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When Rig Comes Crashing Down, BoatUS Rental EPIRB Calls For Help

“The EPIRB Saved Us”

SOUTHPORT, NC, June 11, 2014 -- Last Saturday morning, the 36-foot catamaran “Cata-Tonic” was 80 miles southeast of Southport, NC in a 20-knot breeze when without warning, the boat’s mast and rig suddenly crashed down on deck, dangerously spilling sails, mast and rigging into the sea. While none of the three sailors aboard were injured, the tangled mess soon became more than a simple inconvenience when it began to drag underneath the boat, its sails catching the sea, threatening to capsize the boat or punch a hole in the hulls.

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Paramus Mayor And Council Make Paramus Safer

Mayor and Council Meeting 06-12-14 Six new police were sworn in at the Mayor and Council meeting on Tuesday, June 11, carefully vetted by the Mayor, the Chief of Police and their committees, With all due pomp and ceremony including the Paramus Police Honor Guard, Chief Kenneth Ehrenberg, Deputy Chief Robert Guidetti and the Mayor and Council, the following men were inducted into the Paramus family: Gil Maynard, Matthew McGuire, Connor Nutland, Richard Paldino, Timothy Reed and Amit Vaidya. In addition, Veteran Service Officer Sam Casiello proudly recognized two of the men as veterans .
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Spring into Advocacy - Valerie's Voice (April)

Dear Friends,

It looks like the snow has finally ended and Spring is here!  April has been a very busy and productive month, and I want to share with you some of what I have been doing on behalf of District 37 and the State of New Jersey.
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Mayor De Blasio To Open Annual Russian Heritage Month® At Metropolitan Museum Of Art Tomorrow

35 years since the beginning of the 3rd wave of Russian immigration to the U.S., event to celebrate the unique contributions of this community

 

June 11, 6:30-8:30 p.m., The Temple of Dendur in the Sackler Wing, the Metropolitan Museum of Art Event is open to media upon RSVP to Rebecca@puderpr.com

  - Mayor Bill de Blasio will open the 12th Annual Russian Heritage Month® tomorrow, Wednesday, June 11 at the Temple of Dendur in the Sackler Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The festival, hosted by the Russian American Foundation (RAF), takes place 35 years since the beginning of the 3rd wave of immigration from former Soviet Union countries to the United States. To learn more about the events of Russian Heritage Month®, please visit: http://russianamericanfoundation.org

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School Specialty Partners with Hazleton, PA School District to Build New and Innovative Academy of Sciences

Latest STEM academy designed to provide Hazleton area students with state-of-the-art 21st Century

Learning environment

 School Specialty, Inc. (OTCQB: SCOO) (“School Specialty” or “the Company”), a leading distributor of innovative and proprietary products, programs and services to the education marketplace, today announced the successful completion of the Hazleton Area Academy of Sciences in Drums, PA, which will serve as the epicenter of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education and 21st Century Learning for students in the district.

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Teams Of Bergen County Firefighters Face Off In BBQ Challenge At Fairway Market In Paramus

New Jersey’s Bravest will compete in the Fourth Annual Fairway’s Firefighters Food Face-Off,   a grilling “throw down” that will pit firefighters from Park Ridge Fire Department, Paramus Fire Department, Ridgewood Firefighters, and Hackensack Fire Department against one another to determine whose barbecue is best at 12 noon on Sunday, June 15th at the Paramus store  – Fashion Center Mall Route 17, North Paramus, NY 07652 (Rain or Shine).  A panel of judges, which includes Mel Fabrikant of the Paramus Post, Terry Krongold of Jersey Bites, Brandon Goldstein from the Bergen County Magazine and Fairway’s own Chef Jesse Jones. Also – the Hackensack University Medical Center will be there offering blood pressure screenings and health info specifically geared toward men.
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MaxLite Adds New Wattages To LED Post Top Retrofit Lamp Product Line

MaxLite® has added 12- and 20-watt models to its LED Post Top Retrofit Lamp product line, an energy-efficient choice for replacing traditional high pressure sodium and metal halide sources in post top fixtures. The LED Post Top Retrofit Lamps are designed with a smaller size and shape for easy installation in enclosed luminaires, such as acorn, globe and bollard fixtures, with universal burn positions. The product line is UL listed for dry and damp locations and is suitable for enclosed lighting fixtures in a wide variety of applications, including parks, streets, pedestrian walkways on corporate and college campuses, airports and retail centers.
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Seasonal Events Announced at The Allendale Community for Senior Living

Musical Performances, Informative Seminars Highlight Late Spring Happenings

 A full calendar of educational, social, cultural and entertainment events will usher in the start of summer at The Atrium Assisted Living at The Allendale Community for Senior Living. The following programs are free and open to the public:

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Bill to Protect NJ Homeowners from Potential Property Tax Hikes

Assembly Democrats Gary Schaer, Marlene Caride, Tim Eustace, and Joseph Lagana have introduced legislation to protect homeowners against increases in property taxes as a result of recent changes in the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) changes to the federal flood maps.  “The recent update of the FEMA flood maps may have an impact on the costs of flood insurance in newly designated areas,” said Schaer (D-Bergen, Passaic). “Where many homeowners and municipalities may see relief, most may be subject to exorbitant increases due to the new guidelines. What we do not want is for the increases on municipal rates to be translated into higher property taxes for homeowners.”
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Daily Downpours to Drench Outdoor Plans Atlanta to NYC

AccuWeather Global Weather Center -- 9 June 2014 --AccuWeather reports t he weather this week will bring trouble in the East for those with outdoor plans and projects, as well as occasional travel delays.
 Showers and thunderstorms will be nearly daily visitors in the Appalachians, and along the Gulf Coast and Atlantic Seaboard. This includes cities from Miami to Atlanta, Washington, D.C., New York City and Boston.
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“Do AC Sand Sculpting World Cup” June 19-July 6, 2014

With the world’s top 20 sand carvers, more than 30 sand sculptures and

500 tons sand, this year’s sand-sculpting event will be the biggest of its kind ever in Atlantic City.

Click-to-tweet: The world's top 20 sand carvers to participate in @VisitAC's DOAC Sand Sculpting World Cup 6/19-7/6! http://po.st/SandSculptingAC

 Ever wonder what 20 of the world’s greatest sand sculptors can do with 500 tons of sand? The skillful art of sand sculpting returns to its Atlantic City roots this summer as the multi-week DO AC Sand Sculpting World Cup hits the free beach again with more action, world-class sculptors and a new location.

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HackensackUMC Hosts 23rd Annual EMS Excellence Awards Program

[media: 20140625172837862]On Monday, May 12, HackensackUMC recognized and honored the dedication of the men and women who respond to life saving emergencies.  This year’s theme was “EMS: Dedicated. For Life.” In addition to HackensackUMC and Bergen County Sheriff’s Department personnel, award-recipients included paramedics, EMTs, police officers and firefighters from the 35 Bergen County municipalities.
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The Good Suicides By Antonio Hill

If you want to stay ahead of the reading curve, be sure and get a copy of The Good Suicides by Antonio Hill. The book is scheduled to be published on June 17th by The Crown Publishing Company. You may remember this author from his first novel, The Summer of Dead Toys, also a gripper. Antonio Hill has become the master of suspense on a level to rival most famous mystery authors.

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Bergen Performance Arts Center in Englewood, New Jersey Presents JEFF DUNHAM


JEFF DUNHAM
Thursday, June 26th 2014 7:30PM

$160, $100, $75, $60

Tickets available at: www.ticketmaster.com or www.bergenpac.org or Box Office (201) 227 1030

(Englewood, New Jersey- June 5th, 2014)  Bergen Performing Arts Center located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood New Jersey is proud to present one of America’s greatest ventriloquists JEFF DUNHAM on Thursday, June 26, 2014 at 7:30PM. Be sure to reserve tickets for this spectacular show at www.ticketmaster.com or Box Office at 201.227.1030.

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US Senator Ben Cardin Visits Hunter Douglas Fabrication In Cumberland As Part Of His "Made in Maryland Tour"


PEARL RIVER, N.Y., June 6, 2014 – U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) visited Hunter Douglas Fabrication in Cumberland, Md., in May as part of his “Made in Maryland” tour, which highlights the importance of manufacturing in job creation and future economic growth. The largest Hunter Douglas fabrication facility, the plant encompasses almost 400,000 square feet on 36 ½ acres and employs over 850 people.  It is Allegany County’s fourth largest employer and has been located there since 1990.

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The Newark Black Film Festival

The Newark Black Film Festival, the longest running festival of its kind in the United States, kicks off its 40th season on June 25 at the Newark Museum with a film that marks the 50th anniversary of the first Freedom Ride in May 1961. Youth Cinema, the accompanying summer-long series of free children’s features and short films, will be held on Mondays at The Newark Public Library starting July 7 and Wednesdays at the Newark Museum starting July 9.
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Recent Increase in Acts of Vandalism at the Teaneck Creek Calls for Help from the Community

Teaneck Creek Conservancy and Bergen County Parks Department needs your help to prevent vandalism and apprehend individuals who vandalize our recreational facilities and art installations.  In the past year we have seen escalating acts including; destruction of sculptures and art installations, damage to the fence in the Meditative Peace Labyrinth, fires set in the outdoor classroom and most recently two large scale fires burning multiple acres which put homes on Sandra and Demarest Place in jeopardy.
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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, & Questioning (LGBTQ) Youth: Clinical Issues & Cultural Awareness

Monday, June 23rd  -  9:30 - 11:30 am  

2 Clinical CEUs to meet Ethics & Cultural Competency requirements! 

This workshop will provide an overview of the Cass "Coming Out" Model, methods on how to communicate with LGBTQ youth regarding mental health and suicide prevention, cultural issues within the LGBTQ youth population, and resources for LGBTQ youth and their families. 

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Mayor and EEDC Announce Completion of One Mile State of the Art Public Wi-Fi Solution


ackrion, Inc. Deploys Super Fast Cloud Based Intelligent Serial

Mesh 802.11ac Outdoor Wi-Fi Solution for Downtown Englewood in what is believed to be a first in the Nation for a public Wi-Fi system

Mayor Frank Huttle III together with The Englewood Economic Development Corporation (EEDC) is excited to announce that a one-mile stretch of Englewood’s bustling downtown area has been blanketed with state of the art high-speed public Wi-Fi. Englewood is believed to be the first municipality in the country to benefit from ultra fast large-scale 802.11ac public Wi-Fi, allowing client device speeds to burst up to 100Mbps over fiber optic Internet bandwidth provided by the Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, Englewood’s largest workplace with over 2,400 employees.

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Good Samaritans Tossing A Towline: For Free or for Money?


Tips on How to Help a Boater in Need of a Tow

-- Tossing a towline to a disabled boat and bringing it back safely to the launch ramp is a time honored act of kindness that recreational boaters have always done for each other. But what happens if the Good Samaritan tossing the line decides to charge for their services? Is there much of a difference between a Good Sam looking for a little extra gas money and a professional towing service charging for on water towing services?

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