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Friday, November 24 2017 @ 03:33 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, November 24 2017 @ 03:33 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Mayor and Council Meeting 3-22- 2011


Mayor and Council Meeting 03-22-11
RESOLUTION No. 11-3-228: Resolution authorizing the Borough Clerk to advertise bids for the 2011 Landscaping Bid as recommended by the Borough Administrator was the main topic of contention. Many residents stood up during the Agenda Items only portion to protest the farming out of tasks performed by the Shade Tree and Parks Department. There was some sage advice and assistance offered to keep it in-house rather than assigning it to an outside contractor.

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Broadway Quality Comes To Paramus As East Brook Middle School Presents Peter Pan


Peter Pan

East Brook Middle School students and staff presented Peter Pan on stage for three nights. The quality of the offering suggested they were using Broadway talent. One might compare their talents to the output of Alfred Hitchcock who is known for his myriad productions. It seems as though much of East Brook staff was involved, over 40 students in the play and a multitude of proud parents assisting where they could.

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Drilling Ken Salazar



Michelle Malkin

After two years of practicing unrepentant contempt for science, jobs, law and truth, why should Interior Secretary Ken Salazar's words mean anything anymore? While President Obama promotes offshore drilling overseas thousands of miles away in Brazil, Salazar now promises to revitalize America's oil and gas industry. It's like Jack "Dr. Death" Kevorkian promoting himself as a lifesaving CPR specialist.

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Meanwhile, in Afghanistan...



Connie Schultz
On March 1, actor Charlie Sheen triggered yet another cycle of round-the-clock punditry after his spectacular unraveling on ABC's "20/20." That same day, the Department of Defense announced that 21-year-old Spc. Brian Tabada of Las Vegas had died in a battle in Afghanistan's Kunar province. He enjoyed "skateboarding, playing guitar, playing video games and spending time writing and drawing," according to his obituary in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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Bassmasters of Norman, OK used grant funds to produce and install 20 signs encouraging boaters to wear life jackets.


Last Call: Boating Grassroots Grants Available From BoatUS Foundation Deadline April 1 to Apply

The BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water has a great way for your local nonprofit boating organization to help keep our waterways safe and clean — but time is running out. The Foundation’s Grassroots Grant program offers individual grants of up to $4,000 for boating safety and clean water projects. However, to have a chance at funding organizations need to apply by the April 1 deadline.

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Jones Lang LaSalle Represents Pinnacle in Headquarters Move


Food Giant Will Relocate from Mountain Lakes, N.J. to Parsippany, N.J.
Jones Lang LaSalle announced today that it represented Pinnacle Foods Group, LLC in an 82,552-square-foot lease transaction at 399 Jefferson Road, a Class A office building in Parsippany, N.J. A leading producer, marketer and distributor of high-quality branded food products, Pinnacle is relocating its headquarters from 1 Bloomfield Avenue in Mountain Lakes, N.J.

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Innovative Efforts to Reduce Drunk Driving


It seems like you can’t open the newspaper or watch the news without coming across a story about a horrific car crash caused by drunk driving. Even the results of a Google search of the term “drunk driving” are alarming: page after page of news articles from the past 24 hours detailing alcohol-related car accidents fill the computer screen.

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Bestselling Author Dr. Dan Goleman To Speak In Paramus



Bestselling Author Dr. Dan Goleman

Care Plus Foundation, in partnership with Bergen Community College and Bergen’s Promise, presents Emotional Intelligence in Children featuring Dr. Daniel Goleman. The workshop will take place on April 15, 2011 at Bergen Community College from 8:30 to noon.

Whether it's succeeding in the classroom or in the boardroom, individuals need the skills to communicate effectively, work in teams, and handle the stress and challenges of today’s complicated. Such skills add up to what is known as emotional intelligence.

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Doctors Express "Make A Difference"



Make A Difference and feel better. During the month of March, when you see a doctor at Doctors Express Urgent Care and mention "Make A Difference," we will donate $5 to Bergen Family Center, a non-profit in Englewood and Hackensack. The center offers programs to nurture children, strengthen parenting skills and ensure seniors continue to feel included in society. So, Make A Difference and you will feel better twice. Tell a friend.

Doctors Express is a walk-in urgent care center located at 67C E. Ridgewood Ave., Paramus, NJ in the shopping plaza with Harold's Kosher Market and 7-Eleven, formerly Simple Simon.  It is open 7-days a week, Mon.-Fri. 8 AM - 8 PM, Sat.-Sun. 9 AM-6PM. For information call 201-262-2010.

The Brownstones at Essex Fells Invites Prospective Buyers to Phase II Open House on March 27



Open House at Brownstones

To Be Held From 12 to 4 p.m., Event Will Provide Opportunity To Experience Luxury Community's Unparalleled Lifestyle

On the heels of an extremely successful winter, which saw Sterling Properties sell out the homes in Phase I of construction at The Brownstones at Essex Fells, the developer is kicking off Phase II with a special open house event. On Sunday, March 27, prospective homebuyers in search of luxury in one of New Jersey's most prestigious locales are invited to visit the intimate enclave of 36 elegant townhomes.

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hotels.com Finds a Pattern of Good News in its Hotel Price Index


The travel industry continues slow recovery as rates rise 2%. Today, hotels.com®, the leading provider of lodging worldwide, released its Hotel Price Index (HPI™), noting a theme of recovery in the travel industry as global hotel rates rose 2% in 2010. Despite the increase year-over-year, travel deals and value can still be found in America’s most popular cities as well as the new global up-and-coming destinations

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This Passover, Buy Matzah And Help Support Israel


Over the next few weeks, in anticipation of the holiday of Passover (which begins April 18th), Jews all over the United States will be stocking up on matzah, the unleavened bread that is eaten as a remembrance of the Exodus from slavery in Egypt. This year, buyers of matzah will also be able to plant trees in Israel. Osem, a leading importer of kosher Israeli foods to the U.S., has announced that it will contribute $2 to the Jewish National Fund (JNF) to plant trees in Israel, for every five-pound box of its matzah sold (up to $400,000).

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CB Richard Ellis' Capital Markets Group Arranges $33m Acquisition Financing For 175,000 Sf Class A Office Property In Parsippany


- CBRE's New Jersey and Chicago offices collaborate to secure long-term, competitive acquisition financing for a fully-leased property located in the Center of Morris County - CB Richard Ellis' Capital Markets Debt & Equity group recently secured the $33 million permanent, long-term, acquisition financing for a 175,000-square-foot Class A office facility, located at 100 Kimball Drive in Parsippany, New Jersey.

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The Artist Series Wine Event Returns to The Capital Grille



Artist Series Wine Event

Exclusive, Limited-Production Wine Offered: Sales to Benefit National Charity

The Capital Grille - nationally renowned fine-dining restaurant known for its dry aged, hand-carved steaks, fresh seafood and award-winning wine list - is proud to announce the return of their annual Artist Series Wine Event: a unique celebration of the worlds of fine art and winemaking, featuring an exclusive, limited allocation wine adorned with an original piece of artwork as its label.

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Bergen County Volunteers Needed For 2ndfloor®Youth Helpline


2NDFLOOR® (www.2ndfloor.org) , a nonprofit that supports New Jersey youth through its free, confidential and anonymous helpline, is seeking volunteers from Bergen County to help increase awareness of its statewide services in the community. 2NDFLOOR offers a way to relieve the pressures and daily challenges that affect young people today, including substance abuse, sexuality, peer/family relationships, and violence.The organization is looking to fill volunteer positions in three different capacities. 2NDFLOOR volunteers have the ability to be creative and use their unique talents and resources to help others understand the vital services the organization provides to youth. Two-hour training for each is provided to groups of four or more at a convenient location.

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Local Musicians Perform in Concert at Bergen Community College, April 7, 2011



Mr. Lomax

Spend an evening enjoying the music of local homegrown musicians and performers. Bergen Community College’s Black Student Union is hosting a concert on Thursday, April 7, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Gymnasium on the College’s main campus in Paramus. Performers include Bergen student and singer David Lomax, local funk-band Isaac’s Horizon, the College’s Dance Club, and Beautiful Noize Entertainment, a California-based record label comprised of R&B artists and emcees.

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Bipartisan Bill To Address Teen Dating Violence Gains Final Legislative Approval


Wolfe/Voss Legislation Would Establish Prevention Taskforce, Require Education on the Subject for Middle, High Schoolers
The full Senate on Monday granted final legislative approval to a bipartisan bill sponsored by Assemblyman David W. Wolfe and Assemblywoman Joan M. Voss to help prevent and combat dating violence among middle and high school students. The measure was approved by the Assembly last week by a vote of 77-0. It now heads to the Governor’s desk.

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Announces 3rd Summer Series The Line Up Includes Weird Al Yankovic, Alice Cooper, Dickey Betts And More!


bergenPAC is proud to announce its 3rdSummer Series! Executive Director David Rodriguez noted "this series is key to our efforts to continue bringing programs and world class artists at affordable prices to our own backyard. We are especially pleased to announce recently inducted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member,Alice Cooper on the same date that the awards ceremony is being broadcasted on Fuse. We are also pleased to bring first time performances by Weird Al Yankovic, Tim Conway from theCarol Burnett Show and the many artists of Hippifest as well as the tried and true favorites including , The Beach Boys, Huey Lewis & The News, and Pat Benatar. bergenPAC hopes there is a little something for everyone. As gas prices climb, it gives people one more reason to enjoy entertainment close to home at a fraction of the price of going to New York City."

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CB Richard Ellis' Capital Markets Group Arranges $33M Acquistion Financing For 175,000 SF Class A Office Property in Parsippany


CBRE's New Jersey and Chicago offices collaborate to secure long-term, competitive acquisition financing for a fully-leased property located in the Center of Morris County -

CB Richard Ellis' Capital Markets Debt & Equity group recently secured the $33 million permanent, long-term, acquisition financing for a 175,000-square-foot Class A office facility, located at 100 Kimball Drive in Parsippany, New Jersey.

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Englewood Hospital Honored for Nursing Excellence


For a third consecutive term, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center has been granted Magnet® status from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).

The highly respected nursing organization granted the prestigious recognition, which has been bestowed on only six percent of hospitals in the nation, after an intensive three-day onsite review process. In addition, appraisers reviewed comprehensive information and data regarding the provision of patient care and patient outcomes from the last four years. All aspects of the practice of nursing are evaluated during the Magnet® qualification process.

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