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Monday, June 24 2019 @ 07:23 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Monday, June 24 2019 @ 07:23 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Mayor and Council Meeting February 28, 2006


Mayor & Council Meeting 02/28/06
Mayor Tedesco was absent from the Council meeting due to personal problems at home. Council President Frank Ciambrone asked that people pray for the Mayor and his family, that there is a speedy recovery.

The agenda was carried out by the Council President and the councilmen read the various ordinances and resolutions. The meeting was over before Clare Petti realized.
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Celebration of the Chinese New Year


Chinese New Year in Paramus
Celebration of the Chinese New Year in 2006 at Trinity Presbyterian Church was delayed by the tremendous snowstorm the Sunday prior. Undaunted, the troupes played to a standing room only audience. The applause given to the young performers was heartwarming, the oohs and aahs well deserved.

Reverend Samuel Stone gave the opening prayer and the program began:
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A little about New Jersey


Mike.jpg"A little about New Jersey or as some outsiders say New Joisey"

If you live in or have ever lived in Jersey...you'll appreciate this...if not, you may be surprised!

  • New Jersey is a peninsula.
  • Highlands, New Jersey has the highest elevation along the entire eastern seaboard, from Maine to Florida.
  • New Jersey is the only state where all of its counties are classified as metropolitan areas.
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A house is erected in Paramus at Home Depot!


Operation Home Delivery
The Presbytery of the Palisades (which has her office at Trinity Presbyterian Church of Paramus), under the leadership of Rev. Richard Hong, First Presbyterian Church of Englewood, joined with Habitat for Humanity and opted to build a house for a family in Lafayette, Louisiana. This would benefit a Hurricane Katrina displaced family. With Executive Director Lisa M. Hartley of HfH, 10 Banta Place- Suite 105, Hackensack at the helm, the group called for volunteers from within the Presbytery and also reached out to shoppers at Paramus Home Depot where the construction took place.

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Paramus Police Training Department


Paramus Police Training Department
Police Chief Fred Corrubia assigned the training department for this month's highlight. Appropriately it was done on the day that the training department under the leadership of Sgt. John Scully and augmented by Patrolman Rich Erhardt will distribute defibrillators to be used in each police car. www.ParamusPost.com had a very interesting interview with Patrolman Erhardt and received insight into the intensive training and re-training that our officers go through.

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PARAMUS IS A SAFE COMMUNITY


In a letter sent To the Editor of The Town News and published 1/18/06, Police Chief  Fred Corrubia lashed out at one of their articles relating to Paramus not being a safe community. With his permission we are re-printing it here:

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Your Jan. 11, 2006 article, “FBI crime report: Paramus statistics vary” notes that a waning number of police officers employed by the borough signals that inflating crime rates may stay on the rise if vacancies in the Paramus Police Department are not filled soon. The Town News also notes a correlation between increasing criminal activity in Paramus and decreasing number of police officers employed by the borough.

Statements such as these would lead citizens to believe that Paramus is being patrolled with fewer officers than in the past. Nothing is further from the truth!

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Paramus Adopts the Hugo Gonzales Family Part II, UPDATED


This article is updated regularly at the bottom.

Highlight for Album: Paramus Adopts Katrina Victims‘The dumpster is in’ said the Mayor on Thursday afternoon to Rotarian Marty Diamond and Councilwoman Connie Wagner. They immediately sprang into action: HS Guidance Advisor Wagner contacted the Interact Club, the Bible Club, the Habitat for Humanity Club and our champion Girls Volleyball team. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Janice Dime notified the Paramus Rotary Club and Marty notified React. They all showed up, about 50 people, on such short notice. In three hours the house was cleared.

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Paramus Adopts the Hugo Gonzales Family


Furnishing a home for Katrina victims
Mayor James Tedesco has found a home for the Gonzales family. Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Janice Dime has found employment for Hugo Gonzales and will make schooling available for the Gonzales children. Rotarian Marty Diamond has championed these victims of Hurricane Katrina (read Hurricane Katrina victims, Thursday November 17, 2005). Mayor Tedesco has made available a home owned by the Borough on Farview Avenue adjacent to the present Joseph Cipolla Paramus Senior Center.
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Paramus Cultural Arts Council Bullletin


Valerie Coniglio has issued the Fall edition of the PCAC bulletin. In it she thanks everyone who participated in making the inaugural year a success. Recognizing that the weather wasn't always as friendly as the Paramus residents, Valerie feels that these events have helped knit Paramus into a tighter community.

Commenting on the July 22nd reopening, she wrote " Those who were there would undoubtedly agree that it was a refreshingly nostalgic evening. It was a unique moment to be able to look out on the lawn as mother's fed their infant babies, young adults sat on blankets and grandparents tapped their feet to the tunes."

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Cheryl Avagnano, Paramus Police Paragon Patrolwoman


Cheryl Avagnano
The fact that Cheryl likes what she does comes out in many ways. Whether she is at a school, cruising the streets or at Paramus Police headquarters, her exuberance shines through. Her knowledge and assurance manifests itself in many ways. After all, she has been on the force for 20 years. Cheryl started out in the Records Department, went into Telecommunications, onto Road Patrol and now into the Traffic Division headed up by Sergeant Al Gunderson, another longtime Paramus Policeman.

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