August 5, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • Page 9 Area Centenarians to be honored On Wednesday, Aug. 26, the Holland Christian Home of North Haledon will honor six residents who are 100 years of age or over. Honorees include Ana Sagui, 109, formerly of Totowa; Henrietta Lont, 105, formerly of Hawthorne; Mary Planten, 103, formerly of Prospect Park and North Haledon; Wilhelmine Dietz, 102, formerly of Tenafly and Glen Rock; Dorothy Sweetman, 100, formerly of Paterson; Abram Van Dyke, 100, formerly of the Midland Park/ Ridgewood area; and Elizabeth Van Dyk, 100, formerly of Cape Coral, Florida. The event will take place at noon in the main dining room. New Jersey State Senator John Girgenti is expected to attend. The Holland Christian Home is a certified continuing care retirement community for seniors, offering comprehensive, stateof-the-art services in a Christian environment for over 114 years. Council ordinances Wostbrock Home is multi-generational enterprise This year, Wostbrock Home will be celebrating 85 years in business. This multi-generational enterprise is one of the oldest Ridgewood businesses to be continually owned and run by the same family. The Wostbrocks established the business in 1925, and opened the showroom at 225 Goffle Road, Ridgewood in 1964. This full-service store offers flooring, window treatments, wallpaper, fabrics, rugs and carpets, artwork and mirrors, furniture, and accessories. Wostbrock Home provides expert interior design services, installations, and wood floor finishing and repairs. Pictured (seated): Fred Wostbrock (second generation) and Irene Wostbrock. Standing: Interior Designers Christa Allam, Donne Booysen, Jennifer Mersch, and Dan Wostbrock (fourth generation), Steve and Heidi Wostbrock (third generation), and Krista Wostbrock (fourth generation). Not pictured: Designer Darcy Litt. Phone (201) 4450807 for additional information. (continued from page 3) Application of phosphorous fertilizer that delivers liquid or granular fertilizer under the surface of the soil, directly to the feeder roots, also represents an exception, as does application of phosphorus fertilizer to residential container plantings, flower beds, or vegetable gardens. The fertilizer ordinance will be enforced by the Glen Rock Department of Public Works and violation carries a maximum fine of up to $2,000. The revised fee schedule for towing provides for a new wheel lift rate of $80 and a new flatbed rate of $100 when two-axle vehicles need to be towed, with an additional charge of $4 a mile of each mile outside the borough. Storage for two-axe vehicles under 10,000 pounds is set at $45 per day, with $20 a day extra for every additional axle. Winching in the recovery of light-duty vehicles is set at $75 for a car that does not roll or has flat tires, or $150 for off-road vehicles. The ordinance on sun or rain umbrellas used to cover tables at outdoor cafés on Rock Road changes the existing ordinance only by reducing permitted lettering on umbrellas to a maximum of three inches. Councilman Art Pazan, who voted “no” to the introduction, told the council he felt the ordinance should be more stringent to better protect the public. Councilman Byron Arnao said a little more advertising would be acceptable if it helped bring in more business. Adoption hearing for these ordinances will be held on Aug. 26, at which time they will also be considered for final passage. Coming October 14th! ����� in business Feel Better Now! ����Muscle Activation Techniques ����������������������������������� • Speed muscle recovery • Increase joints’ range of motion • Eliminate compensatory patterns • Reduce risk of injury by insuring muscles function optimally • Improve athletic performance and execution of everyday activities A Pictorial Supplement to The Villadom TIMES Introduce that special woman in your organization to the community. It could be an associate, a department head, a valued employee or even yourself. ���������������������� �������������������� ��������������� Ridgewood 201-488-4314 or 201-341-0183 ������������������������ ���������������������� Keane Fit & Wellness YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSPAPER Call The Villadom TIMES to reserve your space in this well-read annual feature. 201-652-0744. Advertising Deadline: Friday, September 4th