTION PAINTING & DECORATING ANDREAS PAINTING Professional House Painter 165 Interior & Exterior Printing-Plastering-Taping Free Estimates (201)997-0706 Speak slow on answer machine please Moving sale 647 Devon St. Kearny 7 13-7 14. 9-3pm Rain Shine. Everything must go Antiques Appliances Childrens Electronics Furniture Religious. MOVING SALE (201)893-1273 CHRIS PAINTING Interior & Exterior Spray Aluminum siding Sheetrock Water damages Lead safe. Fully Insured (201)896-0292 GARAGE & YARD SALE Estate Yard Sale Saturday July 13th and Sunday July 14th. 10am-4pm. 346 Elm St. Kearny Garage Sale 30 Melrose Ave. North Arlington. Toys Clothing Household Items. Saturday 7 13 & Sunday 7 14. 9am-4pm. Also Saturday 7 20 and Sunday 7 21 Garage Sale All Furniture and all belongings for sale. Good price. 183 Hickory St. Kearny N.J. 07032. Saturday 1pm-6pm. Sunday 10am-6p. HUGE Yard Sale 289 Forest St. Kearny Saturday July 13 and Sunday July 14. 8 30am-6pm. Raindate July 20 and 21 8 30am-6pm Yard sale 314 William St. Harrison clothes shoes pants toys bags & more. Saturday Sunday 9am-3pm. Yard Sale N. Arlington. Sunday July 7 14 & 21. Antigue Tools Collectibles Bedroom set. Call for details 201-955-1999. Yard Sale Saturday July 13th. 9am-5pm. 44 York Road N.Arlington. Tools household items furniture electronics and much more Raindate 7 20 Yards Garages Basements Attics Real Estate Rubbish Removal Demolition Lic.13VH04443200 HOME IMPROVEMENT GUTTERS D. FITZGERALD Seamless Gutters Installed. Gutters Cleaned We-R- Also Dennies Painting & Roofing Slate Roofs repaired. 1(800)479-3262 (201)874-1577 Annies Cleaning Service Homes offices. Move in-out cleaning. Gift Certificates Avail. 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AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE J & F TOWING CA H 4 JUNK AUTOMOBILES WANTED 25 years experience All types of electrical wiring 24 hour emergency service. Free estimate 10% off with ad Lic. 11909 El. Insp. 7566 EMERALD ELECTRIC (201)955-2678 ELECTRICAL SERVICES PAVING PAVING Commercial & Residential Driveways Parking Lots Belgian Blocks Sidewalks Steps Pavers Retaining Walls All asphalt work www.jagpaving.com LORENA (201)991-4165 Cell (201)401-4525 Kearny Fax (201)997-5783 Lic By NJ Member of BBB Fully Insured Free Estimates JAG PAVING CORP. 2006 Ford taurus Excellent condition fully loaded 51 000 miles AWD 6cyl 10 000. 201-991-7761. 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier good condition. Low milage. Sold as is. 2800 or best offer. (201)214-8901 (201)294-6720 To place a classified ad please call201.991.1600 CLEANING SERVICES FM Property Home Repairs & Improvements J & M Decorators & Sons Family Owned Since 1972 Specializing in Interior & Exterior Painting. Sheetrock plaster wallpaper removal and water damage repairs. Fully Insured. Free Estimate. No sub contractors or hiding costs. Lease or Lease w options to Buy (preferred) Mature professional couple no children is looking for larger (2-3 bedrooms) single family house for 1-2 years lease. Occupancy not later than November 1 2013 or sooner. Two small dogs (min. beagle & terrier) trained and friendly. Preferred area(s) Kearny No. Arlington Lyndhurst Rutherford E. Rutherford Credit report and references available upon request. Pls. Call Marlene 201-355-7174 or Michael 862-266-2845. HOUSE WANTED Norcia to nudge NJMC to sell meadows parcels North Arlington Mayor Peter Massa has appointed Councilman Peter Norcia to serve as special liaison between the borough and the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission on issues concerning redevelopment. Massa said the borough is seeking a closer working relationship with the NJMC to spur redevelopment in the Meadowlands portion of the community. The mayor said he wants to work with the NJMC to bring closure to the sale of the former Bergen County Utilities Authority trash baler on Disposal Road and of the Bethlehem Steel property. Both sites were remitted to ownership by the NJMC after the EnCap developer went bankrupt. I applaud the efforts that the NJMC has made cleaning up after the EnCap disaster and remediating contaminated sites in the Meadowlands now it s time to move forward to redevelop the area in a positive beneficial way said Massa. In a letter to Marsha Karrow the executive director of the NJMC Massa said he understands that finding buyers for the baler and the former industrial steel making site is not easy in this economy. However the borough would like the opportunity to work with the NJMC to market and sell these sites to qualified buyers and review transportation improvements that will facilitate redevelopment in the Meadowlands. Norcia said he is eager to take on the role of redevelopment liaison between the borough and the NJMC. There are developable properties controlled by the NJMC and adjacent to commission properties that can bring tax ratables to the borough and jobs for our residents and I want to do anything I can to make sure redevelopment potential becomes development reality said Norcia. EnCap is in the rear view mirror it s time to embrace a better future for the borough added Norcia. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 10 2013 29 OBITS from 25 lison. Dear Uncle of Christopher Henry Jenna Ashley and David Stanley he was predeceased by his aunt Anna Smith (2002) whom he lived with and cared for. He is also survived by several aunts and uncles. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Funeral services were under the direction of the Mulligan Funeral Home 331 Cleveland Ave Harrison. A funeral Mass was held at Holy Cross Church in Harrison. His Interment took place at Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington. For Information or to send condolences to the family please visit mulliganfuneralhome.org. Academic honors The following area residents achieved academic honors at various schools Casey Kuo of Bloomfield made the Dean s List at Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester N.Y. Christian Molina of Belleville was named to the honor roll at The Loomis Chaffee School Windsor Conn. Lauree Akhtar of Bloomfield was named to the Dean s List at the Savannah College of Art and Design Savannah Ga. Jessie Christian and Kevin Tucker of Bloomfield were named to the Dean s List at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy N.Y. Alexandra Colon of Kearny earned honors at the Westminster School Simsbury Conn. Yingjiao Shen of Kearny made the Dean s List at Binghamton University Binghamton N.Y. Alexa Canales of Kearny was named to the Dean s List at Boston College. Chestnut Hill Mass. Miguel Fundora and Romilda Monteiro of Kearny were named to the Dean s List at Dover Business College Clifton. The following Kearny students were named to the President s List at Berkeley College Jessica Almeida Susan Lourenco Diana Talavera and Raymond Williams Dean s List Patricia Alfaro Adriana Chiriboga Lizeth Coronado Jessica Goden Stephany Guzman Holly Losana Heather McCarthy Amanda Sfirri and Ruby Zumaran. Devin Mulligan and Mary-Grace Testa of Kearny attained first honors at Mount Saint Dominic Academy Caldwell. Brandon White of Nutley made the President s List and Tracy Leardo of Belleville made the Dean s List at Coastal Carolina University Conway S.C. Sheba Samuel of Bloomfield was named to the Dean s List at Messiah College Grantham Pa. THEME THE FORTIES ACROSS 1. American Mennonite 6. Woolen cap of Scottish origin 9. Mountain lake formed by glaciers 13. Buckwheat dish 14. Back then 15. It sometimes follows nausea 16. Irritate or bother 17. 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