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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, October 18 2017 @ 12:49 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, October 18 2017 @ 12:49 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Cassidy Turley Wins Exclusive Leasing Assignment for 41,845 SF Industrial/Office Building in Upper Saddle River, N.J.

- 35,461 SF of Space Available within Flex Property in Prime Bergen County Location -

Cassidy Turley, a leading commercial real estate services provider in the U.S., announced today that Mark Siegler, Executive Vice President, Principal, and Marc Hirschinger, Senior Vice President, Principal, have recently been named the exclusive leasing agent for 24 Parkway in Upper Saddle River, N.J.

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GeoGenix Event Celebrates 18-Home Community Solar Project In Hillsborough, N.J.

Residents Honored For Participation In 176-kW Solar Project

GeoGenix, an established industry leader in residential and commercial solar installations in the mid-Atlantic region, recently celebrated the completion of an 18-home community solar project in the Hillsborough Chase development located in Hillsborough, N.J.

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Retirement Estimator Celebrates Three Years

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

It’s been three years since Social Security’s Retirement Estimator went online. Within months of coming out, the online application was praised as one of the highest-rated online services around, and it has consistently remained so every year.

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Measles Cases Reported In New Jersey: Health Dept. Urges Immunization

As of June 20th, there have been 156 cases of measles in the US reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this year, according to Paramus Health Officer John Hopper. The Health Officer advised that 136 confirmed cases are considered to be import-associated, highlighting the importance of vaccinating individuals prior to international travel. Measles is still present in most parts of the world including Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

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Every Month is "National Social Security Online" Month

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

Have you ever stopped to appreciate the many celebrations we enjoy in this country? For example, did you know that July is National Baked Beans Month? It’s also National Hot Dog Month. If beans and hot dogs are not on your diet, that’s okay—it’s also National Blueberry Month!

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Elaine and Michael Adler Receive National Award

[media: 20110704085128280]Elaine and Michael Adler have been named “Player of the Year” by the USA Toy Library Association (USA-TLA). The national award is given annually in recognition of exemplary service to children, play and toy libraries. In 2005, Mr. and Mrs. Adler founded the Elaine Adler Toy Library at Turrell Child Care & Early Learning Center, a division of Children’s Aid and Family Services. Mrs. Adler serves as president of the USA-TLA.

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Let the 4th of July Celebrations Begin!

Mayor Richard A. LaBarbiera and the Paramus 4th of July Committee would like to announce the 4th of July Weekend Celebration!! Paramus, NJ, June 17, 2011: The Fourth of July Weekend follows:

• Saturday, July 2nd, at 8:15 PM- SOFTBALL GAME
• The Fire Department will play the Police Department in their annual Softball Game at the Cliff Gennarelli Sports Complex.
• Sunday, July 3rd, at 8:00 PM- FIREWORKS SHOW
• Free Admission! Through the generosity of Westfield Garden State Plaza, fireworks have returned to the Borough of Paramus and will be held at the Cliff Gennarelli Sports Complex. The gates will be opened to the public at 7:30 PM. There will be LIVE music by the Paramus Players followed by our great fireworks display.
• Rain Date: Sunday July 10th 2011
• Monday, July 4th, at 9:00 AM- PARADE
• Starting at the Intersection of Century Road and Farview Avenue, heading north on Farview Avenue ending at Memorial School followed by a brief ceremony.
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Watson's Friends Help You and Social Security

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

In February 2011, Jeopardy! broadcast its first competition that pit man against machine. Watson, an artificial intelligence computer system developed by IBM, competed against the show’s two most successful champions: Ken Jennings (longest winning streak) and Brad Rutter (biggest money winner).

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Congressman Rothman Celebrates Medicare’s 45 Years

Today marks the 45th anniversary of the enactment of Medicare. President Lyndon Johnson signed Medicare into law on July 30, 1965 and the program was launched on July 1, 1966. Congressman Steve Rothman released the following statement:
The 45th Anniversary of the enactment of Medicare is both an opportunity for us to recognize Medicare’s essential role in sustaining a higher quality of life for millions of American seniors and to stand up against those who seek to destroy Medicare as we know it.

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Stender, Vainieri Huttle, Riley, Wagner & Lampitt On Christie’s Veto Of Women’s Health Funding

Assemblywomen Linda Stender, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Celeste Riley, Connie Wagner and Pamela Lampitt today deemed Governor Christie's decision to once again veto $7.5 million for women's health care a continued affront to women, children and taxpayers throughout New Jersey. The funding had been restored in the democratic budget passed yesterday, but the Governor eliminated it through a line-item veto today.

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Wagner, Gusciora, Vainieri Huttle, Conaway & Ramos Bill To Ban ‘Fracking’ Gets Final Legislative Approval

Measure Would Bar Controversial Natural Gas Exploration Practice

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Connie Wagner, Reed Gusciora, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Herbert C. Conaway, Jr. and Ruben Ramos Jr. prohibiting the controversial practice of ‘fracking’ - or hydraulic fracturing - in New Jersey received final legislative approval Wednesday.
The bill (A-3653) permanently prohibits hydraulic fracturing activities in New Jersey.

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New Cree 1200V Z-Rec(TM) Family of Silicon Carbide Schottky Diodes Offers Higher Performance at Lower Cost for Power Conversion

Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE), a market leader in silicon carbide (SiC) power devices, announces a new family of seven 1200V
Z-Rec(TM) silicon carbide (SiC) Schottky diodes optimized for price and performance and available in a range of amperages and packages. Cree is advancing the adoption of silicon carbide power devices into mainstream power applications by introducing a comprehensive family of SiC diodes with a wide range of amperage ratings and package options.

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HRC’s New Yorkers for Marriage Equality Video Campaign Surpasses Million View Mark

Final compilation video released today with highlights from previous 50
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest civil rights organization fighting for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality, released its 51st and final video featuring iconic and everyday New Yorkers for marriage equality. The video tells the story of what this campaign is, has been, and continues to be all about -- using a montage of actors, sports figures, politicians, and everyday people who have appeared previously in the group's video campaign.

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Coutinho & Wagner Bill Aims To Create Jobs & Economic Development In New Jersey’s Port Regions

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Albert Coutinho and Connie Wagner to help create jobs at New Jersey’s ports was released recently by an Assembly panel. “New Jersey’s ports have the potential to be among our biggest drivers of job creation and economic development,” said Coutinho (D-Essex). “We must take advantage of this as much as possible for the benefit of working class New Jerseyans and the businesses that employ them. Improving our economic climate is a shared goal and this is a key part of that effort.”

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Paramus Health Officer Suggests Ways to Beat the Heat

When both the outdoor temperature and humidity are high anyone can find the weather stifling. However, older people suffering from diabetes or heart disease and those suffering from mild dementia may be at special risk. Their medications may leave them increasingly vulnerable to heat exhaustion. Diuretics, used to treat heart conditions, can affect fluid balance so users may find themselves susceptible to dehydration when the mercury rises. Some drugs used to treat Parkinson’s Disease may impair the ability to perspire, an important method the body uses to counteract the heat. Without steps to correct it, heat exhaustion can quickly proceed to heat stroke accompanied by confusion, dizziness, seizures and finally coma. The early signs – weakness, flushed skin, headache and profuse sweating are all signs calling for quick action.

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Summer Food Safety

Warm weather may be perfect for picnics and outdoor barbecues but Paramus Health Officer John Hopper wants to warn residents that special steps should be taken during the summer months to keep perishable food free from bacteria that can multiply rapidly and cause foodborne illness.
A few suggestions from the partnership for Food Safety Education are as follows:

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