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FirstService Williams Awarded Hartz Mountain Brokers of the Year

--Recognized for Largest Office, Industrial Leases of 2009--

FirstService Williams, the New York Tri-State hub of the world’s fourth largest commercial real estate services firm, has been recognized by developer Hartz Mountain Industries with 2009 Brokers of the Year awards. Hartz Mountain is one of the most prominent developers in the United States, with approximately 38 million square feet of assets in the New Jersey/New York area alone
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Joy to Americans


The U.S. tops the list in depression out of 14 countries in a recent World Health Organization poll. Much of this holiday malaise can be traced to a sagging economy and holiday expectations. A parents group, the Boston-based Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, wrote letters to 24 leading toy companies and retailers to express concern about ads aimed at kids. These parents expressed dismay that they can't afford the pricey toys that toy-makers are advertising heavily to our children, and children feel diminished when they don't get pricey toys.
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IMAX auditorium at AMC Garden State 16


Paramus, N.J. (Dec. 18, 2009) – The new IMAX auditorium at AMC Garden State 16 celebrated its official grand opening with a ribbon cutting with Paramus Mayor James J. Tedesco (center), joined by Haley. the mayor’s granddaughter and theatre manager Frank Sherrer. The new IMAX screen – which combines crystal-clear images, powerful digital sound and customized theatre geometry to create a uniquely immersive movie experience – opened with a sold-out screening of “Avatar: An IMAX 3D Experience.” Photo by Maya Nobis for IMAX/AMC Theatres.
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The Allendale Community for Mature Living's Annual Resident & Family Party


The Allendale Community for Mature Living held their Annual Resident & Family Party. Atrium residents Jay Rulli, her sister-in-law Violet Trippodo and Violet's daughter, Allendale resident Gail Nimmo enjoyed the festivities at the annual Holiday event. Santa, who was portrayed by Ramsey resident, Chris Costello, brought lots of smiles from everyone!
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RREEF Taps CB Richard Ellis to Manage Properties in New Jersey

CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) today announced that CBRE has taken over as direct manager for 18 of RREEF’s industrial and office properties in New Jersey including Country Club Plaza I and II (Paramus) and 1776 on the Green (Morristown). The properties are part of a 70 million sq. ft. U.S. commercial property portfolio that RREEF recently assigned to CBRE as the direct property manager. The engagement is one of the largest third-party property management assignments in the U.S. commercial real estate industry. RREEF, who had previously provided in house property management services, manages the properties on behalf of its clients and will remain the asset manager for the portfolio.
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IBEW Local 164 Collects Hundreds of “Toys For Tots”


The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 164 recently collected more than $5,000 worth of new, unwrapped children’s gifts, including bicycles and games, to benefit the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program. John DeBouter (right), Local 164 training director and president, presented Marine Ivar Perez with the donations, which will be distributed to youngsters in need this holiday season who reside within the surrounding community.
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Wagner: Let Pascack Valley Hospital Debate Play Out


Assemblywoman Connie Wagner
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner (D-Bergen), vice chairwoman of the Assembly health committee, on Friday released the following statement on Hackensack University Medical Center’s request to extend the Dec. 28 expiration date for the Pascack Valley Hospital license. Hackensack University Medical Center wants to reopen a full-service hospital on the site of the former Pascack Valley Hospital in Westwood but needs permission from the state:
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A-List Education Incorporates Teacher Training into New Breed of SAT Program at Two New Jersey High Schools

A-List Collaborates with Paramus High School and North Bergen High School on Unique SAT Programs Offered at No Cost to Students

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A-List Education (A-List), leading experts in standardized test preparation, announced today the launch of SAT consulting and teacher training initiatives at Paramus High School (Paramus) and North Bergen High School (North Bergen) of New Jersey.
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Business Professionals Gather for Holiday Networking at Heritage Pointe of Teaneck


“Our networking events are always well-attended by professionals from various backgrounds, including healthcare, legal, financial and business,” noted Edelson. “In today’s economy, personal networking is one of the most effective tools in marketing and business development. We have earned many great friendships and relationships with these professionals, many of whom provide services for our residents and work with our staff.”
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New Jersey Restaurant Association & Local Restaurateurs Rally Behind Proposed Increase In Business Meal Tax Deduction


Higher Business Meal Tax Deductions Can Translate into More Jobs

Finton Seeley, owner of the Porter House in Montvale, NJ and a member of the New Jersey Restaurant Association (NJRA), is one of thousands of restaurant owners who say the limited tax deductibility of business meal expenses is eating into their profits.
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All Blinds To Go Product In Compliance With Current Child Safety Standards

Company Announces Discount on Cordless Window Treatments Through January - Child Safety Tips Provided

– Blinds To Go, the nation’s largest manufacturer/retailer of blinds and shades, issued a statement today that its roman shades and all its window treatment products comply with the provisional update of the American National Standard for Safety of corded window coverings products. Blinds To Go does not make or sell roll-up blinds.
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Court Time Available for Care Plus Foundation Tennis Benefit

Adults and kids alike are invited to raise a racket on January 3, 2010 and help us build a brighter world for those suffering with mental illness. Join us at the Maywood Tennis Club for Care Plus Foundation's 6th Annual Indoor Tennis Benefit. Admission includes food, beverages and a raffle. You can even watch football on the big screen while you wait for your court time!
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Local Applebee’s Franchisee Surpasses Two Million Dollar Mark To U.S. Marine Corps “Toys For Tots”


Doherty Enterprises Inc., a franchisee operating sixty-one Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar restaurants in northern and central New Jersey and on Long Island, recently raised $290,000 during its eleventh annual holiday campaign benefiting the U.S. Marine Corps “Toys for Tots” Foundation and surpassed the company’s cumulative total of two million dollars in charitable giving.
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Architects Choose Finalists In Design Competition For Newark Visitor’s Center


Designs Submitted By Competitors From Around the World

The Newark and Suburban Architects section of the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ), in conjunction with its Emerging Professionals and Young Architects Forum programs, has selected 21 finalists in its design competition for a Newark Visitors Center. The finalists were chosen from nearly 200 entries submitted by architects from 31 countries.
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Holiday Gala At The Atrium with Uncle Floyd

Holiday Gala At The Atrium The Allendale Community For Mature Living held their Holiday Gala on December 17th. The featured guest was comedian Uncle Floyd, his second year in a row to be asked to entertain. As usual, his brand of comedy was well received. Peals of laughter echoed throughout the reception area. Invited guests included many people from the medical field as well as members of the Allendale Chamber of Commerce.
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West Brook React Club Goes To Paterson

West Brook React Club Karen Peterson, React Advisor, sent notice that the West Brook React Club was going to the Dale Avenue School in Paterson to comingle with the students there and to bring holiday cheer. The Dale Avenue School caters to Kindergarten, 1st, 2bd grades and special needs children. www.ParamusPost.com thought it would be nice to accompany the group on the school bus. Principal Oscar Diaz had the same thought so we shared a seat on the bus. It was a great time, an eye opening experience and a pleasant dialogue with Diaz.
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Happy Holidays From the Paramus Borough Recreation Department


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Over the winter time, the Paramus Recreation Department shrinks down to just a few people. As a natter of fact, Sue Regan, the Director was on vacation. That didn't stop her from coming in to wish everyone a Happy Holiday from her and her staff, all named Rich. Members of the Recreation Department are:
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Happy Holidays From The Paramus Police Department


Paramus Police Department
Paramus Chief of Police, Richard Cary, assembled a group of Paramus Police Officers to be able to wish Happy Holidays to the residents and to the people that work in Paramus. Although we have a large police presence, many of them were either off duty or on patrol. Greetings from:
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Holy Name Hospital MS Center Update

On behalf of the patients, staff, and dedicated volunteers of the Golf Committee of the Holy Name Hospital MS Center, thank you so much for your support of the 12th Annual MS Center Golf & Tennis Invitational held on Monday, September 14, 2009 at Knickerbocker Country Club in Tenafly, NJ. The success of our annual outing is a direct measure of your commitment and generosity. Through your support, this year’s MS Center Golf & Tennis Invitational raised nearly $130,000 in support of Holy Name Hospital’s MS Center.
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BURGLARS SOUGHT BY Rochelle Park Police


On 12/17/09 the Township of Rochelle Park experienced (2) residential burglaries. The first occurred between 8:00 am and 12:00 pm, in the area of Pleasant Ave. and Gertrude Avenue. The second event took place between 3:30 pm and 8:30 pm, in the area of Becker Ave. and Route 17 South. Personal belongings were removed from each home.

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