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Saturday, December 07 2019 @ 06:51 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, December 07 2019 @ 06:51 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Mayor & Council Meeting 3/14/06


March 2006 Mayor & Council Meeting
March 2006 Mayor & Council Meeting
Mayor Tedesco thanked the Council members and made special mention of his secretary, Flo Pappas, for their support during his wife’s medical emergency. They helped keep the Borough running even as he put in long hours at home and also on Borough matters.

He outlined the reasons for re-structuring the Ambulance Corps from a volunteer group to a paid staff. The amount of calls were overwhelming and proper service, at times, wasn’t available. While present members will be given a chance to join the new group, instead of being volunteers, they will be paid on an hourly basis. There will be two ambulances and staff on duty at all times, one in its present location and one in the new fire house on West Midland Avenue.
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Virtuosic Music for Trio at Bergen Community College


Virtuosic Music for Trio
Virtuosic Music for Trio
Virtuosic Music for Trio to Perform Sunday, April 9, At Bergen Community College Virtuosic Music for Trio, an ensemble of three world-class artists, will perform musical works ranging from the Classics to Ragtime on Sunday, April 9, at 3:00 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre at Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ. Tickets are $12 for general admission and $10 for students and seniors (65+) and are available at 201-447-7428. Seating is reserved and advance ticket purchase is recommended.
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Boy's effort to help a friend results in CD and Make-A-Wish fundraiser


MAKING A DIFFERENCE
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
When Skyler Pia's friend Erik was very ill, Skyler thought music might cheer him up. Even at 6, Skyler knew music can be good medicine. After all, music had always made him feel good. Surely it would work for Erik.

The two of them had just visited the Pixar Animation Studios in the San Francisco Bay Area. What might have been the perfect field trip was too much for Erik, then 8, who was tired and not feeling well at all.
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Dr. Samuel N. Lipsett


Dr. Samuel N. Lipsett & wife Natalie
Dr. Samuel N. Lipsett & wife Natalie
Dr. Samuel N. Lipsett of Palm Beach, FL, died peacefully on March 7, 2006. He was 95.

A respected physician, he maintained a private practice in Paramus, NJ for over 40 years. He was a graduate of George Washington University and its medical school. A U.S. Army major and battlefield surgeon, Dr. Lipsett served with troops liberating concentration camps during World War II. He was married to the former Anita Wise, who preceded him in death.
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Have message; will deliver


David Biederman and Samuel Stone
David Biederman and Samuel Stone
Mr. Biederman spoke at the Paramus Rotary Club on Thursday and opened the eyes of the attendees to the amount of fraud in this country. He also mentioned the steps that could be taken to protect oneself and how to be recompensed with triple damages.

Among the things the Division does, they will check the complaint history of a company or store, verify if a professional is licensed and in good standing, file a complaint against a business or individual, confirm that a charity or fund-raiser is registered and in good standing, check the background of a doctor or podiatrist, file a complaint against a telemarketer, schedule a speaker for your group or organization, check whether a stockbroker or investment advisor is registered.
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BLACK AND WHITE


By Mike Dennehyimage

 

Under age 40? You won't understand.)


You could hardly see for all the snow,

Spread the rabbit ears as far as they go.

Pull a chair up to the TV set,

"Good Night, David. Good Night, Chet."


Depending on the channel you tuned,

You got Rob and Laura - or Ward and June.

It felt so good. It felt so right.

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Is it a miracle? You decide!


Is it a miracle?
Is it a miracle?
Just before Yom Kippur, I asked Councilman Keith Zakheim if he was going to fast for this event. His strong assertive response was "I always fast!" Although I strongly adhere to being Jewish, there are times when I don't observe all the protocols. Keith's firmness in our belief gave me the impetus to fast for this solemn holiday.

Several things happened after that!
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Miracle!


By Alexis Fabrikant
Miracle
It has always been said that I ask too many questions. In my formative years my mother called me Curious George,. Now that I am older I am often called The Interrogator by some of my favorite people.

One important part of my life is finding out who I am, who are the people that make up my family? I realized this sense of urgency when I was a sophomore in college.
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A father and a brother speaks out!


Loving Brothers
Loving Brothers
PROUD FATHER, LOVING BROTHER Reaching Closure
By Robert Fabrikant 

More than 50 years ago I first learned that my father had a son from a former marriage. For reasons entirely inexplicable, I never sought out my brother from that former marriage. My father had turned his back on that son when the boy was not even 10 years old. Perhaps out of a sense of loyalty to my father, I blindly followed his example. Even after my father died, I stayed the course without giving it any thought. I did so even though my father had never told me why he had forsaken his first son.
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Now it can be told


Mayor Tedesco and Councilwoman Connie Wagner were absent from Tuesday's Mayor & Council meeting. The reason was that Renee, Mayor Jim Tedesco's wife, had taken ill and they were concerned.
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