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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Thursday, February 22 2018 @ 09:58 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Thursday, February 22 2018 @ 09:58 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Screw Up, Move Up, Cover Up: The Fast and Furious Edition



Michelle Malkin

There are now enough Operation Fast and Furious officials playing hide-and-seek in the Obama administration to fill a "rubber room."
That's the nickname for taxpayer-subsidized holding pens, such as the ones in the New York City public schools, where crooked employees are separated from the system and paid to do nothing. Perhaps the White House can stimulate a few construction jobs by adding an entire rubber room annex for "reassigned" scandal bureaucrats at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. It's getting mighty crowded.

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PSE&G update - Wednesday Morning


PSE&G continues to make significant progress restoring power to customers affected by Sunday's hurricane, which is the worst in the company's history in terms of outages.  A total of 750,000 electric customers were affected.
• In the second day following the severe storm, power is back on for about 688,000 customers, while we work to safely restore about 62,000 customers.  The company expects to restore electric service to the majority of these customers within 24 to 48 hours, with the remaining customers within the next 3 to 5 days.

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New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera Announces 2011-2012 Season - A Year of Love, Tragedy and Suicide



Act two: Germillon

-- TOSCA, IL TROVATORE, MADAMA BUTTERFLY to be Performed  --

North Jersey’s only professional grand opera company, New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera (Verismo Opera), proudly announces another season of grand opera with the new productions Tosca, Il Trovatore, and Madama Butterfly.  Based in Fort Lee, the nonprofit, tax-exempt opera company launches the 2011-2012 season -- A Year of Love, Tragedy and Suicide -- with professional concerts, operalogues, master classes, educational programs, and the international 23rd annual Verismo Opera Vocal Competition.  The company is under the direction of Lucine Amara, one of the Metropolitan Opera’s finest dramatic sopranos.

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Ride for a Cause - 12th Annual Andiamo Benefit Motorcycle Run Supports Local Charities



Ride for a Cause

A scenic drive down Route 9W; a trip across the George Washington Bridge - closed just for you. What could be better than that? - enjoying a great time while helping to make a difference in your community.

That’s what nearly 1,000 motorcycle riders will do on Sunday, September 18 when they participate in the 12th Annual Andiamo Benefit Motorcycle Run. The Run begins at 10:00 a.m. at Andiamo Restaurant in Haworth, New Jersey and ends there with a post-run party, walk-ins are welcome. Glenn Toepert will be one of the many participants helping to make a difference during this year’s Run, which is organized by Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Foundation trustee and owner of Andiamo Restaurant, Don Dickstein, and his son, Alan.

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BoatUS: Irene Could Cause Up to $500 Million Damage to Recreational Boats


Upstate NY and New England Regions Hit Hardest
Coastal areas are usually the hardest hit when a hurricane strikes. However, early reports from Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) indicate that Hurricane Irene struck inland lake and river regions in New York and New England particularly hard, including the Hudson and Mohawk River Valleys, Lake George, NY, Lake Champlain, NY, and Lake Winnipesaukee, NH, as well as Cape Cod, MA. The nation’s largest boat owner’s group estimates the total damage to recreational boats from South Carolina to Maine could total up to $500 million (editor’s note: this early estimate applies to boats only; this figure does not include any boating infrastructure). The last hurricane to strike the US, Hurricane Ike (2008), was estimated to cause $200 million in damage to recreational boats.

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Paramus In The Aftermath Of Irene - Rambling Around Town On Tuesday


Aftermath of Irene
Tuesday morning started with my usual Paramus Sunrise Rotary meeting at the IBEW on W. Century and Robin Roads. Except we couldn’t hold the meeting there because the Electrical School building had no power. Unbelievable, because they have a solar panel source on the roof. However when I asked DJ about it, he mentioned that they were not allowed to use it when the grid was turned off as in this situation. Paramus Sunrise Rotary moved to Doctors Express on Ridgewood Avenue to hold their meeting.

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Gordon, Wagner & Eustace Call Tea Party Opponents-Repudiate Calls for Budget Cuts in Exchange for Irene Disaster Relief Aid


Senator Bob Gordon, Assemblywoman Connie Wagner and Mayor Tim Eustace today called upon their tea party opponents to denounce calls by Rep. Scott Garrett and other radicals to hold hurricane disaster relief hostage to draconian budget cuts. Garrett recently campaigned with Tea Party Republican candidate for State Senate John Driscoll. Earlier this week, Garrett stated that he would oppose disaster relief unless it was accompanied by massive spending cuts – a political calculation that would effectively paralyze relief efforts at a time when they are most needed.

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PSE&G Hurricane Update


PSE&G is making substantial progress restoring power to customers affected by yesterday's hurricane, which is the worst in the company's history as measured by the number of customers without power.
• Electricity is back on for more than 563,000 customers, while work continues to restore about 147,000 customers statewide.  The company expects the majority of these customers to be restored within 24 to 48 hours, with the remaining customers within the next 4 to 6 days.
• While the sun is now shining, restoration efforts remain complex.  Hurricane Irene posed a direct hit to PSE&G's service territory with both wind and flooding.  In addition to downed trees and wires, flooding has created major restoration challenges, especially in counties like Bergen, Middlesex, Somerset and Union.

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The Allendale Community For Mature Living To Host Programs For Area Seniors Throughout September And October


Health Fair, Community Events Highlight Fall Offerings

The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living will host a variety of social, cultural and educational programs this fall. Area seniors are also invited to stay fit and healthy by participating in The Atrium’s Annual Health Fair. The following events are free and open to the public

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Events Continue At Harmon Meadow With A Free Outdoor Concert And A Carnival In September


Exciting events carry into the fall season in the heart of the Meadowlands at The Plaza at Harmon Meadow in Secaucus, New Jersey. Come out and experience all that Harmon Meadow has to offer with action-packed, close-to-home fun that is sure to please adults and children alike.

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