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The Pencader Heritage Museum has been digitizing old Newark City Council meeting minutes and shares excerpts with Newark Post readers in a regular column. The museum, at 2029 Sunset Lake Road, is open the first and third Saturdays of each month from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and every Wednesday noon…

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JIM NORMANDIN

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This November will mark the third-annual Newark Reforestation Day. What form Reforestation Day will take in 2020, or if it’s to be held this year at all remains to be seen. Regardless, this anniversary is notable because Newark is a rare community that celebrates an annual day to help increa…

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The Pencader Heritage Museum has been digitizing old Newark City Council meeting minutes and shares excerpts with Newark Post readers in a regular column. The museum, at 2029 Sunset Lake Road, is open the first and third Saturdays of each month from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and every Wednesday noon…

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“Like all the preceding disasters on the earth, let all be optimistic enough that, human beings will definitely win over the pandemic in due course of time, but they should know the limits to which they can thrust nature, before it is too late” (Chakroborty and Maity).

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It was not part of the plan. A stroke at 48, was not supposed to happen. I was active and health conscience, not the old feeble person that you typically think about as someone vulnerable to having a stroke.

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How many of us can relate to this bit of sage advice given to the City of Newark’s Conservation Advisory Commission (CAC) by a young Newarker at last September’s Community Day? Too often have I entered the grocery store only to realize that my reusable shopping bags were still in the back of…

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April is the month to begin working in the garden. It’s also the month we observe Earth Day and Arbor Day. Planning a garden for wildlife habitat is an ideal way to celebrate all three. It’s also an excellent opportunity to explore and consider the ecological benefits of our beautiful native…

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August-October 1950: Motion approved to hire someone to type up ordinance book. Town solicitor would look into updating the peddlers’ ordinance. Mr. Nardo complained of noise coming from the jailhouse behind the police station. James Bell was allowed a credit for excess water usage, as New L…

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“Mary Poppins”: Friday, Saturday, March 6 and March 7 at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m., at Newark Charter High School, 200 McIntire Drive. Newark Charter School will perform the popular musical. Tickets are $15 for adults and $13 for kids and are available at NewarkCharterSchool.org.

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