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Monday, September 26 2016 @ 03:02 PM EDT

A Letter From Paramus Mayor-Elect Rich LaBarbiera

Paramus Mayor-Elect Rich LaBarbiera
With Tuesday’s election now in the past, it’s important to take a moment and reflect on what we have accomplished together. In January, I’ll be sworn in as your new Mayor, and I cannot tell you how incredible it feels to know that the people of Paramus believe in me and want me to represent them. I want to thank everyone who made this victory possible, from the bottom of my heart.

I could never have won this race without the unconditional support of my wife MaryAnn and our sons. Even with all the long days and late nights spent out campaigning, they never stopped encouraging me and were always there to lend a hand. All the supporters that took time out of their schedules to knock on doors, write letters, make phone calls, talk to neighbors and do whatever they could to help out were an incredible asset to the campaign and a win could not have happened without them. I thank each and every one of them.

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ACT or SAT: Just the Facts

UPPER MONTCLAIR, N.J. – Chyten Tutors & Test Preparation, the nation’s premier supplemental education provider, and Watchung Booksellers invite parents and students to the informational seminar ACT or SAT: Which Test Will Get Your Child Into College? at Watchung Booksellers in Upper Montclair, NJ (54 Fairfield Street) on November 9 (7 p.m. – 8 p.m.).

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Twittering The Day Away

Accountemps Survey: CFOs Concerned About Time Waste But Also See Business Benefits in Social Media Use

As social media makes its way into the workplace, executives are weighing the potential risks and benefits. Approximately half (51 percent) of chief financial officers (CFOs) interviewed recently for an Accountemps survey said their greatest concern is that employees are wasting time during business hours using sites such as Facebook and Twitter. CFOs also expressed worries their staff may behave unprofessionally or post inappropriate information online. However, three in 10 financial executives (28 percent) said using these sites can improve customer service.

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PlanITROI Named as a Challenger in Leader Analyst Firm Magic Quadrant

PlanITROI, a leader in IT asset value recovery, has been named in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for North American Information Technology Asset Disposition.* This Magic Quadrant represents Gartner’s initial coverage of this industry segment. According to the report, “The growing emphasis on the two primary risks associated with ITAD — data security and the proper disposition of e-waste — combined with more strict and comprehensive legislative mandates and penalties for non-compliance, is forcing IT asset managers to more closely evaluate their ITAD processes and providers.

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Resort-At-Home Lifestyle Sets Centex Active-Adult Communities Apart

Interest Is High Among Region's Savvy 55-And-Better Prospective Buyers

For 55-and-better homebuyers, a new home is about more than just fine craftsmanship and a prime location. At Renaissance at Cranbury Crossing and Elements at West Windsor, developer Centex has created a lifestyle that sets the communities apart from other active-adult enclaves in the region. A gated, private paradise of beautifully designed single-family homes nestled amid scenic woodlands and preserved green spaces, Renaissance at Cranbury Crossing offers a healthy and relaxing, low-maintenance lifestyle in Middlesex County, N.J.

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A Second Chance to Safely Dispose of Prescription Medications

Bergen County Law Enforcement Participates in American Medicine Chest Challenge

For area residents who didn’t have an opportunity to dispose of their prescription medications during September’s Operation Take Back NJ effort, the American Medicine Chest Challenge is occurring on Saturday, November 13, 2010 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Collection sites include the center court of Paramus Park Shopping Center, Bergen Community College’s Lyndhurst campus and the Konica Spectator Lobby at Ramapo College in Mahwah.

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Whole Foods Teen Battle Chef Event

Whole Foods Teen Battle
Whole Foods Market Paramus hosted Teen Iron Chef this past weekend through our partnership with Healthcorps and FamilyCook Productions. 10 students from Central High School and North Bergen High School competed in a culinary faceoff with the secret ingredient Honey crisp apples (how fitting that this was on our one day sale!) Team Raspberry created a swiss chard & apple quesadillas and Team Blueberry created a butternut squash apple soup.

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The GSHC Presents: A Saturday Music Matinee!

As part of our 38th GSHC Harmonica Festival, we are once again having an educational and fun filled afternoon matinee show for all ages. World class entertainer, Rob Paparozzi , lead singer of Blood, Sweat and Tears will be part of this great show also featuring a harmonica trio “The Harmaniacs”; Alex Tobias, a member of a musical group “The Mad Hatters”; Dave DuPont from Canada who specializes in classical music; multi-talented,10 year old Josh King and “Harmonica Phenom”16 year old Jay Gaunt, who was recently on CBS Sunday Morning TV.

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The Capital Grille is Sharing its Holiday Spirit:

Exclusive Boxed Set of The Capital Grille Steak Knives and Bonus Gift Cards Yours with $500 Gift Card Purchase

The Capital Grille gift cards make the perfect present for everyone on your list.

Beginning November 1, The Capital Grille is offering guests a 10 percent bonus in gift cards for every gift card purchase of $500 or more. For example, guests spending $500 will receive a $50 gift card, or two $25 gift cards, if preferred. In addition, gift card purchasers will receive a complimentary set of high-quality steak knives with their purchase of $500 or more.

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Borough of Leonia Awards EMS Contract to Englewood Hospital

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center and the Borough of Leonia recently announced a new partnership that will provide dedicated Englewood Hospital emergency medical services (EMS) to borough residents. The one-year ambulance contract, which started October 1, was unanimously approved by the mayor and council following a three month review of Request for Proposals from the Medical Center and four other competing medical service providers.

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The Great American Smokeout

The American Cancer Society (ACS) has announced Thursday, November 18, 2010

as the date for the “Great American Smokeout”. The goal on the Smokeout Day is to get smokers to quit for one whole day, or at least try to cut down their smoking substantially.

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Robin McGehee, Director of GetEQUAL, Publishes Piece at Huffington Post:

"Democrats Lost Seats for Not Being Progressive Enough"

Post Comes After Retiring Dem. Sen. Evan Bayh Shamefully Blames "Extreme Left's" Push for "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Repeal in NYT Op-Ed

Today Robin McGehee, co-founder and director of GetEQUAL -- a national, direct action lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization -- published a piece on the Huffington Post, reacting to last night's election results. The piece comes directly after retiring Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN) attempts to scapegoat progressives - particularly LGBT and immigration rights advocates - for last night's historic electoral defeat for the Democratic Party with an op-ed in The New York Times.

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Celebrate the Winter Holidays with Family at Symphony Space!

December’s Just Kidding weekly lineup at Symphony Space includes a festive and folksy concert with Elizabeth Mitchell plus rousing dance and martial artistry from South America: Capoeira Luanda and Ballet Los Pampas, plus family films for the winter holiday weekends.

A Holiday Gift for the Whole Family: Create Your Own Subscription to Just Kidding!

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Studley Snags Frank Greco, Formerly Of Cbre And Trammell Crow, For The Hackensack Office

Frank Greco
Twenty-year commercial real estate veteran Frank Greco, formerly with CBRE, has joined Studley’s Northern New Jersey office as a managing director. In his new position, Mr. Greco will focus on new business development with an emphasis on corporate and financial services firms.
Prior to joining Studley, Mr. Greco, was part of CB’s Global Corporate Services Division, serving as the director of transactions for North America on the A.C. Nielsen account.

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Check-Out Hunger Returns For 20th Anniversary Year

Check-Out Hunger, an annual front-end awareness and fund raiser for the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, will be marking its 20th year milestone this fall. This campaign, which began in New Jersey, is run at supermarket chains across the northeast. The Community FoodBank of New Jersey reports that need for nutritious food is up 30-40 percent at its partner agencies (soup kitchens, pantries, shelters, etc) this year.

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Local Company Launches National Charitable Bed Bug Program

BedBug Central Coordinates with Pest Management Firms Nationwide to Donate Charitable Bed Bug Services

This holiday season, BedBug Central will coordinate with pest control companies across the country to provide charitable bed bug services for those who are suffering from bed bug infestations and do not have the means to improve their situation

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Kosherfest 2010 Attracts Largest Number of Attendees to-date

Brooklyn Chef Wins Culinary Competition for Best Appetizer at Show Event

There was Jack’s chipotle sausages, Mirin sauce, vanilla flavored parve vodka, fig cabernet preserves, parmigiano reggiano, vegetarian hot dogs in a blanket, pad thai noodles in a microwaveable box, and biltongs from Johannesburg, among the hundreds of new products debuting at the 22nd annual trade show known as Kosherfest. More than three hundreds booths and a record number of attendees filled the Meadowlands Expo Center for the two-day kosher food, wine & spirits show Oct 26-27.

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NJ's Office Market Closes Third Quarter of 2010 With Strongest Year-To-Date Leasing Velocity Since 2007, Finds CB Richard Ellis

- CBRE's Third Quarter 2010 New Jersey Office MarketView reports the highest leasing velocity on record for 2010, closing out the quarter at 1.98 million SF, a 52 % increase over 2009 -

- Leasing velocity in 2010 within New Jersey's office market reached its highest point since 2007 in the third quarter of 2010, totaling 1.98 million sq. ft. for the quarter and 4.84 million sq. ft. year-to-date, finds CB Richard Ellis' Third Quarter 2010 New Jersey Office MarketView report. According to the report's findings, availability rates improved for the second consecutive quarter and net absorption closed the quarter at positive 185,606 sq. ft.

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CANCOlofts Condominium In Jersey City To Host Public Park Opening And Veterans Day Ceremonies

CANCOpark Will Officially Open With Veterans Memorial Dedication On Nov. 11

CANCOlofts condominium in Jersey City, N.J., will be hosting a veterans memorial dedication and official opening ceremony on Nov. 11 for CANCOpark, a public park located across the street from the luxury residential property.

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