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Monday, October 14 2019 @ 05:02 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Assembly Panel To Continue Job Creation & Economic Development Effort


Job Training, Small Biz Expansion, Job Creation & Retention on Agenda

The Assembly Appropriations Committee will meet Thursday to continue the Assembly’s job creation and economic development push by considering bills to promote job training for out-of-work residents, encourage small business expansion and entice businesses to engage in economic development, job creation and the preservation of existing jobs.

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Dollar Tree Holiday Toy Drive to Benefit Military Children


Operation Homefront and Tri-State area Dollar Tree stores have joined forces again this holiday season to gather holiday gifts for military children in the Boston area. The toys will be donated by customers of the more than 4,000 Dollar Tree and Deal$ stores nationwide. 

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"Once a Decade" Santa Ana Wind Event for California


All the ingredients are coming together for a severe Santa Ana wind event to unfold across Southern California tonight into Thursday with other areas in the Southwest also facing potentially damaging winds."A once a decade type wind storm," is howAccuWeather.com Western Expert Meteorologist Ken Clark is describing the impending Santa Ana winds.

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Professional-Level Hiring Expected To Increase In First Quarter


Robert Half Survey: Executives See Rise in Recruiting Challenges

Employers expect to increase hiring for professional-level positions in the first quarter, but they have concerns about finding qualified candidates for these roles, a new Robert Half survey shows. A net 10 percent of executives interviewed for the Robert Half Professional Employment Report plan to add full-time staff in the first three months of the year, up three points from the fourth-quarter forecast.

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Kosher Provençale Cooking In L’isle Sur La Sorgue April 19-26, 2012


La Cuisine Cachere de Provence--”The Kosher Cooking of Provence”-- offers the ultimate experience of cuisine and culture. The week-long program, under regional kosher supervision, is a perfect combination of cooking, dining, shopping, and touring in the beautiful countryside of Provence.

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Bergen Community College Presents a Festival of Winter Holiday Music, December 16, 2011



Bergen Community College A Festival of Winter Holiday Music

Take a break from the hustle of the holiday season and enjoy a festival of music, presented by the Bergen Sinfonia Orchestra, under the direction of Murray Colosimo, a renowned conductor, clarinetist, educator and, Bergen County resident.
Get your tickets now for a joyous holiday concert - Friday, December 16, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ciccone Theatre on the main campus of Bergen Community College in Paramus.

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Westfield Garden State Shopping Center Can Boast About Their New Senior General Manager


Deborah Mattes
Having interviewed several ‘new’ senior managers, Deborah Mattes is by far the warmest of them all. Not that the others were ‘cold’ or because they were men, but her warmth, candor and friendliness comes across to whomever she is talking. With no pressure to ‘get in and out’, this lovely woman discussed many topics with me including background, family and business intent. She most certainly lives up to the www.ParamusPost.com  creed about family values and general interest.

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Menendez Co-Sponsors Bill to Stop Huge Tax Hike on Middle Class


Legislation would put more than $2000 in the pockets of average NJ families and help small businesses create jobs
Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) announced that he is co-sponsoring legislation to stop a huge tax hike from hitting middle-class families at the end of this year.  The Senate is expected to vote tomorrow on the Middle Class Tax Cut Act, which would expand and extend the payroll tax cut, putting more than $2000 back into the pocket of the average New Jersey family next year.    The bill also cuts taxes for small businesses to help them expand and create jobs.

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Former Mayor & Family Contribute Thanksgiving Meals


In continuing their annual tradition, Michael Wildes and his family organized the 2011 Thanksgiving Giveaway to provide some holiday cheer to residents of the Englewood community. Michael Wildes, managing partner of the immigration law firm Wildes & Weinberg, P.C., provided Thanksgiving lunches and plenty of smiles to the 156 residents of the Tibbs Senior Center at 111 West Street in Englewood, New Jersey.  The “Giveaway” gift lunches were sponsored by the Wildes & Weinberg law firm.

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Last Minute Speaker Cancellation Doesn’t Faze Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club President


Meeting 11-29-11
Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club President Gary Spivak was informed at the last minute that the scheduled speaker had a conflict and had to cancel. Quick to react, he asked for member bios instead. ‘Legal Beagle’ Tom Wells jumped in as acting moderator and asked poignant questions as several of the members gave the gathering an idea of what they did for a living and their background. Time passed quickly and interest was given to each bio.

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WAGNER: Quick Decision Needed On Reopening Hospital


Assemblywoman Connie Wagner (D-Bergen) released the following statement Tuesday on a State Health Planning Board decision to approve a certificate of need application for Hackensack University Medical Center to take over the closed Pascack Valley Hospital and open a 128-bed hospital:
“Ensuring working families have access to quality health care, especially in time of emergency, is always top priority.

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5 Tips for Choosing Safe Toys


According to the Toy Industry Association, toys generated nearly $21 billion in sales in 2010. Many of those purchases came during the Christmas holiday season. No matter what time of year they are purchased, a danger risk comes along with them. In fact, the Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that, during that same year, 181,500 children under the age of 15 were treated in emergency rooms across the nation as a result of toy-related injuries. There were also 17 toy-related deaths in 2010.

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YES! Magazine Honors The “Breakthrough 15”


In Celebration of Their 15th Anniversary in Nonprofit Publishing, YES! Launches Their First-Ever Awards

Who is creating the solutions we need—to confront the aftershocks of the economic recession, to halt the increasingly dire threat of climate change, or to get big money out of politics? In its newly released Winter issue, YES! Magazine asked heroes from the grassroots—such as Pete Seeger, Naomi Klein, Wendell Berry, and Eve Ensler—to name 15 people who are creating solutions just when we need them the most.

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State Health Planning Board Supports Opening HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley


A Major Step Towards Restoring Fundamental Hospital Services to the Pascack and Northern Valley Regions
Robert Garrett, President and Chief Executive Officer of Hackensack University Medical Center, issued the following statement regarding the State Health Planning Board’s recommendation to open HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley:

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Jamie Hahn of Solis Partners Participates in PV Power Generation Mid-West & East Conference


- Serves As Panelist on Commercial Rooftop Solar - Rooftop solar makes tremendous sense. Underutilized rooftop assets are a perfect platform for deploying distributed solar generation facilities where power is most needed - under the roof.

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The Elisabeth Morrow School Appoints Aaron C. Cooper As Its Next Head of School



Aaron C. Cooper
The Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Aaron C. Cooper as its seventh Head of School, effective July 1, 2012.  Prior to this appointment, Mr. Cooper has served as the Dean of Students at The Elisabeth Morrow School from 2003 until 2009, at which point he was promoted to Assistant Head of School.
During his tenure as Assistant Head and Dean of Students, Mr. Cooper provided oversight for the development of the School’s emerging middle school program, specifically the addition of grades seven and eight.

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Overcoming the Odds in the Down Economy: Castle Windows Continues to Hire and Expand


Castle Windows, which currently operates in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and New Hampshire, has big expansion plans before the year is up along more of the East Coast.  Despite the down economy, CEO Chris Cardillo is set to expand and increase staff by about 20%, all before January 15th.

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“Like” Smoking Prevention and Possibly Love Winning a $50 Amazon Gift Card


The Web-based parenting resource “Real Parents. Real Answers.” is looking to build up its reach via Facebook. To help build its “likes,” the youth smoking prevention program is holding a two-week sweepstakes with the possibility of winning one of six $50 Amazon gift cards. The sweepstakes began November 28 and will run through December 12.  Facebook users can visit www.Facebook.com/RealParentsRealAnswers to like the page and enter the sweepstakes.

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Thompson Shines On Maiden Formula Nippon Outing


Gary Thompson capped his 2011 season perfectly this week with a successful maiden test in premier Asian single-seater series Formula Nippon.

The 19-year-old has spent this year competing in Japanese F3 for the SGC by KCMG team, recording a breakthrough win and scooping an additional five podium finishes. He remained with the squad for his first taste of Formula Nippon, enjoying two days of running at the Fuji International Speedway on Monday and Tuesday (November 28/29). 

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Cassidy Turley Industrial Market Snapshots Find Northern NJ Flat - Central Jersey Experiences Increased Leasing Velocity


While activity in the industrial market in Central New Jersey is picking up steam, the Northern New Jersey market is full of uncertainty, according to recently released third-quarter Industrial 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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