���������������� June 3, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • Page 19 ���������������������������� Non-Waldwick residents in need of a notary public will now have to pay $5 per document for the service at Waldwick Borough Hall. The Waldwick Council last week approved an ordinance establishing the charge for non-residents only. The maximum charge per person would be $20. The service is free to residents. At a previous meeting, Borough Clerk Paula Jaegge said that the call for notary services has increased and that many people are sent from out of town to use Waldwick’s services because there is no charge. This creates an imposition on Waldwick employees. Councilwoman Anita Bozzo agreed. “They shouldn’t be burdened with out of towners,” she said. . Notary’s fees increase Dieting? Working Out? But STILL can’t lose that Tummy or Cellulite? Call me about VelaShapeTM A NEW Nonsurgical method of Fat reduction and body contouring Get In Shape For Summer! SPRING SALE, Chamber networking Oritani Savings Bank in Ho-Ho-Kus, a member of the Waldwick Chamber of Commerce, hosted an after-hours gathering for chamber members last week. In photos above, members are shown networking, one of the prime opportunities available to members through the Chamber. • Non-invasive • No Anesthesia • No Downtime Beverly Dunn, MD Waldwick, NJ • 201-445-0032 Enjoy gourmet delights from Olde Towne Delicatessen & Catering ince Chef Donald Tabatneck opened Olde Town Delicatessen and Catering in Waldwick last year, local customers have been delighted with the high-end foods he offers both on-site and through his catering service. “It’s not just sandwiches,” Don says. This Culinary Institute of America veteran graduated at the top of his class. He later worked with a master chef in Texas and as a sous chef for the Culinary Olympic Team in Luxembourg. Don has 20 years of catering experience in New York City. He and his wife settled in Waldwick when the time seemed right to venture out on his own. Specialties of the house include homemade soups fashioned from Don’s own recipes. He explains that he begins with stock he makes from scratch, so all the soups are something special. Don’s salads include a winter salad that includes gorgonzola, dried cranberries, and champagne vinaigrette; an Asian salad featuring Napa cabbage, snow peas, cashews, and sesame seeds; and a Mediterranean salad with cucumbers, feta cheese, roasted peppers, black olives, and sun-dried tomatoes. The dressings are made in house. Olde Towne Delicatessen boasts a full deli, S gourmet sandwiches, and wraps to suit every taste. Don’s growing catering business is built on fresh, high-quality ingredients put together in an inventive and delicious way and presented with New York style – but at affordable prices. Offerings include tea sandwiches, some made with jumbo lump crab, and others with filet mignon; pasta dishes, including penne vodka or Thai noodles and chicken; and desserts that include tiramisu, berries Romanoff, and individual portions of crème brulee. The catering menu includes displays from Tuscany, the Pacific Rim, Spain, and Morocco. Carving displays and seafood entrees are also offered. Don serves all three meals and lots of wonderful snack foods. A children’s menu is also available. Olde Towne Delicatessen is located at 24 West Prospect Street at the corner of Harrison Avenue in Waldwick. Stop in Monday through Friday 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or Saturday from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call (201) 670-4415 for more information. 5-27-09 Mike/Janine DrDunn2x3(5-27-09) 2x3” Donald Tabatneck