WESTFIELD, NJ — A municipal park on the Scotch Plains border has been reopened after workers cleared storm debris, police said Monday afternoon.

Four days after Tropical Storm Isaias wreaked havoc Aug. 4, taking down trees and branches throughout the municipality, police announced that the park was closed for the storm cleanup.

On Monday afternoon, police said that the DPW's tree removal work is complete and the park his been reopened.

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