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Wagner Bill To Preserve Bergen County Farmland Signed Into Law

Bill Provides $1.5M for Bergen County Preservation Efforts

Legislation Assemblywoman Connie Wagner sponsored to help preserve Bergen County farmland was signed into law on Wednesday. The bill (A-4060) appropriates $39 million to provide planning incentive grants to counties for up to 80 percent of the cost of buying development rights for farmland preservation purposes. The money was approved by voters as part of the Green Acres program.

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Garden State Harmonica Club Meeting Held Twice a Month in Glen Rock on September 6 and September 19, 2011


Due to the Monday Labor Day holiday, the Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 6 and on Monday, September 19 at 7:30 pm in room 103 at the Community Church of Glen Rock, 354 Rock Road in Glen Rock. Enter the rear meeting building via the parking lot at Hamilton Avenue. The church is handicapped accessible.  Business meetings and playing are held regularly on the first Monday of each month with an informal second meeting taking place on the third Monday that includes instruction in reading music for interested members and guests. Come on out and join us for an evening of great fun and music!

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Hartz Mountain Pursues a Positive Environmental Impact

Northern New Jersey has its first LEED certified hotel, the Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel in Weehawken, which was among several Hartz Mountain properties and sustainability programs that generated recognition and certification from institutions including the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), Environmental Protection Agency and the Building Owners and Managers Association of New Jersey (BOMA).

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Save a Life: Adopt a Greyhound at Bergen Community College, September 27, 2011

Representatives from Greyhound Friends of New Jersey will visit Bergen Community College for the annual Greyhound Adoption Day on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the lobby of the L-wing, Pitkin Education Center, on the College’s main campus in Paramus.
The College encourages members of the public to attend and learn about ex-racing greyhound adoption. Representatives will answer questions about the breed and videos will be shown on racing greyhounds and their treatment.

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NCLR Taps Online Gaming As New Tool For Financial Education

A new partnership between NCLR (National Council of La Raza) and the Doorways to Dreams (D2D) Fund proves that learning how to protect your investments and save up for the future can be fun.  NCLR and D2D are excited to launch a national Farm Blitz Tournament today, inviting participants to play this popular online game to help players improve their financial knowledge and enter them to win fantastic prizes.  The game is available in both Spanish and English and the tournament will run through mid-September.

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Chairman John Driscoll Speaks in Opposition of Proposed Toll Hikes at Port Authority Public Hearings

Bergen County Freeholder Chairman John Driscoll Jr. spoke in opposition of the proposed toll increases at the Hudson River crossings during the Port Authority Public Hearings on Tuesday evening.  The one day of public hearings held throughout the region focused on the proposed increase to the tolls across the Hudson River crossings to $4 more for E-ZPass users and $7 more for cash customer with another $2 increase planned in 2014.  Under the proposal, PATH users will also be affected by a fare increase of one dollar.

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A Movie Too Big To Ignore - The Elephant In The Living Room - Coming to Video August 23rd

A five hundred pound African lion attacking cars on a freeway, A sixteen foot Burmese Python in a restaurant parking lot. A panther running loose in a residential neighborhood

The Elephant in the Living Room takes viewers on a journey deep inside the controversial subculture where the most dangerous animals on earth are kept as common household pets.  Director Michael Webber follows Tim Harrison, a leading authority and the man responsible for the rescue and capture of “domesticated” exotic animals, as he works through the flood of calls he receives of dangerous predators roaming the inner-city and nearby suburbs.  Tim deals with a ten-foot alligator walking through the streets of a mid-western town, a gaboon viper lurking in a garage, a leopard running through streets of a major city and an African lion chasing cars on the freeway, and countless other sightings of cougars, tigers, lions, bears and reptiles.

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Ronald McDonald House Charities of The New York Tri-State Area Awards $14,000 to the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation (ECF)

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the New York Tri-State Area (RMHC-NYTSA) recently awarded $7,000, plus a matching grant of $7,000 from Ronald McDonald House Charities Global, to the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation (ECF). This grant benefits Hispanic children with cancer and their families who live in New Jersey.

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Nationally-Ranked Fair Lawn High School Marching Band And Color Guard Polish Their Skills And Practice Their Drills

Nationally-Ranked Fair Lawn High School Marching Band And Color Guard Polish Their Skills And Practice Their Drills Launching 2011-12 Season
Sounds of Summer Take on a New Beat at Two-Week Camp

The sounds of summer have taken on a new beat in this northern Bergen County Township as the nationally-ranked Fair Lawn High School Marching Band and Color Guard polish their skills and practice their drills in a two-week camp at the school. The students are preparing their 2011-12 show entitled “Bound.”

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias,

Why Is Dad Doing That?: Ten Unwanted Behaviors Alzheimer’s Patients Exhibit…and How to Deal with Them
When someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, his or her behavior will change, seemingly without reason or explanation. Nataly Rubinstein explains ten common behaviors that baffle and frustrate caregivers—and shares a wealth of practical advice on how to handle them.
     No doubt about it: when someone you love is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or some other cause of dementia, it’s a crushing blow. Not only must you face the fact that your loved one has a degenerative (and ultimately fatal) condition, you also have to deal with a plethora of increasingly strange behaviors. Mother tells the same story fifty times a day and wanders the house all night. Or Dad compulsively loads and then unloads the dishwasher. Or your devoted spouse of thirty years is suddenly convinced you’re cheating on him with the next-door neighbor.

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