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Book it: Gifts to Give and to Get

Fashion books are one of my all-time favorite gifts. There is always an amazing array of "how-to" style guides in a wide range of prices that friends and family of all ages will love to receive. And let's face it: We're all looking for a way to look like a million without spending a fortune. Check out some of my favorite fashion finds published in 2009:
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Happy Holidays From Paramus Borough Municipal Court

Paramus Borough Municipal Court
The Paramus Municipal Court was busy preparing for the afternoon session in addition to taking care of the Violations window. They managed to squeeze in a little time to wish everyone Happy Holidays. The two presiding judges are Judge Joseph Mecca and Judge David Lafferty. Cynthia A. Holmes is the Court Administrator and the members of her department are:
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Happy Holidays From Paramus Borough Finance Department

Under the auspices of Joe Citro, the Finance Department gathered to wish Paramus residents a Happy Holiday. Members of the department are: Emil Hrabal, Evey Johnson, Pat Zdanowski, Clare Pigoncelli, Olga Leccese, Pearl Vinces and Debbie Rumbaugh.
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Motor Vehicle Stop Results In Narcotics Arrest In Rochelle Park

On December 13th at 1:00 am, Officer Chris Bermudez stopped a vehicle on East Passaic Street for several motor vehicle violations. After a brief on scene investigation, the driver Harold Wofford Jr. age 57 of Maywood, was charged with several motor vehicle violations including driving under the influence. He was additionally charged with possession of cocaine, and possession of drug paraphernalia. The subject was released pending a December court date. Arresting officers were Chris Bermudez and Dean Pinto.
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Eyes on Copenhagen

The eyes of people concerned about our changing world climate all are focused on the U.N. climate conference in Copenhagen this week. Those who are in the know are not expecting a new global climate treaty, even though in Poznan, Poland, at last year's conference, such a treaty was predicted to come from the Copenhagen summit. There is still much disagreement between industrialized and developing nations that centers around four points, according to Yvo de Boer, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change:
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Happy Holidays From Paramus Borough Shade Tree Department

Paramus Borough Shade Tree Dept.
Under the direction of Jay Sexton, the Shade Tree & Parks are one of our earliest departments to swing into action. Secretary Jill Mawhinney and Jay were unable to attend the group photo as were several of the other hardworking members at this 7 AM photo. Most cooperative in the chilly morning, they helped to arrange for an interesting greeting photo. They are:
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Happy Holidays From Paramus Borough OEM Department

Paramus Borough OEM Dept.
The Office of Emergency Management located in the Life Safety Building is supervised by Stephen W. Mehl. A small department, it does a herculean task of keeping Paramus safe by preparing, in advance for emergency situations. Greetings from: Steve Mehl and Jaime Knoetig. Others involved in our safety are:
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Happy Holidays From Paramus Borough Mechanical Department

Paramus Borough Mechanical Dept.
Mayor James Tedesco was in favor of having the various Paramus Departments wish Paramus residents good will and holiday wished. Working with Administrative Assistant Patti Smith. www.ParamusPost.com arranged to take pictures of members of the various departments. These will appear individually along with lists of the department members. Not every member could be present, but those that could willingly took part in these views.
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Association of Pool & Spa Professionals Recognize Cipriano as an International Leader in Custom Swimming Pool & Spa Desi

Cipriano Custom Swimming Pools & Landscaping (www.PlantNJ.com), a Ramsey-based swimming pool & landscaping design – build firm, has received both a Gold and Bronze award from the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (APSP) at the Pool, Spa, and Patio Expo held recently in Las Vegas. The award-winning projects are located in Kinnelon and Mahwah, NJ. The honor recognizes Cipriano Custom Swimming Pools & Landscaping as a worldwide leader in luxury landscaping and water feature creations.
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Wagner & Voss Legislation To Combat E-Cigarettes Approved By Senate

Legislation sponsored by Assemblywomen Connie Wagner and Joan Voss (both D-Bergen) to prohibit the sale of electronic cigarettes to minors and include e-cigarettes in the New Jersey Smoke Free Air Act received final legislative approval 38-0 Thursday by the Senate.Wagner said she's concerned e-cigarettes are being marketed to children because they offer flavors like chocolate, banana and strawberry and could serve as a gateway to real cigarette use.
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More “Top Doctors” Practice at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Than at Any Other Hospital in Northern New Jersey

Thirty-one Englewood Hospital and Medical Center physicians have been named to New Jersey Monthly magazine’s “Top Doctors” 2009 issue making Englewood Hospital home to more “Top Doctors” than any other hospital in Northern New Jersey. The annual survey, organized and commissioned by New Jersey Monthly magazine, asks New Jersey-based doctors (who have been licensed for five or more years) to identify physicians that represent medical excellence in a variety of practice fields. This year, 3,224 doctors participated in the survey and they named more doctors in more specialties from Englewood Hospital than from any other hospital in Northern New Jersey.
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Legislation Assemblywomen Connie Wagner & Joan Voss Sponsored Regarding Contaminated Soil Found On School Property Approved

Bill Stems from Incident at Paramus Middle School

Legislation Assemblywomen Connie Wagner and Joan Voss sponsored to require prompt parental notification of contaminated soil found on school property was approved 37-0 on Thursday by the full Senate. The bill stems from a 2007 incident in Paramus in which the school district waited several months before notifying parents that pesticide-laden soil had been discovered on the grounds of West Brook Middle School.
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9th Annual Holiday Gift Drive By Team Riebesell Chiropractic!

Between now and December 23rd, we will be collecting new, unwrapped gifts to be distributed by Children’s Aid & Family Services, Inc. to children in the area who would not otherwise receive them. Light up the eyes of an underprivileged child this holiday season by donating to the gift drive!

Also, any new patients that you refer for an appointment thru December 22nd, will receive their entire initial visit at no charge {usually $180.00} in exchange for a donation to our gift drive!
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Come Celebrate And Help Raise Money For A Very Special Cause!

Mark Distler
You are invited to attend Mark Distler’s Pre-Valentine’s Day Promotion/PROMOTION, a Fundraiser to benefit the Tomorrows Children’s Fund
Friday, January 22nd, 2010
(inclement weather/snow date February 5th)
5:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Ultrabar Kitchen & Cocktails
400 Cedar Lane, Teaneck, New Jersey
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The Holidays: The Dating Do’s & Don’ts To Keep Your Love Life Jolly

Rachel Russo
The holidays can be a challenging time for everyone. Stress from preparing for family gatherings, sadness from memories with deceased family members, crankiness from being cooped up in the house, and lethargy from overindulgence in food and drink can contribute to unhappiness with ourselves and our partners.
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NAI Hanson Completes 20,000 SF Lease in Wayne, N.J.

- Wayne Tile takes advantage of low rent, increased incentives to renew space -

NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, is pleased to announce the completion of a 20,000-square-foot industrial lease at 400 Newark Pompton Turnpike in Wayne, New Jersey. NAI Hanson's W. Joshua Levering, SIOR, Senior Vice President; Robert Borny, Sales Associate; and Gregory Reid, Sales Associate, represented the landlord, United Yarn Products, Inc., while the tenant, Wayne Tile represented itself.
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Mini Coopers Rallying To Deliver Toys To The Audrey Hepburn Children's House

Prestige MINI Cooper of Mahwah, NJ will rally its customers for the third year in a row for a toy drive to benefit the patients at the Audrey Hepburn Children’s House (AHCH), a division of the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center. The toy drive delivery will take place this Saturday, December 12, at noon, at the AHCH on the corner of Second Street and Essex Street in Hackensack. Be there as scores of MINI Coopers packed with toys arrive in the holiday spirit.
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Music, Art and Current Affairs Fill Schedules of Busy Retirees at Heritage Pointe Throughout January

Public is Invited to Attend Free Programs at Rental Retirement Community

Heritage Pointe, a full-service rental retirement community in Teaneck, N.J., invites area residents to enlightening programs every week in January that span the arts, history and politics. All programs are free and open to the public.

· Mon., Jan. 4 – Professional clarinetist and band leader David Aaron brings the Broadway hit “Oklahoma!” to life at 2:30 p.m. with a solid hour of music, fun and trivia. Attendees will listen to the musical’s hit songs and discuss Rodgers’ and Hammerstein’s memorable score as well as historic vignettes and other recorded music.
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“Home for the Holidays” TV Special

Raising Awareness About Foster Care and Adoption

(Paramus, NJ) December 10, 2009 - As Americans prepare to celebrate the holidays with their families, more than 4,600 children in New Jersey may have no such plans. They are waiting to be adopted by loving families, and the holiday season isn’t always a happy time for them. It reminds them of the harsh reality of their situation.
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Glam to Go: Tips from Rachel Zoe on Holiday Dressing

Prepping for a holiday party doesn't have to mean dress distress. Instead, it should be cause for celebration, according to Rachel Zoe, a celebrity stylist and author of "Style A to Zoe" (Hatchette Book Group, $15.99).

"Holidays are the perfect time to bring out all those party dresses and gorgeous accessories you bought throughout the year," Zoe says. "I think holiday time is the perfect excuse to dress up.

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