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New York Governor Cuomo Opens 2014 New York Auto Show


Helps Present Wounded Warrior with Toyota RAV 4
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today kicked off the official opening of the 114th New York International Automobile Show at the newly renovated Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

More than 1 million visitors are expected to attend the unprecedented 10-day event, the largest show of its kind in the country. The dynamic show features nearly 1,000 of the world's latest automobiles, trucks, motorcycles and concept cars, as well as cars owned by New York Governors Franklin D. Roosevelt, Nelson Rockefeller and Andrew M. Cuomo.

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Eustace and Lagana Call on Residents to Bring Old Prescriptions to Local Police Departments for Disposal

(TRENTON) – Assemblymen Tim Eustace and Joseph Lagana are encouraging district 38 residents to bring any unused prescriptions to their police department for proper disposal as part of the “National Take Back Day” program, which discards of controlled substances as a way to prevent them from ending up in the wrong hands.

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Mayor And Council Meeting 4 22 14

Off to a late start, Mayor Rich LaBarbiera shocked the assemblage with his apology. An officer had been shot twice that day in an undercover operation in another town. The officer, who shall remain unnamed due to the undercover work, was rated as recoverable from the wounds. They were not as serious as those received by Paramus Police Officer Rachel Morgan. The Mayor asked for a moment of silence to honor the officer. The meeting officially started at 8:30 PM. It was lengthened by the interjection of politics to end at 10:20 PM. It seemed that politics was the main concern of several of the people who questioned various facets of the Agenda. Another segment was interested in the hiring and salaries mentioned.

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Pascrell Demands Federal Sandy Funds Not Be Diverted

WASHINGTON, DC - Today, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) released a letter expressing concern with reports that the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is considering diverting disaster relief funding for Superstorm Sandy victims to other areas of the country. Reacting to recent media reports in his letter, Rep. Pascrell objects to plans for CDGB-DR funding from the Sandy relief bill to be spent on a nationwide competition for resiliency projects. Rep. Pascrell cites the tremendous need that remains in New Jersey, and also offers support to Secretary Donovan for a new appropriation for a nationwide initiative, rather than the department using funding intended for Sandy victims.
The full text of the letter follows:

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Fairway Shoppers SIXTY Years Of Age Or Over Are Smarter. 6% Smarter

INTRODUCING THE ‘6% FOR SIXTY’ NEW SAVINGS PROGRAM EVERY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY AT FAIRWAY IN PARAMUS

(Paramus, NJ) It pays to be smart, savvy, a seeker of savings and 60 years of age or over, with Fairway Market’s new 6% for Sixty. Through the program, which debuted in the Woodland Park store and is now being rolled out to the Paramus, NJ store (Fashion Center Mall Route 17), customers 60 years and over will get 6% off their total bill at the register every Tuesdays and Wednesday.. They do so by presenting their free ID card, which can be obtained after filling out an application at the customer service desk in the store beginning Friday, April 25th with discounts starting on Tuesday, April 29th.

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Queen College Student Lauren Blachorsky Wins Prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship


- Flushing Resident Plans a Science Career; Spent Last Summer at MIT --

FLUSHING, NY—Lauren Blachorsky, a neuroscience major at Queens College, has been awarded the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, the nation’s premier award for undergraduates majoring in math, science and engineering. As a Goldwater Scholar, Blachorsky will receive a scholarship to cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, and room and board up to a maximum of $7,500 per year. Blachorsky, who will graduate next year, is a member of the Macaulay Honors College at QC.

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”Spring Wildflowers” With Carol Gracie

THE MASTER GARDENERS OF BERGEN & PASSAIC COUNTY
”Spring Wildflowers” With Carol Gracie
The Master Gardeners of Bergen and Passaic County welcome, Carol Gracie to a joint education program: “Spring Wildflowers of the North East”.
The wildflowers that brighten our woodlands in spring are more than just a delight for the eye and a lift for the winter-weary spirit. Each has a role in the environment. Come and learn about the fascinating life histories of some favorite spring wildflowers.

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Kerry Ann Mendez to present "Design Tips for Easy Care Gardens"

The Wyckoff Area Garden Club spring fundraiser on Wednesday, April 23 at the Wyckoff Library. The featured speaker is Kerry Ann Mendez, an avid gardener, author, consultant, designer, HGTV personality, and lecturer. She will discuss “Design Tips for Easy Care Gardens.” Funny, engaging and entertaining, Kerry Ann will welcome all your gardening questions. After the program she will sign copies of her books.
Come and enjoy delicious desserts and tea sandwiches and browse the tables of spring plants for sale. Door prizes and raffles of gardening items will be offered. Share your joy of gardening with the members of the Garden Club.
Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. To order tickets or for more info email debgfisk@aol.com. You may also call 201 560-1496201 560-1496
For more information on the Wyckoff Area Garden Club visit our website @ www.wyckoffgc.org.

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Paramus Police Announce Arrest Of Burglary Suspect


Christopher Gallo
The Paramus Police Department with the assistance of the Belleville Police Department, announces the arrest of Christopher Gallo, 20, yoa, of Belleville NJ, for Burglary and Theft of Credit Cards. The arrest came about as a result of a lengthy investigation by the Paramus Police Detective Division. Detective Glen Pagano was the lead detective in this investigation.

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Startups Pitch at BookExpo America 2014

Announcing the unveiling of the BookExpo Startup Challenge; an event at BookExpo America where publishing startups compete for the opportunity to win cash prizes and pitch to the VCs in attendance
New York, NY, April 16th, 2014: Publishing technology startups will be making their pitches to leaders in Venture Capital, Technology, and Publishing organizations at this year's BEA convention.

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