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Wagner, Vainieri Huttle, Greenwald & Lampitt Bill Easing Municipal Consolidation Rules Gets Final Legislative Approval

Measure Stems from DCA Rejection of Merchantville, Cherry Hill Merger Study
Legislation Assembly Democrats Connie Wagner, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Lou Greenwald and Pam Lampitt sponsored to ease municipal consolidation rules after the state rejected a merger study by Merchantville and Cherry Hill was approved 78-0 Monday by the Assembly. The bill (A-3587) would modify New Jersey’s Local Option Consolidation Act to allow municipal consolidation studies to occur via a hybrid application” process. A “hybrid application” for a consolidation study occurs when two municipalities seeking to explore a merger take different paths to approve the study: approval from the governing body of one, usually the larger; and a petition from residents in the other, usually the smaller.

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Gov. Christie’s Anti-Abortion Speech Lowers Opinion In One-Third Of New Jersey Voters

A small minority – 10 percent – of registered voters in New
Jersey believes abortion should be illegal under all circumstances, according to a Rutgers-
Eagleton Poll released today. Just over a third (37 percent) say abortion should be legal under all
conditions, and another 50 percent support legal abortion with restrictions.
Gov. Chris Christie brought abortion back into the spotlight when he spoke at an antiabortion
rally in Trenton in January, where he proclaimed himself an “ally” of anti-abortion

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The Hilarious and Witty Jackie Mason Performs LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC Sunday May 15th 3:00 PM

Jackie Mason

Jackie Mason has been bringing audiences to laughter since the 1960s. He is regarded as one of the greatest stand-up comedians of all time. Mason offers an insightful political satire and an interesting perspective on modern life. His amazing time has been making audiences laugh so hard they are brought to tears and has had critics raving show after show.

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From Teachers, a Lesson in Character


Connie Schultz
It's a question on a lot of parents' minds these days: How do we teach character?
New York Times columnist David Brooks was in Cleveland on Monday to talk about his new book, "The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement." During the audience Q-and-A, the self-described conservative was asked how he would design a high-school curriculum to include the teaching of character.

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John Kerry's Recycled Government Slush Fund Recipe


Michelle Malkin
Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., has once again earned his nickname: Thurston B. Howell III. He's elite, effete and so hopelessly out of touch with reality that his latest solution to America's fiscal profligacy is ... more fiscal profligacy, of course, Lovey! On Tuesday, Kerry introduced a $10 billion infrastructure bank bill that would engineer yet another federal taxpayer boondoggle benefiting Big Labor and favored Big Business interests.

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Albano, Milam, Quijano, Gusciora, Burzichelli & Wagner Animal Protection Package Ok’d By Assembly

An ambitious three-bill package that would protect animals from abuse and inhumane conditions, help fight crimes against service dogs and help ward off dog and cat overpopulation was approved by the full Assembly on Monday.The various bills are sponsored by Assembly Democratic lawmakers Nelson T. Albano, Matthew W. Milam, Annette Quijano, Reed Gusciora, John J. Burzichelli and Connie Wagner.

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“Go the Distance for Autism” Family Bike Event to be held in May 2011

Go the Distance for Autism

The second annual “Go the Distance for Autism” Family Bike Event will be held on Sunday, May 15th at Northern Highlands Regional High School in Allendale, NJ and is a collaborative effort by four Northern New Jersey schools for learners with autism - Alpine Learning Group, EPIC, REED Academy and Garden Academy. Last year, over 500 riders raised more than $300,000 in support of autism education.

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BoatUSAngler.com Gets an Extreme Makeover - New Pro Staff Blogs, Easier to Use

BoatUS Makeover

The nation’s largest organization for boat-owning anglers has given its website an extreme makeover, adding new blogs by prostaff and making it easier to use.
BoatUSAngler.com is the website for BoatUS Angler – the fishing services division of Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS). BoatUS Angler offers on-the-road and on-the-water towing services, bass and fishing boat insurance policies, boating safety “tools” such as the BoatUS Foundation Free Online Boating Safety Course, and more.
The newly-updated website includes new fishing blogs from television hosts, fishing guides and tournament anglers, including Mark Zona of Zona's Awesome Fishing Show and Kim Stricker of Hook n' Look.

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CB Richard Ellis Capital Markets Group Arranges $85 Mortgage Refinancing for Five-Asset Portfolio in Secaucus, N.J.

- CBRE Debt & Equity Finance team executes complex refinancing of 828,000 SF portfolio as a single transaction within Harmon Meadow in the Meadowlands -

CB Richard Ellis Capital Markets Debt & Equity Finance group procured an $85 million permanent mortgage refinance of a five-asset portfolio within the Harmon Meadow section of the Hudson Meadowlands, located in Secaucus, New Jersey.

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Stony Lane P.T.A. Night!

Chili's proudly supports Stony Lane P.T.A. Night!

They are offering 10% of all sales to be donated to the HGM NILAND college fund. You must print the attached flyer out and present it at Chili’s which is located at The Garden State Plaza. The event is on Tuesday March 15, 2011 from 12:00 pm to 10:00pm.

Garden State Plaza
Chili's Paramus
75 Route 17 South, Paramus, NJ

Bright Side Manor Backyard Dinner Series for 2011

Hello from Bright Side Manor!

Now that the snow has mostly melted, it is our hope that this email finds everyone happy and healthy and eagerly anticipating the warmer weather.

Why? Because we're thrilled to announce our Backyard Dinner Series for 2011!

Thursday, April 7, 2011
Chili Night

Thursday, May 5, 2011
Cinco de Mayo Night

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Empire Beauty School Opens In Paramus

Empire Beauty School, Paramus

Empire Beauty School opened recently in the Neptune Plaza on Route 4 East in Paramus. For those newcomers, the Neptune used to be a large catering hall. It is located just past Fuddruckers and a short distance before River Edge. The address is 332 E. Rt. 4 # 3, phone 201 585 4701. Co-publisher Sophie Stone established contact with Executive Director Shawn Calrow and not only arranged for an interview, but succeeded in getting Empire Beauty School to participate in the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Fashion Show on May 20th.

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CB Richard Ellis Capital Markets Group Arranges $85m Mortgage Refinancing For Five-Asset Portfolio In Secaucus, N.J.

CBRE Debt & Equity Finance team executes complex refinancing of 828,000 SF portfolio as a single transaction within Harmon Meadow in the Meadowlands

CB Richard Ellis Capital Markets Debt & Equity Finance group procured an $85 million permanent mortgage refinance of a five-asset portfolio within the Harmon Meadow section of the Hudson Meadowlands, located in Secaucus, New Jersey.

CBRE's James Gunning, Donna Falzarano and Michael Sherman secured the permanent mortgage, which has a 7-yr term, 25-yr amortization and low, Libor-based rate. PB Capital, a subsidiary of German-based Post Bank, provided the financing to Harmon Meadow Plaza, Inc. and 400 Plaza Drive, Inc., entities of Hartz Mountain Industries. The mortgage loan was secured by 828,000-square-feet of mixed-use space located within the Harmon Meadow section of the Hudson Meadowlands. The five properties were collectively 93 percent occupied at the time of closing and are described in more detail below:

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12th Annual Tromadance Film Festival Announces Short Film Selection

The 12th Annual TromaDance Film Festival have announced the first round of short films selected to screen over the course of the cult two day festival, 22-33 April @ The Showroom Theatre- Asbury Park, New Jersey. With a record number of entrants and a lengthy screening process, TromaDance Program Director Jonathan Lees announced that the TromaDance Selection Committee have selected the following short films to screen at this year's festival;

The selected short films include:

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Multi-Grammy Award Winning Group Earth Wind and Fire Performs LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC

Earth Wind and FIre at the bergenPAC

Monday May 9th and Tuesday May 10th 8:00 PM $135, $99, $69 (Englewood Cliffs, NJ March 14, 2011) For the past four decades Earth Wind and Fire has been sharing their musical gift. They have spread their unique brand of soul, funk and R&B to a worldwide audience. Throughout their outstandingly successful run the band has earned eight Grammy awards. Some of their great hits include After the Love Has Gone,” “Reasons,” “Fantasy,” “Serpentine Fire,” “Boogie Wonderland,” “Getaway,” and “Shining Star."

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CBP Officers at JFK Intercept Over $1.4 Million in Counterfeit Monetary Instruments

$1.4 Million in Counterfeit Monetary Instruments

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers intercept more than 1000 counterfeit U.S. Postal Money Orders, CVS Money-Grams and bankers checks.

Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBP) at JFK intercepted three shipments of counterfeit monetary instruments. The 1000 fabricated negotiable instruments seized had an intended value of over $1.4 million. This is the second seizure this week bringing the total intended value of checks seized to $3.8 million.

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New Data Shows Skyrocketing Gas Prices Devastating NJ Families and Small Businesses

Bergen and Passaic Counties see 34 cent leap in last month alone

Menendez Releases Energy Plan to Ease Gas Price Burden

Gas prices are pumping New Jersey families and small businesses dry, according to new gas price data released today by US Senator Robert Menendez (D – New Jersey). Gas prices have risen 11 cents in the last week alone. Menendez today proposed a series of steps to help lower gas prices, prevent a setback in the nation’s economic recovery, and promote the United State’s long-term energy Security.

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