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Solis Partners Completes Solar Installation For New Jersey Utility

PSE&G's Solar Program
Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Marks Completion of Solar System at PSE&G Central Headquarters. 
Solis Partners a leading developer and integrator of commercial solar power systems, and Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), New Jersey's oldest and largest publicly owned utility, recently celebrated the completion of a 921-kilowatt rooftop solar installation at the utility’s Central Division Headquarters in the Somerset section of Franklin Township, N.J. 

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Assembly To Weigh Teen Sexting, Collective Bargaining, Police/Firefighter Steroid Abuse & Clearly Marked Gas Price Signs

Electric Cars, Protecting Newborns & Promoting Town Mergers Also on Tap

Legislation to combat sexting by putting education over prosecution, express support for collective bargaining, target police and firefighter steroid abuse and require gas retailers to clearly post different prices for cash and credit top Monday’s Assembly voting session agenda.
The session is slated to begin at 1 p.m.

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In New Jersey Politics, Voters Prefer Checks And Balances; Want Democratic Legislature Paired With GOP Governor

Favor Obama Re-election in 2012 by nine points

With all 120 seats up for grabs in November, a Rutgers- Eagleton Poll finds that voters prefer to keep Democrats in control of the New Jersey Legislature. A majority (54 percent) want Democrats as a check on Gov. Chris Christie, while 37 percent want Republicans in charge to support their leader’s plans for change. However, the poll finds an undercurrent of anti-incumbency: only 30 percent would vote for their “current legislators” while 54 percent would “prefer to vote for someone new.”

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Towing a Big Boat on the Road? BoatUS Trailering Club Offers Discount Wide-Load Permit Service

It’s not wise to be caught without an “oversize” permit if your boat is wider than eight-and-a-half feet.

Wide-Load Trip Planning Tips

If your boat has a beam greater than eight-and-a-half-feet, 47 states as well as the District of Columbia require a wide-load or “oversize” permit to tow it over the road. If you’re towing the boat locally, getting one permit isn’t that hard if you are familiar with the process.
However, for longer trips across state lines, getting the necessary multiple permits isn’t that simple because each state requires its own permit. That’s a lot of time and paperwork. To help make this process easier, the BoatUS Trailering Club now offers a Wide-Load Permit Service in partnership with Mercury Permit Services.

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LFI Design Symposia Return To Showcase The Impact Of Light On All Industries

The Design Symposia, which premiered last year at the 2010 LIGHTFAIR International (LFI) as part of its renowned conference program, will return in 2011 with experts of affiliated industries to highlight the diversity of lighting design and how it is incorporated into industries across the spectrum.
An educational platform to showcase how other industries align with and are impacted by light and design, the Design Symposia will feature four 90-minute sessions. Each symposium will be presented by acclaimed professionals within the landscape, design and architecture industries. They will speak about the importance and impact of light on their design processes and projects.

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We Can Be Sisters to Mothers We've Never Met

Connie Schultz

Surely, you and I can agree on this: No child in America deserves to live in poverty. Yet a record number of children in this country -- experts say nearly 25 percent -- will not have enough to eat or a place to call home at some point this year. We know this is wrong. We also know how to help -- even if we don't yet realize it.

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The Witch Hunt Against Gun Owners

Michelle Malkin

"The Second Amendment," Charlton Heston used to say, "is America's first freedom." The Second secures the rest.
It's a message narcissistic journalists need to hear again. A decade ago, Heston chastised the media in a National Press Club speech for its collective ignorance, apathy and open hostility toward gun owners' rights:

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Osem Delivers Mitzvah & More With Each 5-Lb Passover Matzah

New Whole Wheat & Regular 5-lb Matzah Include Free Freshness Pouch, Coupons, Scenes from the Passover Haggadah, Matzah with a Mitzvah, & More
Gluten Free & Lactose Free Kosher for Passover Offered by Osem
Osem, the largest kosher grocery food manufacturer in the world, headquartered in Israel, offers the first 5-lb whole wheat Kosher-for-Passover 5-box bundle, jam packed with value-added extras that will help ease consumers’ pocketbook, keep their matzah extra fresh and help plant trees in Israel too! OSEM’s regular and whole wheat 5-lb matzah will include a free large freshness pouch to keep matzah extra fresh and crisp this Passover.

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The Atrium Transports Seniors Back in Time to the Victorian Era

Fashion History Program Highlights Attire from Late 1800s/Early 1900s

The Victorian era was recently celebrated at The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living with a unique, opulent display of evening and dinner gowns and vintage accessories. Hosted by Johanna Van Der Heijden (left), proprietor of Johanna’s Boutique Showtime in Belvidere, N.J., the fashion history lecture and discussion featured an array of gowns and wedding ensembles as well as hats, lace, pearls, ruffles and petty coats from the late 1800s and early 1900s.

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Coughlin, Wagner & Conners Bill To Help Redevelop Contaminated Properties Continues Advancing

Measure to Provide No-Interest Loans for Site Remediation Clears Panel
A bill sponsored by Assembly Democrats Craig J. Coughlin, Connie Wagner and Jack Conners to help local governments clean up contaminated properties continues advancing.

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Menendez Leads Bi-Partisan Fight to Protect 300 Shirt Manufacturing Jobs in Newark and Perth Amboy

Sens. Alexander and Casey Join Efforts to Save Protect 10,000 Manufacturing, Agriculture, Production Jobs Across the Country

Unfair Tariff Encourages American Companies to Move Factories to Mexico, Canada

Menendez: “Leveling Playing Field will Help Us Create Jobs in New Jersey, Not Overseas”

Ending an unfair advantage for foreign shirt manufacturers will help protect as many as 10,000 American jobs – including 300 manufacturing jobs in New Jersey – a bi-partisan group of Senators said today. US Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) joined with Senators Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Bob Casey (D-PA) to lead the fight to help refund many of the unfair duties on domestic shirt makers – leveling the playing field for American businesses and protecting American workers.

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You’ve Got a Friend - Belly Bandit Launches the B.F.F., A Revolutionary New “Body Formulated Fit” Post-Pregnancy Compression Ban

New moms, get ret ready to meet your new “bestie”—Belly Bandit, the brand renowned for modernizing post-pregnancy compression bands, is poised to launch the next generation of shape wear, the B.F.F., Body Formulated Fit, on March 15, 2011. The most advanced post-pregnancy compression band on the market, the B.F.F features an innovative technical, corset-inspired design that miraculously conforms to any body type with six uniquely shaped panels that cinch the belly, hips and waist back to their pre-pregnancy shape. Unlike other shape wear, the B.F.F.’s patented Body Formulated Fit also provides two different levels of simultaneous compression and two additional inches of Velcro adjustability, making it the first-ever customizable compression garment in the industry.

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Electrifying Our Future

By Assemblyman Wayne P. DeAngelo and Assemblywoman Connie Wagner

While some may prefer to discourage the promotion and development of electric cars in New Jersey, here’s some fiscal reality that working class New Jersey families know all too well - gas prices have risen 33 cents in the past two weeks and are taking a larger bite from already-stretched household budgets.

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K Of C Sponsors Celebration Of Life Dinner

Mother Seton Council #5427 of the Knights of Columbus will sponsor a pasta dinner benefit in their hall at 79 Pascack Road, Township of Washington, NJ 07676 on Sunday, March 20, 2011 from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Proceeds will go to Several Sources Shelters, Inc. The menu will include pasta, meatballs, sausage and salad. Soda will be free and a cash bar will be available. Tickets are priced at $20 per adult, no charge for tots younger than 5, $10 per child between 5 and 12 years old, with a $50 family cap for parents and their minor children. Tickets are available for purchase from the Council’s Members Room from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm, Monday through Friday.

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The Power of Professional At-Home Devices

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery estimates that patients in the U.S. spent over $424 million on laser hair removal, over $215 million on intense pulsed light (IPL) laser treatment, and an astounding one billion on injectables, such as Botox and Dysport, in 2009. As the popularity for cosmetic procedures increases, it’s no surprise that the number of at-home dermatology devices continues to grow.
Below are just a few dermatology services that are now available using simple at-home gadgets that offer professional quality results with a much lower price tag:

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Bergen Community College Board of Trustees Extends Contract of President Dr. G. Jeremiah Ryan

President Has Led Historic Growth at College; Will Stay at Bergen through Dec. 2012

The Bergen Community College Board of Trustees has voted unanimously to extend the contract of the school’s president, Dr. G. Jeremiah Ryan. Under the terms of the agreement, Dr. Ryan will receive an 18-month extension to the contract he signed in June 2007 after the board selected him for the top executive position at the College from a nationwide search. The board previously renewed Dr. Ryan’s contract in July 2008. The newest extension cements Dr. Ryan as president of the state’s largest community college until December 31, 2012. The board took action at its March 2 meeting at the College’s main campus in Paramus.

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Study: Englewood Hospital and Medical Center - Among Top 5% in the Nation for Patient Safety

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center was identified as a recipient of the 2011 HealthGrades Patient Safety Excellence Award™, indicating that its patient safety ratings are in the top 5% of U.S. hospitals. In a new study released today by HealthGrades, the nation's most trusted source of health care provider information, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center is one of only 268 hospitals in the country and one of only four hospitals in New Jersey to receive this designation.

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The Informationist By Taylor Stevens

The Informationist
When a confirmed abhorrer of female authors and protagonists admits that he read and enjoyed the entire book The Informationist, one just knows that it has to be good. Taylor Stevens in her first novel has achieved the gripping story telling technique of many acclaimed authors. Like most novels, it started off slowly and gradually drew the reader into the depths of the story and the mystery. Her protagonist, Vanessa ‘Michael’ Munroe is not only believable, but brings mystery to an interesting turn of events.

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Mayor and Council Meeting 3-8-2011

Mayor and Council Meeting 3-8-11 Despite a heavy agenda on the budget, the Mayor and Council convened near to 8:00 PM. This was blessing for the audience which now consists of Department Heads as well as residents. As a matter of fact, I lost a wager with my associates of the fourth estate as to when the actual start of the meeting would take place. We had hunkered down figuring the budget problem would consume too much time. It did consume a lot of time for Councilman Alan Brundage who delivered the up to the minute budget results.

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Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Announces New Executive Staff Members

Ann Marie Shears

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (EHMC) announces the appointment of two executive leadership members:

Debra Albanese has been named the new Vice President of Development and Executive VP of the Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Foundation. As VP of Development, Ms. Albanese will be responsible for the overall management of Foundation operations to provide philanthropic support to the Medical Center. She was previously at Centenary College in Hackettstown, NJ, where she served as VP for Strategic Advancement, responsible for all fundraising since 1996.

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