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Friday, February 23 2018 @ 01:17 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, February 23 2018 @ 01:17 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

New Jersey Voters: Obama Does Not Deserve A Second Term; Republicans Somewhat Satisfied With Choices


Only 43 percent of New Jersey’s registered voters think President Barack Obama deserves to be re-elected in 2012, down from 48 percent in February 2011, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. Another 47 percent say Obama does not deserve to be re-elected, up from 39 percent in February. Meanwhile, the state’s Republican voters are not overly enthusiastic about their potential nominees, with only 3 percent “very satisfied,” 56 percent “somewhat satisfied” and 31 percent “not satisfied” with the GOP field.

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New Jersey 50th State to Adopt Sub-Metering for New Construction Multi-Family Properties


New regulations reflecting the Christie Administration’s environmental and energy conservation policies are beginning to emerge, as the NJ Board of Public Utilities approved a petition submitted by the  New Jersey Apartment Association (“NJAA”) for approval of water sub-metering in newly constructed multi-family properties on Thursday.  

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Tucson Electric Power And MSi LED Lighting Delivers Huge Savings For Tucson Retailer


Retail Furniture Chain Sam Levitz Replaces Showroom’s Hot Halogen Spotlights with Super Efficient, Cool Burning LED Lighting. Estimated Annual Energy and Maintenance Savings of $268,000 Produces $3.1 Million in Savings Over Lifespan of the MSi Lights.
  The “Sunshine Factory” has gotten a little bit brighter and greener thanks to the addition of over 5,000 MSi iPAR LED lighting fixtures. Tucson, Arizona based furniture retailer Sam Levitz recently replaced all of the halogen spotlights in four of its five locations with super efficient MSi LED lighting.

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Local Cresskill Realtor Office Supports Homeless Veterans


The Alfred J. Thomas Home for Veterans is a partnership between the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, the County of Bergen, and Care Plus NJ, Inc.  Care Plus NJ, Inc. began operating the Alfred J. Thomas Home for Veterans in 2003 to provide an opportunity for homeless male veterans to rebuild their lives in a supportive environment. This is the only facility of this type in Bergen County, which provides safe and stable transitional housing with professional supportive services. Friedberg Properties was alerted to the needs of these Veterans through one of their agents and kicked off a campaign to help make this point in the Veterans lives a bit easier with donations from the “Wish List” posted on the Home’s website: http://www.co.bergen.nj.us/bcdhs/pdfs/VetsHouse.pdf.

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The Disney Channel’s Next Big Thing Could Include Saddle Brook, New Jersey Native Mikey Montalbano of Hollywood Ending


Voting for Disney’s 4th Season of N.B.T. Starts October 14

Percussionist Mikey Montalbano of Saddle Brook, New Jersey and his band Hollywood Ending have made the final cut of Disney’s search for the next teen music sensation, “N.B.T.” Seventeen-year-old Montalbano will compete against other young musical talents on the fourth season of Disney’s N.B.T

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Two Bergen County Nurses Complete Prestigious Scholarship Program Aimed at Ending Nurse Faculty Shortage in New Jersey


Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Jersey Nursing Initiative Graduates 18 Scholars Who Will Teach the Next Generation of Nurses

New Jersey, like the rest of the country, is facing potentially crippling nurse and nurse faculty shortages. Without enough prospective nursing students to fill the gap or sufficient nurse faculty to teach them, the Garden State’s health will suffer and health care costs will likely increase.

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St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Physician Honored as ‘2011 NY Yankees EMS Person of the Year’


St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center’s (SJRMC) own James N. Pruden, Sr, MD, FACEP, Director of Emergency Preparedness, Emergency Medical Services, and Telemedicine, SJRMC, was honored by the New York Yankees Association at the 5th Annual EMS Appreciation Night at Yankee Stadium. Dr. Pruden was presented with the ‘2011 NY Yankees EMS Person of the Year’ Award during a pre-game ceremony on the field. Winners of this annual award are nominated by their peers.

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Hurricane Irene Approaches: For Boaters, Luck May Have Run Out


Any way you look at it, boaters have been lucky lately with hurricanes — but that luck may be about to run out.
The last major storm to make US landfall was Hurricane Ike in 2008. However, forecasters now say Hurricane Irene, currently churning near the Bahamas, will likely skirt the east coast of Florida on Friday and is currently predicted to make landfall on the North Carolina coast as a Category 3 or 4 storm this weekend. Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) is urging boaters to take steps now to prepare and has some online help with the web’s most complete Hurricane Resource Center designed specifically for boaters at BoatUS.com/hurricanes.

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Bergen Kicks Off 2011-2012 Theatre Season with Cousin Brucie and The Drifters, September 9, 2011


“Cousin Bruce” Morrow, a legendary radio personality, and The Drifters, a doo-wop and R&B/soul vocal group, kick off the 2011-2012 Ciccone Theatre Season at Bergen Community College with a performance to support adults struggling with literacy.
The concert will be held on Friday, September 9, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre on the College’s main campus in Paramus. Following the performance, Cousin Brucie will host a meet-and-greet session and sign copies of his best-selling book “Rock and Roll: And the Beat Goes On.”

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Cassidy Turley Reports New Jersey Office Market Showing Signs of Improvement


The office market in New Jersey has shown slight improvement and there are encouraging signs for the future, but steady job growth will be the key to achieving sustainable stabilization and momentum in the sector, according to recently released Office Market Snapshots for the Northern and Central New Jersey markets from Cassidy Turley, a leading commercial real estate services provider in the U.S.

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