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Paramus Police Department Statement

Ryan Hayo
I cannot comment on the specific events that occurred on Sunday evening as the investigation into the incident is being investigated by the Bergen County Prosecutors Office. It is my opinion that Officer Morgan, Officer Hayo and all of the responding Paramus officers acted efficiently, effectively and professionally before, during and after the events of Sunday evening and continue to do so.

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Paramus Police Department Statement

Paramus Police
It gives me great pleasure to report that, for the first time since the gun battle on February 6th, Police Officer Rachel Morgan is fully conscious, alert and able to communicate with us by writing.
One of her first written comments to me this morning was, “Tell me I’m coming back to work”. Officer Morgan’s “warrior” spirit, which kept her “in the fight” along with the incredible actions of Police Officer Hayo, is still as strong as ever. To see this type of bravery continue in Officer Morgan’s thoughts and actions at this time makes all of the members of the Paramus Police Department proud that she is one of ours. 

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Bergen County Jail awarded ACA CORE Certification for Excellence

The Bergen County Sheriff’s Office / Bergen County Jail has been awarded the American Corrections Association (ACA) CORE Certification in recognition of its excellence in operation. The American Corrections Association is a private organization which has set the standards in the corrections business and in consultation with the National Institute of Corrections, Federal Bureau of Prisons and the U.S. Department of Justice has developed this comprehensive accreditation process.

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Bergen Celebrates Women’s History Month with Female Art Exhibition: Opening Reception, March 1, 2011

From fantasy landscapes to familial paintings, experience the creativity of female artists with a new exhibit “Threads of Continuity” at Bergen Community College’s Gallery Bergen in West Hall on the College’s main campus in Paramus. In celebration of Women’s History Month at the College, the exhibition will honor female artists’ contributions to art through a variety of themes and diverse painting styles. The College will hold an opening reception on Tuesday, March 1, 2011 from 6-to-8 p.m. at Gallery Bergen. The event is free and open to the public. The exhibition will continue through Saturday, March 26, 2011

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U.S. Industrial Property Market Shows Definitive Signs of Entering Recovery Cycle

--Inland Empire, Chicago, Charleston, Cincinnati, Little Rock, Phoenix, Philadelphia, Savannah, Dallas, New Jersey Lead Charge as Q4 2010 Shows
Nearly 30 MSF of Positive Absorption; Opportune Time for Tenant Leasing--

Coinciding with a noticeably improved United States office market, the national industrial property sector absorbed 28.6 million square feet of space during the fourth quarter of 2010, propelling what had been a net loss for the year into a solid gain, according to new quarterly research on the U.S. industrial market from Colliers International. This robust fourth quarter activity likely heralds the beginning of the next up cycle for the industrial sector as demand for warehouse space — fueled by an increase in import and export activity and improving appetite for consumer goods — is expected to rise.

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Turrell Child Care & Early Learning Center Open House Event

Paramus-based Turrell Child Care & Early Learning Center, a division of Children’s Aid and Family Services, is holding an open house on Wednesday, February 23, 2011, from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. The Turrell Center serves children ages 8 weeks through Kindergarten, is licensed and accredited, offers breakfast, lunch and snacks. Its hours are Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

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Perth Amboy Seeks Redeveloper For 100-Acre Port Site - Site Features Rail Access and Deep-Water Frontage

The City of Perth Amboy is seeking a redeveloper for a prime 100-acre site with rail access and 1,700 linear feet of deep-water frontage on the Arthur Kill, a major navigational channel for the Port of New York and New Jersey.The city has issued an RFP (request for proposal), for which the submission of a letter of interest is due March 10. The site has been designated an ePort ("e" is for energy) Redevelopment Project Area with the goal of attracting businesses and redevelopers to the site.The RFP can be found on the City's website at http://ci.perthamboy.nj.us/public-notice-information-data-collection.html .

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Help For Working Parents, And More From Community Ed.

What to do with the kids during the February school recess may be answered with just three clicks on the computer: teaneckpublicschools.org, Community Education Center, and then the link to the Spring 2011 Community Education Center brochure. Scroll to page 26 and read about Camp Kookooskoos school vacation programs, particularly the session that will be held February 22 - 25 (Tuesday-Friday),from 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., with an optional extended day from 7:30-8:30 a.m. and / or 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. You may also call the Teaneck Community Education Center during school hours at 201/833-5514.

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OfficeTeam Survey: One-Third of Managers Believe Online Profiles Will Replace Resumes

Is the traditional resume going the way of the dinosaur? Some human resources (HR) managers interviewed recently by OfficeTeam think so. More than one-third (36 percent) of respondents said it’s at least somewhat likely resumes will eventually be replaced by profiles on social and business networking sites.

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Feb. 23: Heritage Pointe of Teaneck to Host “Elderlaw” Seminar for Health Care Professionals

CEU-Eligible Program to Address Latest Amendments to Medicaid and Medicare

Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental retirement community, will host “Elderlaw,” an educational seminar to review the latest eligibility amendments for government-subsidized programs such as Medicaid and Medicare. Specially designed for CALA, LNHA, social worker and case manager professionals, the program is being held on Wed., Feb. 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Heritage Pointe, 600 Frank W. Burr Boulevard in Teaneck, N.J.

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Bergen Presents “Fourth Annual Ron Mazurek Concert” featuring keyboardist Patrick Moraz, March 10, 2011

Keyboard virtuoso Patrick Moraz has composed numerous soundtracks for films in the United States and Europe and has performed with musicians including Yes, The Moody Blues, Refugee and Main Horse. Mr. Moraz also has released solo albums that feature classical, jazz and Brazilian music.
He will perform at Bergen Community College’s “Ars Electronica 2011: An Evening with Patrick Moraz” on Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre on the College’s main campus in Paramus.

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John Cosgrove Elected Chairman of the Foundation at Bergen Regional Medical Center

John Cosgrove
Fair Lawn Businessman to Head Foundation Supporting New Jersey’s Largest Hospital
The Foundation at Bergen Regional Medical Center announced the election of John Cosgrove as Chairman of the Foundation. Cosgrove has served as trustee of the Foundation, the fundraising arm of Bergen Regional Medical Center, since 2009.
“John Cosgrove’s election as Chairman of the Foundation underscores the leadership skills and value he has brought to the hospital, and most importantly the patients, residents and community we serve,” said BRMC President Joseph Orlando.

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Congressman Rothman: Foreign Aid Cuts Jeopardize National Security

On February 9, 2011, Congressman Steve Rothman (D-NJ), a member of the House Appropriations Subcommittees on Defense, and State and Foreign Operations, spoke on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives about the importance of fully funding foreign aid. Below is a link to the C-SPAN video of Congressman Rothman’s remarks and an excerpt of his speech as delivered.

Remarks start at 21:46.  An excerpt of Congressman Rothman’s speech:

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Learle Van Emburg is a Second-Generation Senior to Call The Atrium Home

Learle Van Emburg

Apartment-Rental Senior Residence Offers Sense of Family and Support

For Learle Van Emburg, The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living has always felt like home. After all, she has had ties to the senior campus since 1995, when her mother became a resident. Today, The Atrium is Van Emburg’s home and she covets her unofficial role as “head of household.”

"The Atrium is – and always has been – very family-oriented, which is what impressed me most when my mom wanted to move here following a harsh, snowy winter when she missed being with people her own age,” said Van Emburg, a retired social worker who worked in the psychiatric field. “There is not one day my mom was unhappy living at The Atrium. What a wonderful feeling, as a daughter, to know that she was able to enjoy such happiness in her later years.”

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bergenPAC Presents Cirque Mechanic “Boom Town” A Family Show!

Boom Town

Cirque Mechanics was founded by Cirque du Soleil veteran and Boston native Chris Lashua in 2004, as a way to provide family friendly entertainment that encompassed his passion for the theater, the circus, history and all things mechanical. Cirque Mechanics based in Las Vegas, combines traditional circus disciplines with cirque elements to tell a "real world" story with theatricality. However, it is the design and exploration of innovative mechanical apparatus and the relationship between performer and machines seen on stage, that truly make Cirque Mechanics unique.

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Clarke Caton Hintz Named "Architectural Firm of the Year" At Annual AIA-NJ Awards Dinner

Clarke Caton Hintz
Honored for Professional, Community and Technical Accomplishments

Clarke Caton Hintz, an award-wining architecture, planning and landscape architecture firm, was recognized as the "Architectural Firm of the Year" at the annual awards gala for the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ) held recently at Carl Icahn Laboratory at Princeton University in Princeton, N.J.

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Maverick Entrepreneur Yanik Silver On Raising Your Pricing, Sticking Out & Wearing Elvis Outfits

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Paramus Police Officer Down

Paramus Police
Those are dreadful words to be issued over the police radio and to the public at large. Paramus just experienced that situation when Rachel Morgan was the recipient of gunshot wounds resulting from a high speed auto chase and a traffic stop. Fortunately she had immediate backup from Police Officer Hayo and then from other Paramus Police Officers. She was transported to Hackensack University Medical Center and was operated upon for wounds that bypassed her bulletproof vest. The latest word is that she will survive these critical wounds. Mayor Rich LaBarbiera contacted the heads of the Paramus Borough Departments and asked them to discuss the matter with him.

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Paramus Public Library Holds Second Chinese New Year Celebration

Paramus Library

With the help of Whole Foods (Bergen Town Center) who supplied all the ingredients, multi-talented Sophie Stone and her mother prepared vegetable and meat dumplings and also showed about 20 youngsters how to make them. From the Library, Annie Miller, Youth Services and Alexa Soto, Librarian, also pitched in. A friend, Christine Wu also helped. Librarian Len LoPinto and PR person Donna Perkosky also checked in to make sure that everything went smoothly.

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Mayor and Council Meeting 2-8-2011

Prior to the business section of the Mayor and Council, Mayor Rich LaBarbiera acting as spokesman for the entire Council discussed the shooting incident of Paramus Police Officer Rachel Morgan. He explained the steps that were taken and the positive actions of the Paramus Police Department as well as his own. This was the first shooting in Paramus in thirty-five years. It was the first of a female officer! www.ParamusPost.com has just learned that the civilian involved in the shootout, Michael Sean Carmody, was pronounced dead at 1502 hours on Wednesday, February 9, 2011.

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