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Friday, April 20 2018 @ 04:50 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, April 20 2018 @ 04:50 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

The Year in Obama Scandals -- and Scandal Deniers



Michelle Malkin

 With 2011 drawing to a close, it is time to account. As an early-and-often chronicler of Chicago-on-the-Potomac, I am amazed at the stubborn and clingy persistence of President Barack Obama's snowblowers in the media. See no scandal, hear no scandal, speak no scandal.
Dartmouth College professor Brendan Nyhan asserted in May -- while Operation Fast and Furious subpoenas were flying on Capitol Hill -- that "one of the least remarked upon aspects of the Obama presidency has been the lack of scandals." Conveniently, he defines scandal as a "widespread elite perception of wrongdoing."

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Here’s to Your Wealth! Eight Ways to Outsmart the Overspending Impulse in 2012


For many Americans, overspending seems like a birthright. But, warns financial advisor and author Leslie Greenman, sooner or later, those bad spending habits will catch up with you. She explains why we feel compelled to overspend and provides advice for making 2012 the year you tighten your purse strings

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Key Wilde and Mr Clarke Bring Rootsy Music and Wit to Symphony Space on January 14th


Presenting ..  Key Wilde and Mr Clarke fanciful, rootsy music from a NYC based duo Two family friendly shows January 14, 2012, 11 am and 2 pm “Kids will likely get a kick out of the nutty lyrics in ditties about dogs who think they are frogs and fish that fly.  Parents can vibe too.”

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Joseph Cipolla Senior Center Monthly Activities For January 2012



Senior Center Director Eileen McDowell
Eileen McDowell, the Joseph Cipolla Senior Center Director has scheduled an interesting and active January. Not only that, but she is looking to establish a knitting or crocheting group for the 4th Tuesday of each month at 2 PM. Eileen will even accept needlepoint advocates into this new group. No signup necessary, just bring in the item you may be working on.  To end the old and start the new year, she has planned a New Years Eve Party at the Center starting at 8 PM with DJ Ron playing and delicious food from the Market Basket in Maywood. Reservations have been required!

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Mayor And Council Meeting 12-27-11


Mayor and Council Meeting 12-27-11
The highlights of the last Mayor and Council meeting of the 2011 year were the farewells to and by the two outgoing Councilwomen, Maureen O'Brien and Cathy Bentz along with the swearing in of Tom LoCicero as the new Councilman replacing the position vacated by Alan Brundage.  Councilman Nazziola in his report, stated that the Borough leaf collection was finished and that leaves would now have to be placed in biodegradable bags and placed curbside on the proper collection days. The public meeting got started late at 8:46 due to a procedure problem.

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Holiday Season Decor & Lighting In Paramus


Holiday Season Decor & Lighting In Paramus
www.ParamusPost.com took a tour of a small area of Paramus searching for interesting decorations. Many of these had to be snapped while moving due to the heavy Paramus traffic. There are many more areas to be considered and we wonder why Paramus doesn't have an organization that would credit these homeowners for their ingenuity and zeal during this holiday season. Given the opportunity, we will scour the streets again looking for interesting and ingenuous house decorations. It is the season to be jolly!
Please send us pictures of your celebration of Christmas and/or Hanukah and we will be happy to add them to our picture displays.

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Seven Thousand New Jersey Office Cleaners Win New Contract With Pay Raises


- Strike Averted Four Days Before Contract Expiration-
The 32BJ SEIU Bargaining Committee has announced tentative agreement for a four-year contract covering 7,000 office building cleaners around New Jersey. If ratified, the wages of building cleaners represented by 32BJ would increase each year over the four years covered by the contract.

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MaxLite Adds New LEDs to MaxLED™ Comprehensive Line of Light Sources and Luminaires


Expanding its comprehensive line of energy efficient light sources, MaxLite has introduced new state-of-the art LED lamps to its popular MaxLED™ family of LED lamps and luminaires. MaxLite is a leading, global manufacturer and marketer of energy efficient luminaires and lamps. MaxLite’s new LED lamps provide better quality than incandescent or CFL lamps and many return on their investment within a year. With a long life of up to 50 times longer than incandescent bulbs, totaling up to 50,000 hours or 12 to 13 years based on eight hours of daily usage

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New Jersey Building Cleaners Enter Last Scheduled Contract Talks Today


- 7,000 Office Building Cleaners Will Prepare to Strike if Agreement Not Reached Tuesday -
The union representing 7,000 office building cleaners around New Jersey is making a last attempt to reach a fair contract for the workers before union members begin preparations to strike. More than two months after the union began negotiations with a consortium of cleaning contractors, the two sides remain far apart on wages and health care coverage. With less than five days remaining before the current contract expires at midnight on December 31st, today is the last scheduled day for bargaining.

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Dogs Need Proper Exercise Regimens Year-Round, Even in Cold Weather


Proper Dog Walking Brings Peace to the Pack, Simulates Primal Pack Hunt for Food
Colder weather often means less exercise for dogs, which need at least 30 minutes of daily aerobic exercise.  According to Chris Rago, owner of Pet’s Best Friend NJ, a division of Oradell, NJ-based Doggy Deuce Removal Service, www.doggydeucerml.com, “Dogs, like people, are healthier and happier when they get proper exercise, even when the temperatures drop.

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