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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

2.5 Million More Young Adults Have Coverage Thanks to Health Law


By Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services
Posted December 14, 2011
As a parent, nothing gives us more peace of mind than knowing that our children can pursue their dreams without unfair limitations. This is why I’m excited to announce that millions more young adults in America now have health insurance coverage thanks to the health care law – enabling them to pursue their goals without worrying about what will happen if they get sick.

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Encelium’s New Polaris 3d™ Lighting Control Software Application Available On December 15


Customers with Original Polaris Software Offered Polaris 3D Upgrade at a Discounted Rate

Encelium’s Polaris 3D™, a first software application of its kind in the lighting control industry, will be available to new and existing customers on December 15, announced Terry Mocherniak,  director global business development for the LMS business unit. Polaris 3D is the next generation of lighting control software for Encelium’s Energy Control System™ (ECS). It is a web based application that provides users with a single 360°, three-dimensional navigation in a multi-floor view of the entire facility’s lighting energy use.
 

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“Caylee’s Law” Bill To Bolster Search For Missing Children Gets Final Legislative Approval


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, received final legislative approval Thursday.

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NAIOP New Jersey Membership Reaches All-Time High


Chapter's ranks rise to 578 with 50 new members and seven percent growth in 2011

With the addition of 50 new members, the ranks of NAIOP New Jersey, the commercial real estate development association, have reached an all-time high of 578. The chapter's membership has also grown by more than seven percent since the beginning of 2011. Through its link to NAIOP corporate, the New Jersey chapter provides a direct connection to more than 18,000 members in North America.
 

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Wagner & Gusciora Measure To Protect Pets During Domestic Disputes Approved By Assembly


A measure sponsored by Assembly members Connie Wagner and Reed Gusciora to protect pets during domestic disputes was approved by a vote of 71-0 by the full Assembly on Monday.  “We’ve heard so many stories of pets being abused or even killed as retaliation against a partner when a relationship goes sour,” said Wagner (D-Bergen).

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“Caylee’s Law” Bill Sponsored By Wisniewski, Caputo, Wagner, Mainor, McKeon, Prieto, Evans & Fuentes To Bolster Search


The Assembly on Thursday approved 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.

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Bergen’s Philip Ciarco Learning Center Collects Food Items to Support Individuals in Need



Bergen’s Philip Ciarco Learning Center Collects Food Items

Bergen Community College’s Philip Ciarco Learning Center in Hackensack collected 27 bags of non-perishable food items to donate to the Center for Food Action to support individuals in need in Bergen County. The donations were received from more than twenty local vendors who showcased their products at the College’s second annual Holiday Gift and Craft Fair in December.

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Burzichelli, Wagner & Caputo Bill To Position New Jersey To Implement Well-Regulated Sports Gaming Approved By Assembly


Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats John Burzichelli, Connie Wagner and Ralph Caputo to allow licensed casinos in Atlantic City and racetracks to conduct wagering on professional and collegiate sport or athletic events, if a federal law is overturned, was approved 54-15 Thursday by the Assembly.

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Fun for the Entire Family! Kidz Cabaret Shows at bergenPAC - Story Pirates and Kimmy Schwimmy



Kidz Cabaret Story Pirates

Kidz Cabaret Story Pirates
Sunday, February 5, 2012 – 1PM & 3PM

The Story Pirates Greatest encourages creative thinking and improvisation through sketch comedy musicals performed by professional actors. Story Pirates will delight and surprise with puppets, enlivening songs and outrageous sketches, all the while motivating kids to pick up a pencil and write down their own fantastic adventures. Story topics run the gamut, from kung fu ninja babies fighting crime and the eternal love between the devil and some guy she met at Starbucks, to cats flying and tickle monsters who rule the world.

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ArtRage For iPhone Fun Painting App Now Launched


Based on ArtRage Studio Pro Advanced Painting Realistic Technology with Special Introductory Pricing of $.99 -- Cool Tool Lets Users Paint on Their iPhone Everywhere They Go. Highly Anticipated ArtRage for iPhone Available for iPhone 4 or Later
 

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OWS March Against Nonprofit Oligarchy of Healthcare System



Patients, Nurses, Social Workers, Doctors Gather to Protest US Health Crisis

6000 NY Nurses Plan Strike Due to Healthcare Benefit Shortfalls, Strains in Staffing
; While Health Care Industry Execs Receive Record Salaries—$145 million for Top CEO
 

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Legendary Multi-Platinum Recording Artists QUIET RIOT Perform LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC Friday, February 3rd 8:00PM



Quiet Riot

Famously described as the first heavy metal band to top the pop chart at #1 in Billboard magazine, Quiet Riot will rock the stage live at the Bergen Performing Arts Center, Friday February 3rd at 8:00PM.
Since the untimely passing of front man Kevin DuBrow, it's been a topic of discussion in rock circles if in fact Quiet Riot could continue to exist as a band. As 2010 successfully proved, Quiet Riot, as the band you've known your entire rock life is very much alive and well.  Quiet Riot continues their historic journey with their latest tour, the Mental Health Tour.  Founding member Frankie Banali will be joined by Quiet veteran bassist Chuck Wright and Quiet guitarist Alex Grossi.

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National Wildlife Federation Introduces Game Apps for Kids - Virtual Play Can Inspire Real-World Nature Adventures


Raccoons are among the most adaptable of all animal species, and the National Wildlife Federation’s (NWF) raccoon mascot, Ranger Rick, is showing his adaptability as he enters the digital world. For over 40 years, Ranger Rick magazine has entertained and educated generations of children about the wonders of nature. Now NWF is introducing game apps for kids so they can continue to have fun while learning about wildlife and wildlife habitat in a new delivery platform. For parents giving their kids iPads or other tablets for Christmas, these games can be preloaded so the kids can start their nature adventures right away.

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Occupy Wall Street Prepares to Occupy Fort Meade in Solidarity with PFC Bradley Manning


Caravans Set to Arrive from Multiple Occupy Encampments

Occupy Wall Street participants will join hundreds of supporters of accused WikiLeaks whistleblower Bradley Manning on Friday at Fort Meade, Maryland. PFC Manning’s pre-trial hearings begin on Friday. About 50 people will depart from Liberty Square at 5:00 am Friday morning via chartered bus, arriving in Fort Meade as the hearings begin at 9:00 am. New York-based supporters will stay at Saint Stephens Church in Washington, DC and camp at Occupy DC in McPherson Square on Friday night. On Saturday, December 17, they will march and hold a noon rally along with supporters from Occupy DC and across the country.

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Wagner, Quijano, Vainieri Huttle, McKeon & Jasey Bill To Protect School Children From Exposure To Harmful Pesticides Advance


Legislation sponsored by Assembly members Connie Wagner, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Annette Quijano, John F. McKeon and Mila Jasey that would protect children from exposure to potentially harmful pesticides at child care centers and certain schools,  playgrounds and recreational fields was released Thursday by an Assembly committee.

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Refrigerator-Size Fish Earn Top Spots in BoatUS Angler’s Fishing Photo Contest



The winning photos in the BoatUS Angler Fishing Photo Contest.

Photos of a 67-inch tarpon and a 45-inch pike have made two anglers, Sean Riley of New Port Richey, FL, and Brian Papenhagen of Blissfield, MI, grand prize winners in the 2011 BoatUS Angler Catch of the Month fishing photo contest. Their grand prize includes a high quality fish replica from Mount This! Fish Company that specializes in hand-painted fiberglass replicas and a gift certificate from BoatNameGear.com.
Riley and Papenhagen will also have their BoatUS Angler on-the-water and roadside assistance towing plan upgraded to “Unlimited” status, which can help these anglers 24-hours a day with breakdowns on the water and will tow a disabled boat trailer and tow vehicle up to 100 miles to your home, repair facility or other safe spot.

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New Jersey Office Cleaners To Vote To Authorize Possible Strike


-- Up to Two Thousand Cleaners to March Through Newark at Rush Hour - Two thousand office cleaners representing 7,000 from around the state will converge upon Newark on Thursday to vote whether to authorize their bargaining committee to call a strike if necessary.

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Re-Occupy - Saturday, December 17th, noon


An all day performance event at Duarte Square, 6th and Canal

On Saturday, December 17th Occupy Wall Street — with support from more than 1400 faith leaders, elders of the civil rights movement, prominent artists and community members — will gather at noon in Duarte Square, downtown Manhattan, for an all day performance event.  This event is part of a call to re-occupy in the wake of the coordinated attacks and subsequent evictions of occupations across the nation and around the world.

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Mayor And Council Meeting December 12-13-2011


Mayor and Council Meeting 12-13-11
After officiating at the swearing in of Detective Rachel Morgan at the Life Safety Center, Mayor Rich LaBarbiera, Councilwomen Maureen O’Brien and Cathy Bentz along with Borough Clerk Toni Falato hurried back to the Borough Hall to attend the work session of the Mayor and Council. The rest of the celebrants who had to be at the meeting including Police Chief Chris Brock, DPW Director Guy Picone and Senior Center Director Eileen McDowell came over a little later.

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Wounded Paramus Police Officer Shot Up-wards By Mayor And Council


Hero Police Officer Rachel Morgan
Hero Police Officer Rachel Morgan was finally promoted to the rank of Detective by the Mayor and Council. While it is customary for a wounded officer to be promoted to detective, Paramus dragged its heels in promoting Rachel Morgan. Despite the pleas of the Paramus Police PBA and approved by the Chief of Police and Mayor Rich LaBarbiera, the Council dragged its heels claiming budget constraints. It was only after the request of former Councilman Alan Brundage as he resigned from the Council that it was brought back to the table and passed.

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