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West Orange Mayor Announces Office Hours, Useful Info

Mayor Parisi will hold January office hours

West Orange is busy in winter. The township has released a list of dates and important information.

*Important Information Regarding Township News & Events can also be found on the Town Calendar: www.westorange.org.

*Mayor Parisi's Open Office Hours: Jan. 10th & 24th

2 FREE RABIES VACCINATION CLINICS FOR DOGS AND CATS
SAT., JAN. 5th, 10AM - 12PM
DPW 25 LAKESIDE AVE.
*2013 ANIMAL LICENSES WILL BE SOLD


WEDS., JAN. 9th, 3PM - 4PM
FIRE HOUSE #4 WOODLAND AVE/PLEASANT VALLEY WAY
*2013 ANIMAL LICENSES WILL BE SOLD

Sun., Jan. 6th @ 2PM
WO Classic Film Festival showing ‘Chinatown’
AMC Theatre in Essex Green Shopping Center on Prospect Ave.
*Movie Schedule on Facebook (west orange classic film festival)

Jan. 7th through Feb. 1st
Christmas Tree Curbside Pickup
Trees should not be covered or wrapped

Weds., Jan. 9th @ 7PM
WOHS ‘Poetry Out Loud Competition’

Info: Tynia Thomassie, 973-698-7123
*Open to the public

Upcoming Library Programs (www.wopl.org)
Mon., Jan. 7th
Book Discussion, 1:30pm. Drop in and join the discussion of My
Ántonia by Willa Cather.
Eager Readers, 4:30 pm. Storytime for children grades K-3.
Registration required.
Twilight Storytime, 6:30 pm. For children of all ages. Advance
registration required.

Tues., Jan. 8th
Terrific Toddlers, 10:30 am. Storytime for children ages
2-3 1⁄2. Advance registration required.
Preschool Page Turners, 11:30 am. Storytime for children ages
3 1⁄2 -5. Advance registration required.
Computer Basics, 2:30-4 pm. Free. Advance registration is
required; space is limited.
Speaking of Stories Book Discussion Group, 4:30pm. Grades
4-5. Advance registration is required.

Children’s Storytimes
Thursdays at 4pm

Weds., Jan. 23rd @ 8AM
WO Chamber of Commerce Annual Breakfast
*Mayor Robert D. Parisi’s ‘State of the Town” Address
The Manor Restaurant
Info: www.westorangechamber.com

WO African Heritage Organization 'American Black History Month Series' Info: www.woaho.org

FEMA Hurricane Sandy Disaster Assistance Extended to January 30th 
www.disasterassistance.gov or 800¬-621¬-3362.

How to Stay Connected!
• FACEBOOK (west orange nj)
• TWITTER @westorangeinfo
• TV 36/45
• OUTLOOK arrives at every residence in WO on a quarterly basis

*Planning on opening a business in 2013? See why WO, the town 'Where Invention Lives,' is the place to do it!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNzcvFsV55A

M January 05, 2013 at 10:00 PM
Please pick up the tree branches from Sandy and the Christmas trees on the "curbs" especially where they are on the sidewalk blocking childrens path to the school bus!!!!!!!!!!!!!
john anthony prignano January 06, 2013 at 01:15 AM
M 20 months, 6 attempts, and a town tree still not trimmed . We were told we're "on the list " Add that line to " We're from the Government, we're here to help " , and "The check is in the mail " I think I know what "list" they put us on .No street cleaning after the DECEMBER leaf pick - up. Need mulch ? We got it ! .Was the town allowed to delay leaf pick - up because of Sandy? The State neglected to order the debris clogged sewers not to clog. 6 street cleanings a year, and the uncleaned streets are riddled with potholes ,large gouges and cracks, etc. Let's get those $200,000 lights up at the football field, let's give Dr. Cavanna a $150,000 parting gift, let's build a $50,000 snack bar, let's pour tons of soil on " The Rock ".and so on ad infinitum. Over the last 15 years. the Municipal debt has increased by 837.5 %, i.e. its' been doubling every 5 years. And still there sits the tree branches from Sandy and Christmas trees .

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