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Tuesday, June 19 2018 @ 12:23 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, June 19 2018 @ 12:23 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Wagner Hopeful New Poll Showing Heavy Support For Sports Betting Portends Ballot Approval


With the upcoming election less than three weeks away, Assemblywoman Connie Wagner is encouraged by a new poll released on Wednesday showing New Jersey voters overwhelmingly support a proposed constitutional amendment to legalize sports betting in New Jersey. Wagner is one of the sponsors of the proposed constitutional amendment (ACR-167) that asks voters whether New Jersey should allow sports betting at Atlantic City casinos and horse racing tracks in the state, if federal law is changed.

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Another Example of Connie Wagner’s Jobs Plan: Waste Thousands of Tax Dollars To Block New Jobs


In Paramus, Connie Wagner Supported Costly and Invalid Effort to Block a New Business And Jobs From Coming To Town
As a Paramus Councilwoman, Connie Wagner wasted taxpayer dollars in an effort to stop a new business from coming to town even though the Borough had already spent $70,000 fighting the proposal that had legal authorization from the planning board.
 

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Driscoll/Goldberg/Alonso Call On Gordon/Wagner/Eustace To Support Property Tax Relief Instead Of Judges’ Benefits


District 38 Republican Candidates Say Opponents Can Make Amends For Voting Against Pension Reform And Property Tax Relief By Supporting Constitutional Amendment Making Judges Pay Their Fair Share
District 38 Republican Legislative Candidates John Driscoll, Richard Goldberg and Fernando Alonso said today they support Governor Christie’s effort to make sure judges share in the sacrifice of the historic pension and healthcare reform law that will save property taxpayers $120 billion over the next 30 years.
 

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Driscoll Works On Solutions To Bergen County Flooding While Bob Gordon Plays Games in Trenton


Republican Senate Candidate John Driscoll Is Leading Effort To Find Permanent Solutions To Persistent Flooding In Bergen County

While Bob Gordon finally discovered that flooding is a problem in Bergen County, Freeholder Chairman and 38th District Republican Senate Candidate John Driscoll has been working in the communities to find permanent solutions to Bergen County’s worsening flood problem.
“After eight years in Trenton, Bob Gordon has discovered the communities he represents flood,” Driscoll said. “It’s suspicious that he has come to this realization just before an election, but I’m glad he’s finally focused on doing something to help people in the 38th District who suffer.”

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Fair Lawn High School Marching Band Earns First Place & All Caption Awards in USSBA Central NJ Regional Competition


Fair Lawn Also Achieved the Highest Score of any Band Competing in the Invitational

Fair Lawn High School Marching Band earned first place and all caption awards in the U.S. Scholastic Band Association (USSBA) Central New Jersey Regional Competition, a Marine Corps Invitational. The group also received the highest score of the event, performing their 2011-12 show, Bound.

“The band has competed in four USSBA competitions this season, earning three first place finishes, and one second place finish to Nazareth High School (PA) - last year’s USSBA Group IV National Champion,” noted Jamie Szeinberg, assistant to the High School Band director, Paul Kafer. “The season is now half over, and the students have done exceptionally well, taking the caption awards in every category for two consecutive weeks and three times for music and percussion in addition to their overall scoring.” 

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Season's First Significant Snow Headed for Denver


A tree-bending, travel-disrupting snowstorm is what residents of Denver and other cities along the I-25 corridor will experience next this week.
Monday's sunshine and record 80-degree warmth will be replaced with several inches of snow, brisk winds, clouds and highs in the 30s Wednesday.
The snow will threaten to cause power outages late Tuesday night and Wednesday. Trees across the Denver area are still full of foliage. The snow will cling and weigh down branches as the temperature dips.

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Sugar and Plumm


This fall, Sugar and Plumm, Purveyors of Yumm, a delightful, whimsical boutique and cafe opens its doors in Paramus, NJ. In the 64-seat dining area, guests can enjoy all day breakfast selections, as well as satisfying lunch and dinner options while relaxing on oversized plum colored banquettes that sit under voluminous floating clouds.

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Congressman Rothman: Deadline Approaching for FEMA Disaster Assistance


New Jersey residents who sustained damage from Hurricane Irene have until November 30, 2011 to register for assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).“It is essential that those who have suffered from Hurricane Irene receive the assistance they deserve,” said Congressman Rothman. “Those seeking FEMA assistance should go to www.disasterassistance.gov, www.fema.gov or call FEMA toll-free, 800-621-3362 (FEMA).  As always, if I can be of any assistance to anyone affected by the flooding, please contact my Hackensack office at (201) 646-0808.”

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Mayor Rich LaBarbiera Welcomes Habitat For Humanity To Paramus


Habitat For Humanity - Paramus-
Early Saturday morning Paramus Mayor Rich LaBarbiera welcomed Jacey Raimondo, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County to Paramus Borough Hall for a special “Brush with Kindness” effort revitalizing the homes of single working mothers and senior citizens living in Paramus. This joint effort overseen by Diane Marichal, Housing Liaison Coordinator, and Joe D’Arco, Borough Administrator, saw an assemblage of Paramus leaders and student volunteers. Together they approached ten houses in Paramus to tend to lawns, leaves, hedges and property maintenance.
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Bergen Center For Child Development Holds Open House On October 26


[media:20111023003133202] Want to find out how you can help a child with special needs succeed in life?  Come to the Bergen Center for Child Development’s first-ever Outreach Breakfast on Wednesday morning, October 26, 2011, beginning at 7:30 am at 140 Park Street, Haworth, NJ.
Bergen Center is a small, nonprofit, private, special education school located in Haworth NJ. Their student population comes from a wide range of sending school districts in NJ. Student’s disabilities' range from Autism, Multiple, Behavioral, Emotionally Disabilities, Cognitively Impaired and Traumatic Brain Injury.

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