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Saturday, August 27 2016 @ 04:15 AM EDT

CB Richard Ellis Promotes Gregory Barkan To Senior Vice President In Saddle Brook, N.J.

- 15- year CBRE veteran receives 4th promotion of career after negotiating more than 550,000 SF of office lease transactions throughout New Jersey during 2010 -

CB Richard Ellis, New Jersey's largest commercial real estate brokerage firm, is pleased to announce the recent promotion of 15-year company veteran, Gregory Barkan, from first vice president to senior vice president, in the firm's Saddle Brook, N.J. office

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Teachers Unions 101: "A" is for "Agitation"


Michelle Malkin
If public school teachers spent more time teaching in classrooms and less time community-organizing in political war rooms, maybe taxpayers wouldn't feel as ripped off as they do. Before the Big Labor bosses start complaining about "teacher-bashing," let's be clear: An increasing number of rank-and-file teachers feel exactly the same way.

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New Jersey Voters Favor Christie Teacher Tenure Reform Proposals

OK with using test scores as part of teacher evaluation

New Jersey voters generally support key planks in Gov. Chris Christie’s proposals to reform teacher tenure and pay, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released today. Families with school-age children and those without support reforms that would eliminate lifetime tenure, change how teachers are evaluated and tie pay to performance. While public employee union households want no change, others strongly disagree.

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Another 3-Ring Statehouse


Connie Schultz
Any politician who still thinks it's a keen idea to go after the collective bargaining rights of public employees ought to come over to Ohio.

You know the old saying: As Ohio goes, so goes the nation. It doesn't take much of a stroll through the Buckeye State to see that somebody sorely underestimated regular Americans' fondness for the freedoms of regular Americans.

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“Service Above Self” the motto of Rotary.

Malcolm Gilchrist, long term Teaneck resident, a passionate Teaneck Rotarian and businessman, was honored as “Citizen of the Year” by the Teaneck Chamber of Commerce at its Annual Community Awards Dinner in October 2009. Sadly, approximately a month later, Mal passed on. In lieu of flowers, the family requested that donations be made in Mal’s name to the Rotary Club of Teaneck. As a tribute to Mal and all the good work he has done in and out of Rotary, the Rotary Club of Teaneck is hosting a Brunch in his memory. The 1st Annual Malcolm J. Gilchrist Scholarship Fund Brunch will be held on March 27, 2011 at 12:00 noon at Classic Quiche, 330 Queen Anne Road Teaneck. Tickets for the brunch are $40.00 per person. It is a celebration of life and an opportunity for friends, acquaintances and family to all come together, enjoy each others company, share in the experiences of a good friend, have a wonderful meal and contribute to a worthwhile cause and one that was close to Mal’s heart.

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Your March To-Do List

Social Security Administration’s Regional Public Affairs Office in the New York Region

It’s spring cleaning season! There’s no better time than now to start organizing, and getting important tasks cleared off your list of important things to do. Social Security would like to share a suggested “March To-Do List” with you.

Tax deadline is Monday, April 18. The due date for 2010 Federal tax returns is Monday, April 18, 2011. If you plan to claim your children or any other dependents on your tax return, you’ll need to have a Social Security number for each individual. If you don’t already have a Social Security number for a dependant, applications and filing requirements are available online at www.socialsecurity.gov/ssnumber.

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Turrell Child Care & Early Education Celebrates Read Across America Day

Volunteers from BD read several books written by Dr. Seuss to the children attending Turrell Child Care & Early Learning Center, a division of Children’s Aid and Family Services, for the 13th annual Read Across America Day. Read Across America Day is celebrated annually on the birthday of Theodor Geisel, who is better known as Dr. Seuss. The Turrell Center is fully licensed and accredited. It serves infants and children from ages eight weeks through kindergarten, with an age-appropriate curriculum, nutritious meals and snacks and part- and full-time schedules, as well as extended hours.

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What Women Should Know About Social Security

Social Security Administration’s Regional Public Affairs Office in the New York Region

While the Social Security program treats all workers — men and women — exactly the same in terms of the benefits they can receive, women need to know what the program means to them in their particular circumstances. Understanding the benefits to which they may be entitled may mean the difference between living more comfortably versus just getting by in their later retirement years.

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Cutting State Health Benefit Costs,

Tougher Penalties For Killing Police Dogs & Protecting Newborns Top Assembly Agendas

Testimony on finding ways to control state health benefit costs and legislation to enhance penalties for killing a police dog, toughen penalties for using a hand-held cell phone while driving, protect against unfair towing fees and screen newborns for congenital heart defects highlight Monday’s Assembly committee agendas

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Robert Half Employment Report: Professional-Level Hiring to Remain Steady; Executives Confident in Growth Prospects

A net 5 percent of executives interviewed for The Robert Half Professional Employment Report (http://www.roberthalf.us/per) said they expect to add full-time, professional-level employees in the second quarter of 2011. Nine percent plan to increase staff, while 4 percent anticipate declines. The net 5 percent projected increase is unchanged from the first-quarter survey, with most respondents, 86 percent, expecting to maintain current personnel levels.

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Summit Associates Commences Reintroduction of Iconic Class-A High-Rise Office Building in Edison, N.J.

Summit Associates, one of New Jersey's premier real estate developers, is pleased to announce that it has recently launched the reintroduction of Raritan Plaza I, one of New Jersey's most recognizable office buildings, located in Edison, N.J. Beginning in February 2011, ownership began to reposition the Class-A facility by commencing building upgrades, appointing new marketing and design teams and announcing new tenant incentives.

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Rothman Questions Secy of Defense Robert Gates & Adm Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff about the Middle Eas

Congressman Steve Rothman (NJ-9), a member of the House Appropriations Subcommittees on Defense; and State and Foreign Operations, questioned Secretary of Defense, Robert Gates, and Admiral Michael Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, at a hearing of the Appropriations Defense Subcommittee on March 2, 2010. The Congressman’s questions centered on America’s strategy regarding Iran’s pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability, the U.S.-Israel alliance, and aid to Lebanon.
Exchange between Congressman Rothman, Secretary Gates, and Admiral Mullen:

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Dance Marathon to Benefit Children’s Aid and Family Services

Children’s Aid and Family Services is holding its first-ever dance marathon fundraising event on Saturday, April 30, 2011 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. at Bergen Community College gym, located at 400 Paramus Road in Paramus. Professional Fitness Consultants of Paramus, AEP Industries, Otterstedt Insurance, Craig D. Grant – Merrill Lynch, and United Water are sponsors. The agency is seeking individual dancers and teams to join the event, as well as additional sponsors, food donations and prizes. The dance marathon will benefit the vulnerable children and families served by Children’s Aid and Family Services. To become a sponsor, make a donation or register, visit www.dance4kids.kintera.org.

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SENATORS: Cutting-Edge Technology Coming to Improve Traffic Flow, Reduce Congestion and Delays in Bergen and Hudson Counties

Funding Was at Risk by House Republicans Slash and Burn Budget

Menendez, Lautenberg announce $10 Million in Funding to Integrate Vehicle image detection and wireless communication technology

In a major win for New Jersey’s commuters, U.S. Senators Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) today announced new resources and tools to improve traffic flow in Bergen and Hudson Counties. New Jersey has been awarded more than $10 million by the Department of Transportation (DOT) for new state of the art traffic signaling technology, which integrates wireless technology, traffic signal software, and vehicle image detection. The new signaling system will improve traffic flow and prevent commute delays on US routes 1&9 and 46; NJ 7, 17, and 120; as well as various local corridors.

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Figuring Out Retirement

By Everett M. Lo
Social Security Administration’s Regional Public Affairs Office in the New York Region

For almost every American worker, Social Security is “part of the plan” for a secure retirement. If you are among the roughly 95 percent of workers in the United States who are covered under Social Security, here’s a primer on retirement coverage.

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Signature Place at Garfield To Celebrate Grand Opening of Model Homes on March 12 and 13

With Prime Location and Unmatched Amenities, Community Offers Best Value in Bergen County

The doors are opening wide at Signature Place at Garfield next weekend when Centex, an award-winning brand of PulteGroup, will unveil four fully decorated model homes -- the Montclair, Belwood, Davenport, and Grandville.

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Assy Dem Measure - Entice Students To Pursue Work In Labor Shortage Areas Fails To Garner Enough Votes To Override Christie Veto

An ambitious democratically-lead measure to create a loan forgiveness program for students who pursue fields with labor shortages failed to muster enough votes from Republicans in the Assembly on Thursday to override Governor Christie’s recent veto, effectively killing the goal of making college more affordable while helping graduates find jobs.

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