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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

CBRE Announces The Contribution Of Montrose Crossing In Rockville, MD To A Joint Venture



Montrose Crossing In Rockville

Jeffrey Dunne and David Gavin of CBRE's New York Institutional Group and Bill Kent and Gary Lawrence from CBRE's Washington, D.C. office represented BVS Montrose, LLC in the contribution of Montrose Crossing in Rockville, MD to a joint venture with Federal Realty Investment Trust being the majority partner. Montrose Crossing is a 365,705± SF regional power center located on Rockville Pike, the region's major commercial and retail corridor. The property is fully leased and anchored by a diverse tenant mix, including Giant Food, Sports Authority, Marshall's and Barnes & Noble

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Financial Guru and Bestselling Author Suze Orman Comes to Paramus Barnes & Noble


Saturday, January 14, 2012 at 2:00 PM
In nine electrifying, empowering classes, Suze Orman teaches us how to navigate these unprecedented financial times. With her trademark directness, she shows us how to tackle the complicated mix of money and family, how to avoid making costly mistakes in real estate, and how to get traction in your career or rebuild after a professional setback

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NEW Technology Has Big Impact on Drivers OnStar Unveils a New Partnership and Advancements to Cloud Technology


OnStar was initially known as the premier emergency crash response system, but thanks to new features that have been added, users will also be able to access newly unveiled cloud based technology which allows drivers to do almost everything from putting on a movie for your kids to watch in the backseat, to adjusting the temperature of your house from the car even when you are miles away.
 

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“Caylee’s Law” By Wisniewski, Caputo, Wagner, Mainor, Mckeon, Prieto, Evans & Fuentes Bolsters Search For Missing Children


Legislation sponsored by Assembly members John S. Wisniewski, Ralph R. Caputo, Connie Wagner, Charles Mainor, John F. McKeon, Vincent Prieto, Elease Evans and Angel Fuentes that would aid in the search for missing children by making it a crime to not report a missing child within 24 hours, was signed into law Monday.

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Wagner, Prieto, Coughlin, Vainieri Huttle Bill Providing Long Term Relief For Residents Besieged By Flooding Signed Into Law


A measure sponsored by Assembly Democrats Connie Wagner, Vincent Prieto, Craig Coughlin and Valerie Vainieri Huttle received final legislative approval by the full Senate on Thursday, bringing towns and homeowners besieged by record flooding was signed into law on Monday.
“With record weather events increasing, what might have been a viable property years ago, isn’t necessarily the case now due to development, infrastructure and changing weather patterns,” said Wagner (D-Bergen).  “It’s time to look at the bigger picture and figure out how we can address this problem moving forward.”

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Commitment to Charitable Giving Benefits Englewood Hospital



Cresskill residents Yaz and Sweta Shah

The Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Foundation (englewoodhospitalfoundation.org ) recently received a generous gift from local Cresskill residents Yaz and Sweta Shah. Parents to two small children and owners of a successful local business, the young couple is determined to make a difference in their community through charitable giving

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State College/University Association’s New CEO Appoints Director of Government and Legal Affairs


Michael W. Klein, who became CEO of the New Jersey Association of State Colleges and Universities (ASCU) this month,  today announced the appointment of a new director of Government and Legal Affairs,  Barbara Berreski, Esq.

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The Year of the Quitter: Why Stopping These Twelve Habits Will Make 2012 Your Best Year Yet


As the saying goes, nobody likes a quitter. But if you really want to experience true happiness and fulfillment this year, that’s exactly what Todd Patkin says you should strive to be in a few key areas. Overall, Americans are just plain exhausted—and it isn’t surprising. Society tells us (not very subtly, either) that we need to perform to a certain standard, look a certain way, weigh a certain number, make a certain amount of money, and much more. Too bad that “perfect” lifestyle is impossible to achieve. Nobody can do it all, all of the time. So when you inevitably take on too much and allow one of the plates you’re juggling to drop, you end up disappointed, tired, and miserable. Case in point: How are your New Year’s resolutions faring? Chances are, they’ve already fallen by the wayside, and you’re feeling like a failure.

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Refusing To Be Held Down Member Of Ugandan Parliament Talks About Family And Success


In this part of the world, its something that just isn’t talked about. Women feel shamed by domestic violence and often have no support from families. Some men view women as just another possession. Beatrice Kiraso suffered emotional and physical abuse in her marriage. But, she found her strength and thinks others in similar relationships can find their strength too.

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Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Advocate Rates Sandusky Media Coverage a “C”


A new report today praised early media coverage of the Penn State University child sexual abuse crisis for its broader perspective and precise language but criticized its failure to address solutions for prevention. The report, released by the Ms. Foundation for Women and the Berkeley Media Studies Group, recognized the media for its ability to tell an institutional story about university officials’ failure to report and end abuse after they learned of it. However, the coverage fell short in examining what preliminary measures should have been taken to prevent the abuse from occurring and what steps are being taken now to prevent future abuse.

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The Moody Blues Performs LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC Monday, April 16th 8:00PM



Sanho Launches CloudFTP At CES

The Moody Blues, the band that Rolling Stone magazine has called the “Sistine Chapel of popular music” is performing live at bergenPAC, Monday, April 16th at 8:00pm. In an endless sea of rock and pop formats, The Moody Blues have distinguished themselves through four decades as that shimmering jewel vindicating rock music as a substantial artistic contribution to Western culture

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Old Geezer Turns Stereotypes On Their Heads In More Ways Than One


O’Leary has a few well-hidden secrets. Like those never-to-be-talked- about hit-and-run sexual escapades or that fatal bludgeoning of the wounded guy. And don’t forget how O’Leary coerced the old woman in the interrogation chamber, or the $100,000 gift for helping the corporate power struggle come out right. Oddly enough, O’Leary is a woman. Navy Lt. Barbara O’Leary to be exact.

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Hubbell Expands wiHUBB® Wireless Technology to Popular Southwest® Series


Energy Saving wiHUBB® capabilities now available in select Hubbell Outdoor and Spaulding fixtures

Hubbell Lighting Inc. is proud to announce the expansion of its exclusive wiHUBB® technology in select Southwest® Series products available in both the Hubbell Outdoor and Spaulding Lighting portfolios.  As the first in the industry to offer smart lighting fixtures with wireless control technology built-in at the factory, Hubbell continues to expand its wiHUBB offering.

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Immigrant Who Worked Undercover For NJ Police Now Faces Deportation


Campaign on Change.org calls on Immigration and Customs Enforcement to release Charbel Chehoud, a Lebanese immigrant with pending asylum case who served as undercover New Jersey police informant and now faces imminent deportation.

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Oliver To Take Oath For 2nd Term As Speaker, Greenwald To Become Majority Leader & New Assembly Members To Take Oaths



Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver will take the oath for a second term as New Jersey General Assembly Speaker, Lou Greenwald will take the oath as Assembly majority leader and new members elected in November will take their oaths when the Assembly reorganizes on Tuesday.
The Jan. 10 proceedings will take place at noon in Patriots Theater at the War Memorial near the State House in Trenton.

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New Report from IBHS Evaluates Building Codes in 18 Coastal States


The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) today released a new report which provides an analysis of residential building codes in the 18 hurricane-prone coastal states along the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Coast.

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Epoxy-Painted Floors: Fab but Don't DIY



Epoxy Floors

Q: Is it possible to paint floors so they look like stained concrete? I really like the smooth, seamless look, but I'm in a condo and there's no way I can have poured concrete. Is there another way to get the look?

A: Take a leaf from the book of visual tricks belonging to architect Charles "Chip" Bohl. In his own apartment, he used epoxy paint to seal the floors, so they gleam as smooth and shiny as ice underfoot.

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Some of My Favorite Fashion Things



Fashion Resolutions

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens...well, maybe not so much. Warm woolen mittens? Now we're getting closer. Some of my favorite things to give for the holiday season usually, of course, have some sort of "fashion factor" to them, and this year, my list of favorites is long. However, in the interest of Santa's budgetary constraints, here are just a few of my favorite fashion things -- all for under $100:

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Wagner, Coughlin & Evans Bill To Help Out-Of-Work Police Officers Signed Into Law


Legislation sponsored by Assembly members Connie Wagner, Craig J.  Coughlin and Elease Evans allowing police officers who have been fired due to economic reasons to avoid retaking the police training course if they are rehired within a certain timeframe is now law.

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Fashion Resolutions



Fashion Resolutions
Last year I made a few New Year's resolutions, even though now I am reminded that I really don't like to put that much pressure on myself. All this hype about the "new you, new year" is fine, but then most of the time I kind of like myself the way I am. However, I admit, there's always room for improvement. So at the beginning of this year, I am reflecting on 2011 to see just exactly what I did (or did not) accomplish when it comes to "style resolutions."  

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