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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, December 03 2016 @ 04:37 AM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, December 03 2016 @ 04:37 AM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Feminist Gloria Steinem Discusses Societal Issues and the Women’s Movement at Bergen Community College



Gloria Steinem

Activist Gloria Steinem spoke at Bergen Community College on Monday, March 28, 2011 as the keynote speaker for Women’s History Month. More than 500 people attended the event, which featured Ms. Steinem encouraging attendees to focus on achieving a humanity-driven society and to learn from one another. Ms. Steinem was scheduled to speak at four colleges last week but said she is “happiest on a community college campus because it is much more inclusive and part of the real world.”

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Jones Lang LaSalle Brokers Deal for Lincoln National Bank at Mack-Cali Centre IV


Firm moves from one Mack-Cali property to another in 12,590-square-foot deal

Jones Lang LaSalle announced today that Lincoln National Bank has signed a 12,590-square-foot lease at Mack-Cali Centre IV, a five-story, Class A office site located at 61 South Paramus Road, in Paramus, N.J. The 269,191-square-foot building provides a strategic location in the heart of the Bergen County financial center with highway access in a campus setting. The firm moves from 395 W. Passaic Street in Rochelle Park, N.J.
Jones Lang LaSalle Executive Vice President John C. Giordano represented the tenant, which is relocating from space in a different Mack-Cali property.

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Eat, Drink & Be Merry This Passover



Kosher Fest

Passover 2011 Offers Big Variety of Kosher for Passover Spirits, More Gluten-Free & Organic Foods - More Varieties of Matzah & Familiar Brands never before Kosher for Passover

Break out the gin, vodka, Sea Breeze and Mojito mixers, Passover is here…..hard to believe but they are among the newest and most innovative offerings for Passover 2011, and a far cry from our forefathers’ Seder libations.

No. 209 San Francisco Gin is the only kosher for Passover gin in the world, made from all natural botanicals with a sugar cane base for Passover use. The gin is 46% alcohol, 92 proof, manufactured by Distillery No. 209 of San Francisco. For Passover cocktail recipes visit the website at www.209Gin.com  .

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GeoGenix to Celebrate Ribbon-Cutting for 448-kW Solar Installation at Bloomfield, N.J., Pet Supply Company


Ethical Products' System Is Funded In Part Through PSE&G Solar Loan Program

GeoGenix, an established industry leader in residential and commercial solar installations in the mid-Atlantic region, is celebrating the official ribbon cutting for a 448- kilowatt (kW) solar installation at the Bloomfield, N.J.-based pet supply company, Ethical Products Inc.

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From Rochelle Park Police Richard Zavinsky, Police Chief


As we enter the spring season, we can expect the arrival of some people who tend to prey on the elderly and unsuspecting. Whether it be a chimney repairmen, driveway sealers, or anyone else, be aware that people seeking your business are not allowed to solicit unless they have obtained a permit from the police department. In addition, any repairs and / or renovations require a permit from the building department prior to the work being carried out.

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Addiction to Disposable Convenience



“Addiction to disposable convenience” is the underlying theme of TAPPED, an award winning film is to be shown Friday, April 8 at 7:30 in the Indian Hills Auditorium. Area residents and students are invited to the free viewing of this documentary to learn the true monetary and environmental cost of bottled water. The movie dispels the myths that surround the choice of bottled water over tap by tracing the full life cycle from privatization of community water sources through the environmental toll of production, transport and disposal of empty bottles. The presentation is being co-hosted by the Environmental Clubs of Ramapo and Indian Hills High Schools and is sponsored by the Wyckoff Area Garden Club. Additional community support is provided by representatives from the Wyckoff and Glen Rock Environmental Commissions.

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Sunset Rotary Club of Glen Rock, Paramus and Ridgewood Hosts Harry Menta of The U.S. Small Business Administration



Sunset Rotary Club of Glen Rock, Paramus and Ridgewood continues its policy of booking high profile, informative and entertaining speakers each week. Pictured is Harry Menta, Public Affairs Director of the U.S. Small Business Administration in New Jersey, with club President Tom Shea and Irwin Kramer, chairperson responsible for scheduling speakers.

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Health East Medical Center In Englewood New JerseyCelebrates Grand Opening



A Grand Opening With Purpose! - Benefited The Health and Humanitarian Aid Foundation

Health East Medical Center in Englewood New Jersey celebrated the opening of the City’s new Medical Center and Operatory known as Health East Medical Center which is a multidisciplinary healthcare practice which includes an Ambulatory Surgical Center, Medical Suites and a Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center.

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U.S. Senate Names April Financial Literacy Month


NJ Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) Co-Sponsors resolution

Last night, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a bipartisan resolution (S.Res. 121) designating April 2011 as Financial Literacy Month. U.S. Senators Daniel K. Akaka (D-Hawaii) and Michael B. Enzi (R-Wyoming) and 20 other Senators, including New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) sponsored the measure to highlight the need to promote financial literacy in our homes, schools, workplaces, and communities.

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New Coping Model Inspires Proactive Change for Survivors of Lost Loved Ones


Dealing with, and healing from, the loss of a loved one is something that all people eventually experience. And when they do, a vast majority of them will most likely be advised that they will cope with it by passing through the now-famous “5 Stages of Grief,” (Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance) first postulated by psychologists three decades ago.

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Colliers International Arranges 14,746 Square Feet For Chilworth Technologies, Inc.


Colliers International has arranged a long-term, 14,746-square-foot lease at University Square, 104 Campus Drive in Princeton, New Jersey on behalf of Chilworth Technologies, Inc., for its offices and research and development facilities.

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New Jersey Office Leasing Activity Slows but not for Northern New Jersey During First Quarter


New Leases on Hudson Waterfront, Renewals Stimulate the Market in Northern New Jersey

It might be described as the “tale of two markets”: the first quarter of 2011 provided both challenges and opportunities within the New Jersey office market, according to new research by Jones Lang LaSalle. While leasing activity slowed in most of the state in the last three months, Northern New Jersey saw glimmers of hope as new leasing along the Hudson Waterfront submarket drove the vacancy rate down 2.9 percentage points to levels not seen in three years.

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Affordable Care Act to improve quality of care for people with Medicare


Proposal for Accountable Care Organizations will help better coordinate care, lower costs

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has released proposed new rules to help doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers better coordinate care for Medicare patients through Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). ACOs create incentives for health care providers to work together to treat an individual patient across care settings – including doctor’s offices, hospitals, and long-term care facilities. The Medicare Shared Savings Program will reward ACOs that lower health care costs while meeting performance standards on quality of care and putting patients first. Patient and provider participation in an ACO is purely voluntary.

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Pulte Homes Announces Community Grand Opening of Bellewood Acres in Warren, New Jersey


Residents Will Enjoy Rural Sophistication in One of America's 'Best Places to Live'

Pulte Homes, an award-winning brand of PulteGroup, is excited to announce the grand opening of Bellewood Acres, an enclave community of just 26 spacious, single-family homes in prestigious Warren Township, N.J. The grand opening is scheduled for April 9 and 10. Since opening Bellewood Acres for sales to members of the community's VIP list just two weeks ago, Pulte Homes has already sold 17 homes, leaving just nine home sites available for sale. Prospective buyers interested in taking advantage of the limited opportunities that remain are urged to visit Bellewood Acres next weekend.

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Drash On The Ground Providing Tusnami Relief In Japan


DHS Technologies LLC, parent company for DHS Systems LLC, and manufacturer of the patented Deployable Rapid Assembly Shelter (DRASH) today announced that it has fielded several MX and XB shelters along with several fuel fired heaters (D-1000B) to the Japanese Red Cross Society in cooperation with Toyo Bussan, a partner company based in Japan, to support recovery efforts following the tsunami earlier this month that ravaged much of the country.

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An Opinion From NJSAssywoman Connie Wagner



Assemblywoman Connie Wagner
I would like to personally thank Dr. Jim Montesano for his service as superintendent of the Paramus School System; its students, parents and taxpayers. Since Jim's arrival we have worked closely together to unburden our school system from unfunded state mandates and to bring some new ideas to our classrooms. He has provided us with a new direction filled with promise, optimism and achievement. Even without aid from Trenton, Dr. Montesano continued to provide a level of academics that are the envy of other towns. As Dr. Montesano heads to New York I worry that other talented and bright New Jersey superintendents will leave our school systems behind because of the cap Governor Christie has placed on Superintendent salaries. Minnesota imposed a salary cap on superintendents in the 1990s but repealed it after they saw their school leaders leaving for greener pastures.

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Gilda’s Club NNJ Hosts 2nd Annual Teen Essay Contest


“It’s Always Something” essay contest provides forum for teens to share cancer experiences with community

Gilda’s Club Northern New Jersey (Gilda’s Club NNJ) is hosting its second annual “It’s Always Something” Teen Essay Contest to encourage high school teens to write an engaging, heartfelt essay that focuses on the impact cancer has had on their lives.
The mission of Gilda’s Club is to provide welcoming communities of support to anyone affected by cancer and bring together people who are experiencing similar situations. The contest is open to teens that have had cancer, had a family member or friend with cancer or lost a loved one to cancer.

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Jones Lang LaSalle Grows New Jersey Brokerage Services Team With Hiring of Frank Truesdell as Executive Vice President


Jones Lang LaSalle announced today that it has hired Frank Truesdell to serve as Executive Vice President with its New Jersey Brokerage Services team. An accomplished professional with a strong track record representing some of the country’s largest corporations, Truesdell is based out of the firm’s office in Parsippany, N.J.

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N.Y. Entrepreneur Draws Roadmap To Success In New Book


After seventeen years of research on the most powerful methods of how to fast-track a career to success, New York author and successful entrepreneur Scott G. Nicholson is releasing the new book, “Seeds of Achievement,” a life-changing roadmap to greatness that provides the career tactics, personality traits, and processes critical to attaining unlimited levels of life and career success years faster.

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BoatUS Urges Boaters To Be Heard on New EPA Requirements - Deadline for Public Comments is June 2



Remember the Clean Boating Act of 2008? The bi-partisan federal legislation stopped recreational boats from falling under Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) permit requirements originally targeting “normal operating discharges” from commercial ships. However, the Act required the EPA to analyze recreational boat discharges and eventually mandate “Management Practices” to address environmental concerns.
Now the Agency is asking boaters to speak up about how they operate and maintain their boat as it moves forward developing and eventually implementing those management practices. The deadline for comments is June 2.

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