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Sotheby’s Joins Marketing Team at The Enclave at Montvale

The Enclave at Montvale
— Upscale Community Fulfills Needs of Sotheby’s Buyers Seeking Architectural Distinction Without Burden of Maintenance —

The Enclave at Montvale is partnering with Sotheby’s International Realty, the foremost marketing and sales agency for luxury real estate worldwide. The Enclave fulfills the needs of the Sotheby’s clientele looking to move from their estate home into a maintenance free lifestyle without sacrificing luxury or living space.
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Check Your Application Status Online

By Everett M. Lo
Social Security Administration's Regional Public Affairs Office in the New York Region
There’s a lot you can do at Social Security’s website, and it’s easy to locate — just go to www.socialsecurity.gov. You can estimate your retirement benefits, find out what kinds of government benefits you might qualify for and even apply for benefits online.
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CB Richard Ellis Investors Leases 55,031 SF Of Class-A Office Space At One Meadowlands Plaza In East Rutherford, NJ

Metropolitan Center
Ownership & Brokers work together to successfully negotiate three significant transactions within six months at Metropolitan Center in the Meadowlands

Management for Metropolitan Center, owned by the CBRE Strategic Partners U.S. Value 5 fund, announced today that it has recently completed three significant lease transactions, which total 55,031 square feet. The transactions were completed within six months, and consist of one relocation and two renewals:
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Retirement Estimator Celebrates First Anniversary

By Everett M. Lo
Social Security Administration's Regional Public Affairs Office in the New York Region

It’s been only a year since Social Security’s Retirement Estimator went online, but you’d never know it based on the praise it continues to receive from users. It was rated the best online service in government by the University of Michigan’s American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) for Federal Websites in February 2009. In the most recent ACSI report, the Retirement Estimator tied for first place with Social Security’s online application.
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Alice Cooper’s “Theatre of Death” @ bergenPAC - They Keep Killing Him… But He Keeps Coming Back

Alice Cooper
The one and only Alice Cooper is set to unleash his trademark "Shock Rock" at his single performance in the Metropolitan area. For one very special and scary night, the BerganPAC is proud to host Alice Cooper's wild "Theater of Death" on September 23rd. Alice Cooper has uniquely fused together show business and rock n' roll in ways never seen before. Unsurprisingly, his celebrated shock music still causes waves among the audiences well into the new millennium.
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Lacy Ann, Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Gift of Life Child, has a Family

Lacy Ann Right after the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club meeting, five Rotarians followed Rotarian Anthony Iacono and Catarine, Lacy Ann's older sister, to Saint Joseph's Hospital in Paterson. Still in ICU Recovery, we had to show her that we care! President Mukesh Malkan, Sophie Stone, Nripan Barua and Mel Fabrikant had a bit of a problem walking through the halls of St. Joe trying to find Lacy Ann's room. In our eagerness, we forgot to get her last name from Anthony. Anthony solved that immediately.
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Back to School with Teen Idols

Shopping for back-to-school clothes can suck the cash right out of the family budget. But even if teens want to dress like their favorite movie-star vampires, they can still find bargains that won't drain their wallets, according to wardrobe stylist Art Conn, who has worked his fashion magic on TV's popular "American Idol" series.
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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Gift Of Life Child Arrives

Paramus Sunrise GoL Child Arrives Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club President Mukesh Malkan called me last night about 8:30 to tell me that our first Gift of Life Child, Lacy-Ann, had arrived in New Jersey and was at her host family, the Iacono's. In true Rotary spirit, he was going over to welcome her and asked me if I would like to go along. Would I ever! Even though I usually retire early, I jumped at the chance. Mukesh offered to pick me up; I accepted and away we went.
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Only Four Homes Remain For Sale at Forest Hill in Hanover Township, N.J.

— Sterling Properties’ Morris County Enclave is Nearly Sold Out —

Sterling Properties has announced that just four homes remain for sale at Forest Hill, its community of estate-style, single-family residences in Hanover Township, N.J. Creatively designed to fit the needs of today’s modern family, these luxury homes are both elegant and comfortable, and feature all of the upscale features and modern amenities that Sterling Properties has come to be known for.
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NAI James E. Hanson Completes Long-Term Retail Lease In Denville, New Jersey

James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, announced today that it has recently completed a long-term retail lease agreement with Martinizing Dry Cleaning, a full service upscale dry cleaning franchise, at 3000 Route 10 in Denville, New Jersey. NAI Hanson's Michael Jamgotchian and Robert Borny, represented the tenant in this transaction.
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Area Children to Learn About Hospital Experience At Englewood Hospital’s “Teddy Bear ER”

Sunday, August 16, 1:00 – 4:00 pm

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center will provide “care” to record numbers of teddy bears, dolls, and other toys when it hosts its Teddy Bear ER event on Sunday, August 16, 1:00 – 4:00 pm. The free event is designed to provide youngsters with an educating, entertaining and non-threatening introduction to the hospital experience. Children are invited to bring their favorite toys to the Medical Center to be examined, sewn, bandaged, or braced in a “mock” Emergency Room complete with X-ray, operating and casting areas.
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New Jersey Architects Inspire Students Through Mentoring Program

ACE Program Seeking to Expand in New Jersey

The highly successful ACE (architecture, construction and engineering) Mentor Program of America, in which building industry professionals, including members of the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ), serve as mentors for high school students seeking careers in the building industry, is seeking to expand in New Jersey.
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Ride For The Kids And Then Party Under The Bridge

All motorcycle enthusiasts are invited to partake in the Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) Foundation’s Ninth Annual Charity Run and Motorcycle Raffle to benefit the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at HUMC on Sunday, August 9, and cap it off with a “party under the bridge.”
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Bergen Regional Medical Center to Host Blood Drive

Bergen Regional Medical Center continues to respond to New Jersey’s state-wide blood shortage by hosting a blood drive on August 21, 2009, 11 am – 2 pm in the hospital’s Auditorium of building six. While people are often aware of the need to donate blood during a disaster, blood is needed every day of the year. Blood is in constant demand for surgery and the treatment of injuries, cancer and hemophilia and a single donation can save up to three lives.
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Experts Offer Sun Safety Tips to Protect the Skin You’re In

While a tan might look nice now, it is actually the first stage of skin damage. Experts suggest exposure to the sun’s dangerous ultraviolet rays could wreak havoc on your appearance later. According to Sharon Scherl, MD, FAAD, Chief of Dermatology at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, you become tan because the ultraviolet light causes the body to stimulate pigment production that gives your skin additional color. However, that pigment production is actually a sign of sun damage.
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NAI Hanson Tapped To Market 16,837 SF Multi-Building Flex Portfolio In Union County

NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, has been appointed as the exclusive leasing agent for three buildings, which total 16,837 square feet of industrial and office space and are located at 400-450 Swenson Drive in Kenilworth, New Jersey. NAI Hanson's Stanley Wiklinski, broker associate, and Russell Verducci, sales associate, will be responsible for marketing this portfolio on behalf of Fairfield Products Inc.
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Bergen Community College Student Named New Jersey’s Top Intern

Andrew Stanish
Andrew Stanish Completes Internship at CNBC; First Bergen Student to Win Award

For the Bergen Community College Cooperative Education and Career Development Center (CECD), pairing student Andrew Stanish (of Elmwood Park) with television-giant CNBC proved a winning combination. Not only did Stanish gain real world experience with one of the television industry’s most-watched networks,
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Paramus Barnes & Noble August Events

Date: Sat. August 1 at 2:00 pm
Event: Valerie and Debra Gantt join us to sign copies of there books from the Colette Trilogy.

Date: Wed. August 5 and 19 at 7:00 PM
Event: Join us with your knitting, crocheting or other handwork for our “Knit-In.”
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Architects Choose Site for Design Competition for Newark Visitor's Center

Competitors From Around the World Invited to Submit Designs

If you've ever thought that Newark, New Jersey's largest city and a city rich in history, cultural attractions and entertainment venues deserves its own Visitor's Center, you have company in the form of the Newark and Suburban Architects section of the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ).
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Bergen Community College Introduces New Landscape Design/Build Degree Option

Employment of landscape architects and designers is expected to grow faster than the average set of occupations through the year 2016, according to the New Jersey Occupational Outlook Handbook. Recognizing this demand, Bergen Community College has unveiled the Landscape Design/Build Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree option to prepare students for careers in the landscape design field.

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