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AFP: Trenton’s Latest Mandate Enough to Make Millennials, Job Creators Sick

Pro-Taxpayer Groups Slams Push for Paid Sick Leave Mandate

TRENTON – Americans for Prosperity, the state’s leading grassroots, free-market group, is sounding off today against yet another onerous mandate on the state’s entrepreneurs and job creators, Assembly Bill A2354, mandating paid sick leave.

“As a recent graduate and an aspiring small business owner, it is mandates like this these that make me question opening a business of my own in New Jersey,” offered Danielle Cyr, AFP-New Jersey’s grassroots director.

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"How to Raise the Best Kids on the Block"

Montvale Library Free Public Library Hosts "How to Raise the Best Kids on the Block"
Thursday, November 6th, 7:00-8:00PM
Free and open to the public in the Council Chambers      
"Being a good parent is the toughest job in the world," according to Dr. Irwin Berkowitz, a top New Jersey pediatrician and the author ofInstructions Not Included: A Pediatrician's Prescription for Raising the Best Kids on the Block.   Come join him as he offers practical, down-to-earth advice to educate parents on how to develop the self-confidence and skill sets necessary to raise happy and healthy children.
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Shacktoberfest At Shake Shack In Paramus

Shacktober Fest Always alert to the changing seasons, Shake Shack , in Paramus on Route 17 South, participated in the Shack Tober Fest by offering, in addition to their regular menu, food items related to October fests. These included the wurst of food, bratwurst and sausages combined with hotdogs and more. The distinctive combinations delighted the diners, mostly a younger generation. Their shakes, offered daily are also delicious and this included a special Bavarian inspired frozen custard.

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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Donates Another $1,000 To The Community

Meeting 10/07/14 Paramus Sunrise Rotary, The Little Club That Could, keeps chugging along with donations to Paramus organizations. To add to the $2,000.00 donated last week, PSR donated $1,000.00 to the Paramus Rescue Squad. Their president, Skip Cherven, was on hand to accept the award and to thank the club for their generosity. He explained that the money would go toward iPads for two vehicles and how they came in handy to prevent catastrophes.
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Qdoba® Frees the Flavor; “Extras” No Longer Cost Extra

Mexican fast-casual chain launches simplified menu and pricing structure where entrée prices are inclusive of all flavors, including Queso and guacamole

DENVER (October 3, 2014) – Qdoba Mexican Grill® is encouraging guests to free the flavor as the Mexican fast-casual brand unveils a new simplified menu and pricing structure at its 600-plus restaurants in which “extras” are no longer extra. Qdoba’s new menu structure allows guests to pay a single price for any entrée offered – a price that is based on the protein chosen and that is inclusive of as many additional flavors the guest would like to add, including guacamole, 3-Cheese Queso, Queso Diablo and more.

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Bergen’s Paramedic Program Responds to Need

LYNDHURST, N.J. – Bergen Community College officials, including (from left) Paramedic Science Director/Professor Jennifer McCarthy, President B. Kaye Walter, Ph.D., Dean of Health Professions Susan Barnard, D.H.S. and Board of Trustees Chair E. Carter Corriston, formally unveiled the institution’s newest associate in applied science degree program, paramedic science, at an Oct. 7 ceremony.
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HackensackUMC Physician Serves as an Educational Ambassador in Chile

On a mission to educate and collaborate, James C. Wittig, M.D., vice chairman of Orthopaedic Surgery, chief of Orthopaedic Oncology and director of the Skin and Sarcoma Division at the John Theurer Cancer Center at HackensackUMC, recently served as a visiting professor in Chile.
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Session Info Announced for Upcoming High Resolution Audio Program at 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention

— High Resolution Audio program, taking place Friday, October 10, at AES137 in Los Angeles, will feature four different sessions throughout the day, addressing the current and future direction of High Resolution Audio from various perspectives — — Representatives from leading consumer audio brands set to participate in High Resolution Audio program, as well as display high-performance audio products on the AES convention’s exhibition floor —

New York, NY, October 7, 2014 — Detailed session information has been announced for the AES137 High Resolution Audio (HRA) program, taking place Friday, October 10, 2014, in Room 304 AB at the 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention (October 9-12, 2014, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in downtown Los Angeles).

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Korean Community Breast Cancer Awareness

-Englewood Hospital and Medical Center promoting education and awareness through outreach initiative-

(Englewood, NJ, October 7, 2014) – The Center for Korean Health and Wellness at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (EHMC) will offer a series of events focused on breast cancer prevention and awareness.

The events will be held during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, and include a fundraising gospel concert and health fair. All events will specifically cater to the Korean-American community.

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KOSHERFEST 2014 November 11-12, 2014

November 11-12, 2014, Meadowlands Exposition Center, Secaucus, NJ

The 2014 “Kosher Supervisor of the Year” award, presented by KASHRUS Magazine will, once again, be presented at the upcoming 2014 Kosherfest, the world’s largest business to business trade show for the kosher industry. The award is sponsored by Kosherfest and will be presented on Tuesday, November 11 at 12:30pm.

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Q3 Industrial Report: Northern/Central NJ Rebust As Increased Demand Absorbs New Construction

--Quarter closes with 6.8 msf of leasing; space users, investors seek Class A properties while PA terminal activity signals improving economy--

PARSIPPANY, NJ – OCTOBER 6, 2014 – The Northern and Central New Jersey industrial markets continued their positive movement in the third quarter of 2014 even as new space continues to come online and second generation space is returned to the market, according to new research fromColliers International.

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Assembly Panel OKs Burzichelli, Eustace & Mazzeo Bill to Protect Against Utility Fund Raids

(TRENTON) – Legislation Assembly Democrats John Burzichelli, Tim Eustace and Vincent Mazzeo sponsored to prevent the raiding of a fund designed to, among other things, promote clean energy was recently advanced by an Assembly panel.

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Mazzeo, Lagana & Eustace Bill to Repeal Outdated State Laws Released by Assembly Panel

(TRENTON) – Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Vincent Mazzeo, Joseph Lagana and Tim Eustace to repeal provisions of state law that are no longer relevant was recently advanced by an Assembly panel.

“While a fascinating look into the past and what legislators and citizens of this state had to contend with, these laws are terribly outdated and have no business being in the books,” said Mazzeo (D-Atlantic). “I don’t think rams trespassing is much of an issue today so let’s clean this up.”

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NJSBDC Network Headquarters Initiates New Affiliate Partnership with the Anisfield School of Business at Ramapo College of NJ

October 6, 2014 (Newark, NJ) - America's SBDC New Jersey announces a new partnership with Ramapo College of New Jersey.  The NJSBDC, serving Bergen County and hosted by Bergen Community College, has a new affiliate office at Ramapo College of New Jersey's Anisfield School of Business.

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Take Control Of Your Business

Funded by Bank of America, the 'Business Builder Series' is designed to help entrepreneurs understand what it takes to build and sustain a successful  

small business.

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Registration Closes:  Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at 3:00 pm, Register NOW!
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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Donates $2500.00

Meeting 9/30/04 Known as 'The Little Club That Could' Paramus Sunrise Rotary gave back to the community and internationally. The Paramus Police Department and the Paramus Fire Department were the recipients of $1,000.00 each while $500.00 and some clothes were given to the Mephibosheth school in Ghana. This is quite an achievement for a Rotary Club with under 20 members. The club was able to make these donations because of the support given to it by the residents of Paramus who attend their fundraisers along with fellow Rotarians.
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Rotary Computer Fellowship Meets In Portland, Maine

The ICUFR, International Computer Users Fellowship of Rotarians, had a conference scheduled for Portland, Maine at the end of September. Rotarians came from Great Britain, Canada, Georgia, Iowa, New York State and New Jersey. The weather cooperated with clear days and temperatures in the 80's. Arranged by Portland Rotarians Dan and Shirley Mooers, the conviviality was prevalent throughout the work sessions and the tourist visiting areas. All, but a few of the attendees, are in touch with each other on the Internet, every day. A highlight for the New Jersey travelers, George Stephanopoulos was on their plane to Portland. He did not attend the ICUFR Convention.

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Edible Software Will Release New Product at PMA Fresh Summit

Houston, TX – [October 3, 2014] –   Edible Software is launching a new product at PMA Fresh Summit. We will introduce Edible Pick at PMA Fresh Summit on October 18, 2014 at booth #2427.  This module places Pick Tickets on an Android, or Windows mobile device with an improved user experience.  To learn more about how Edible Pick can increase productivity and add to your Food Safety Practices in the warehouse, stop by booth 2427 (www.ediblesoftware.com).

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Red Bull Arena To Host Covenant House Sleep Out On Behalf Of Our Kids

Red Bull Arena will host the first ever Covenant House Sleep Out: New York Red Bulls Edition, on October 17, to raise awareness and funds for New Jersey’s homeless youth.

The sleep out, presented by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ), will unite fans of the Red Bulls, Horizon and New York Red Bull employees and local soccer enthusiasts, who will sleep at the arena overnight in support of homeless youth.

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Health Fair and Blood Drive in Oradell, NJ

Health Fair and Blood Drive

October 24th

11:30 to 4:30

Location: Oradell Health Care Center, 600 Kinderkamack Rd

Hosted By Oradell Health Care Center and Community Blood Services

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