T

ony’s Boulevard Service
Center has been keep-
ing motorists safe in
Pompton Plains and the neigh-
boring communities for over 21
years.
As the winter season
approaches, owner Anthony
Cangialosi encourages
all car owners to have
their vehicles checked
out. Tony’s will ensure
all belts, hoses, heating
system, tires, fluid lev-
els, filters and batteries
are prepared to carry you
safely through the win-
ter.
Cangialosi origi-
nally opened the automotive
repair service on the Boulevard in
1992. Eight years later, he
expanded to a second location,
Pompton Plains Sunoco at 547
Newark-Pompton Turnpike.
Between the two locations,
there are six service bays to
ensure fast and efficient repairs.
“Most repairs are complet-
ed same-day,” Cangialosi said.
Tony’s services all car
repair needs, from transmissions
and engines to basic mainte-
nance. The repair team performs
front-end alignments, computer
diagnostics, tune-ups and all
scheduled factory maintenance.
They also work on brakes, sus-
pensions and exhaust systems,
and handle Goodyear, Fire-
stone, Continental and
Michelin tires.
All technicians are trained
and licensed, with expert knowl-
edge in both domestic and import
vehicles. To further guarantee
accuracy and safety, Cangialosi
employs state-of-the
art computer diagnostic
equipment.
“We are known for car-
ing for our customers’
safety,” said Cangialosi.
“We get the work done
right the first time, and
at an affordable rate.”
And, Cangialosi says,
customers can always
count on one additional thing:
“Honest service at a competitive
price.”
Tony’s Boulevard Service
Center is also a licensed state
inspection and emission repair
facility.
To request an appointment
call Tony’s at 973-835-2333 or
Pompton Plains Sunoco at 973-
835-1217.
Tony’s cares for cars and customers’ safety
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and help the Montville Animal Shelter.
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NOV 10
•The Knights of Columbus in
Pequannock is having a Country Dance
(line and partner)/Pasta Dinner on
Sunday, November 10 from 4-8pm
with the Due South Band (country,
classic and southern rock) at Knights
of Columbus Hall, 84 Lincoln Park Rd,
Pequannock. Tickets are $25 and
include pasta dinner, soda, desserts,
coffee, and cash bar. Call Mike at 201-
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•The November 12 Montville Township
Chamber of Commerce Info/Luncheon
will be hosting Mr. Art Goetz, FEMA
Representative, as he discusses
“Developing a Business Continuity and
Disaster Preparedness Plan For Your
Business” at the Bonefish Grill, 28 Rt.
46 W. in Pine Brook. from 12-2pm
This is a must see for business owners.
Cost is $20.00 for member and
$25.00 for non-members. Please go to
the Chamber website at www.montvil-
lechamber.org to register. PayPal is
now accepted or call the Chamber
office 973-263-3310.
NOV 13
•Pequannock UNICO has a few seats
open for their bus trip to Mt. Airy
Lodge & Casino Resort on Wednesday,
November 13. Ticket price is $29 per
person. Deadline for reservations and
payment is October 25. Please call
Joe Carabello at 973-835-0208 or
Joan Deodato at 973-696-3799 for
information and reservations.
NOV 16
•Montville Reformed Church Women’s
Guild is hosting a Holiday Shopping
Bazaar. This one stop shopping event
will be held on Saturday, November 16
from 10am-3pm. All vendor spots
have been filled. We have various ven-
dors, home party demonstrators and
crafters. The Women’s Guild will also
have bracelets for sale. Best of all it’s
free admission. The kitchen is open
and muffins and bagels will be for sale
when we open; for lunch-homemade
soups; for dessert-our famous baked
good’s table. Come and do your
Holiday shopping all under one
roof. For a list of the vendors please
go to the church web site at
www.montvillereformed.org.
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Community...
•The Montville Township Chamber of
Commerce is requesting your assis-
tance in providing names of candi-
dates for its 2013 Annual Awards. This
is an exciting opportunity to give cred-
it to someone in our Community who
goes above and beyond. To make
your job easier, we have established
the following categories for award
recipients: Business Person or Business
of the Year, Organization of the Year,
Citizen of the Year, Beautification
Award, Public Safety Award, Public
Service Award, Silver Service Award.
For your convenience, the Awards
Criteria and a Nomination form are
on the Chamber’s website at
www.montvillechamber.org. Please
forward your recommendations to the
Chamber office no later November 13.
Thank you for giving this some
thought and providing your guidance.
•November programs at the Lincoln
Park Public Library. Rizzo’s Reptiles,
Saturday, November 2 from1-2pm, all
ages. Get up close and personal with a
boa, baby alligator, lizards, turtles,
and more! Young Rembrandts
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6 from 4:30-5:30pm; Grades K-3.Take
a free drawing class at the Library
from a Young Rembrandts art teacher!
Please register for these programs by
calling 973-694-8283 or e-mail
rachel.burt@lincolnparklibrary.org.
Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt,
Tuesday, November 26 from 2-3pm,
all ages. Stop by after school’s early
dismissal for a scavenger hunt at the
Library! You will also receive a special
scavenger hunt to work on during
Thanksgiving Day. Then, bring your
completed scavenger hunt back to the
library for a prize.
•The Montville United Methodist
Nursery School 29 Whitehall road
(Route202) Towaco will be sponsoring
a collection for the battered Women’s
Shelter during the months of October
and November, until Thanksgiving.
Items needed include personal care
items and feel good accessories to help
give comfort to the women’s situa-
tions. Items may be donated directly
to the Nursery School anytime from
8am-4pm. Some suggested items may
include cosmetics, women’s hygiene
products, hair brushes and small beau-
ty accessories. We hope you will join us
in this goodwill endeavor. Any ques-
tions call the school at 973-334-3924
•True Vine Christian Center, located at
99 Two Bridges Road in Lincoln Park
offers a food pantry which is open
every second & fourth Wednesday of
the month. Remaining 2013 dates are
as follows: October 23, November 13
& 27, December 11 & 19 (this is the
third Wednesday since the forth is
Christmas Day). The hours are from
5:30-6:45pm. It is for families that
are in need.
•Whether you are still suffering from
the bleak memories of war or have
resolved to put it all behind you, Point
Man Ministries is for you. Point Man is
a Christian ministry dedicated to help-
ing veterans find peace with them-
selves and the world around them. If
you are doing fine after the war, that’s
fantastic but don’t forget about your
buddies who are still suffering. Find
out how you can help. Call Barry
Jensen at 973-809-9665. Point Man
Ministries meets the first Thursday of
every month from 7:30 9:30pm at
Cornerstone Chapel 620 Route 23
North, Pompton Plains.
•The Montville Township Women’s Club
has an ongoing project: “comfort pil-
lows” for breast cancer patients. A
team of club members, seniors, and
volunteers from surrounding cities
participates in this worthy project.
Even heart surgery patients have
found use for these comfort pillows.
Call Chairperson Alexandria Sarra at
973-405-0088 for more information.
All monetary donations, used to pur-
chase polyfill for the pillows, should be
made payable to MTWC and should
indicate “Comfort Pillow” in the
memo. Please mail checks to P.O. Box
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•Mothers & More is a not-for-profit
group for both stay-at-home and
working moms. It features monthly
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all surrounding towns. Monthly meet-
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month (unless a holiday) at 7:30pm at
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T
hough annuities have
been around since the
days of the Roman
Empire, they have gone
through many metamor-
phisms, especially since the
1950s. Yet many people have
little to no idea how these
much maligned financial prod-
ucts can create a secured guar-
anteed retirement income
without giving up one penny of
principal. Even respected peo-
ple in the financial media are
totally misinformed about
annuities, spewing incorrect,
false and incomplete informa-
tion about annuities of all
types. I am appalled by the
annuity venom of TV person-
ality “SZ,” radio supposed guru
“RK” and print pundit “KN.”
To protect the guilty I have
somewhat disguised their
names here, but I believe you
know whom I am referring to.
So in the spirit of these spokes-
people, we will start our con-
versation with the ugly.
SZ says: “Never put your
IRA into an annuity because
an annuity is tax deferred and
so is your IRA, so why pay for
tax-deferral through an insur-
ance company with your
IRA?” What a bunch of bunk!
Do you know how much the
insurance company charges for
tax deferral? Absolutely noth-
ing! Tax deferral for annuities
is sanctioned by congress. So
there must be another reason
to put your IRA into an annu-
ity, and there are many. More
about that later in the “good”
section of this article.
RK says: “Annuities are
just too expensive and there
are many other less expensive
alternatives.” Compared to
what? A 1972 Ford Pinto and
a 2013 Rolls Royce Phantom
will both drive you to work
every day, but the 1972 Pinto
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could explode if hit in the rear
along the way. Though your
insurance would replace the
car in that event, who would
replace you? Along with style,
grace, prestige and the finest
ride in the automobile uni-
verse, if you get hit in the rear
while driving your Rolls
Royce, you certainly wouldn’t
blow up. In fact, you and your
car would probably be
unscathed by the event. My
first car was a 1972 Pinto that I
rolled over on its side when
making a turn at 5 mph on wet
pavement. When driving my
1994 Bentley, identical to a
Rolls Royce of the same year,
the traffic came to a sudden
stop from 40 mph on Route 23.
I stopped, but the young col-
lege student behind me never
even hit the brake, plowing
into me with her Nissan. The
hood of her car folded in half
to the windshield. My car had
two small scratches where her
license plate screws were locat-
ed. There was absolutely no
damage to the car, to me or my
passenger. Does that mean the
difference in price between the
Pinto and the Bentley might
have saved me from bodily
harm or even my life? I’ll let
you decide. I do know if I were
hit like that in the Pinto, I
would not be writing this col-
umn today.
What about your portfo-
lio and retirement income?
Are they crash proof?
Annuities can be designed to
be crash proof! Is there a fee for
that feature? Absolutely! Is it
worth it? I’ll let you decided
that for yourself, too.
KN just doesn’t like
annuities. Probably because
he doesn’t sell them and it
takes away dollars from what
he does like to sell to his
clients: assets under manage-
ment. Stocks, bonds and
mutual funds can all be held
in a managed account that
generates fees and or commis-
sions. Most annuities do not
fit well into this system and
fee-based financial planners
loathe embracing products
that do not pay on-going fees.
The bad: Due to igno-
rance and the promulgation of
faulty and negative informa-
tion spread by these media per-
sonalities and others — cou-
pled with antiquated informa-
tion about modern day fixed-
indexed and variable annuities
— the public is once again dis-
served by their regular
resources for information. It is
imperative that they get the
facts from knowledgeable
trained and licensed profes-
sionals in the annuity industry
and with those facts be ready
and able to make the informed,
potentially portfolio-saving
and perpetuating decisions.
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annuity representative and a
certified annuity specialist,
uniquely qualified to render an
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T
he U.S. Food and
Drug Administration
(FDA) is going to
explore creating a new sugar
level for products. This is a
number that added sugar can’t
exceed in a given product.
The goal is to boost oral
health, and combat diabetes,
heart disease, and other
health issues. The Center for
Science and Public Interest
filed a 54-page petition about
the overwhelming evidence
that added sugars cause major
health problems.
The American Heart
Association claims that no
person should consume more
than nine teaspoons of sugar
each day. The average
American consumes between
18-23 teaspoons of sugar each
day. The average 20-ounce
bottle of soda has 16 tea-
spoonfuls of sugar from high
fructose corn syrup.
Sugary drinks comprise
the largest source of calories in
the American diet.
Dr. Peter Brusco is a 1980
graduate of The University of
Pennsylvania and has been
practicing in Kinnelon since
1982. Dr. Brusco’s practice is
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opinion on this subject. I have
rejected fee-based financial
planning from my practice and
have 32 years of financial plan-
ning and annuity experience.
I’ve also created the Trinity
Method of Investing, based on
a tri-annuity platform, which
protects your retirement and
portfolio from the five forces of
portfolio demise: market losses,
liability risks, health care costs,
expenses of long-term care and
taxes at death. Simultaneously,
most people I’ve encountered
desire “Maximizing their
income today while preserving,
protecting and perpetuating
their wealth for tomorrow.”
All who employ the TMI
benefit from the protection
and opportunities it provides.
Each person’s specific financial
position, goals and needs are
different, as would their partic-
ular design of the TMI be.
When market corrections,
crashes and upheaval occur,
when inflation rears its ugly
head, when the bad news
appears in your rear view mir-
ror, will your portfolio and
financial life be driven by an
explosive 1972 Ford Pinto or a
7,000-pound Rolls Royce? Will
the price of protection be too
high then? Will your road of
financial independence during
retirement be completely
paved and smooth? If so, no
protective measures may be
necessary. However, should
there be a storm or turmoil in
the stock and bond markets, or
an expensive health challenge
sometime along your journey,
then the benefits of a properly
structured portfolio of annu-
ities applied according to the
TMI may be just what the doc-
tor ordered. Are you willing to
wait, unprepared, naked and
vulnerable to see what hap-
pens? Before you answer the
question, a Rolls Royce costs
$450,000 today. A living bene-
fit rider for your annuity can
cost as little as .35 percent
annually. That’s only $350 a
year to protect and guarantee a
$100,000 portfolio. There is
nothing worth $100,000 that
you may own that can be
insured for less than that annu-
al sum! What would SZ, RK
and KN say about that?
Why not pick up the
phone and call for an appoint-
ment to find out more? The
call and the appointment are
free, but the information when
learned and applied could
mean millions more to you and
your family.
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Treadmills are actually good
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even while staying inside.
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activities do not have to be
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down the stairs can actually
keep senior citizens healthy.
Sure, it is not as pleasant and
fun as some other activities,
but it burns more calories
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heart diseases.
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sewing and other kinds of
classes can make the senior
citizen busy and happy dur-
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liant method to meet new
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their minds sharp and even
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Learning anything is the best
way to have a healthy mind
and body for a long time.
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COMPUTER. Winter is a
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There are online tutorials for
various computer programs
and information about virtu-
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cities around the world, learn
a new language, take an
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and play games.
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successful enterprise, but busi-
ness owners often agonize
over the best way to grow
their businesses. The follow-
ing are a few ideas to grow
your business so you can build
on your initial success.
•Open a new location.
Physical expansion is often
the first idea that comes into
business owners’ minds when
they are thinking about how
to grow their businesses. But
physical expansion is not
always the best way to grow a
business. Before deciding to
open a second location, con-
sider consumer trends to
determine if your company
has staying power, and eco-
nomic trends to determine if
the economy is healthy
enough to support both your
initial location and any addi-
tional locations you plan to
open.
Another thing to consid-
er before opening a new loca-
tion is your management style.
If that style is very hands-on,
then who will manage your
new location, or your existing
one if you plan to oversee
things at the new store?
Physical expansion can be
good for business, but it’s often
most successful when business
owners have a solid manage-
ment team already in place,
which allows owners to spend
time at both locations.
•Diversify your offerings. The
Small Business Administra-
tion notes that diversifying is
a strong growth strategy, pro-
viding multiple streams of
income that can help business
owners survive the slower
months when sales tend to
dip. Businesses known for a
particular product may want
to offer complementary prod-
ucts or services or import or
export others’ products.
Startups often credit loyal cus-
tomer bases when citing their
reasons for surviving their first
few years, and such customer
bases already trust your brand.
Expanding that brand to
include complementary prod-
ucts or services is a logical
next step to grow your busi-
ness and build on the credibil-
ity you worked so hard to
achieve with your customer
base.
•Develop an app. Many of
today’s successful startups had
Web sites even before they
opened the doors to their
more traditional brick-and-
mortar stores. While a strong
Web presence is essential for
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•Toastmasters provide a supportive
environment to improve public speak-
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first Wednesday of each month at
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Fairfield Road, Fairfield from 7-9pm
Guests are welcomed. For more infor-
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•The Montville Senior Citizens Club is
open to all Montville Township resi-
dents aged 55 and older. The club
meets every first and third Friday of
the month at the Montville Senior
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Route 202 South. We serve coffee and
cake at noon before the meeting at
1pm. New members and guests are
always welcomed. For information, call
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W
hile Halloween
can be fun for
adults and chil-
dren, pets might not look for-
ward to October 31 as much as
the rest of the family. When
trick-or-treating time arrives
and the doorbell gets its annu-
al workout, pet parents should
take steps to ensure their dogs,
cats and other companion
animals stay calm and don’t
get too frightened or excited.
Halloween is full of deco-
rations, costumes and
strangers ringing your door-
bell. While the excitement
can be thrilling for children,
pets can easily grow scared.
Animals generally become
creatures of routine, and any-
thing that takes them out of
their comfort zones can be a
cause for agitation. Spooky
decorations hung throughout
the house and outdoors pres-
ent new sights and smells. The
doorbell ringing every few
minutes could put skittish pets
even more on edge — espe-
cially when they come face-
to-face with hordes of cos-
tumed trick-or-treaters.
Candy, chocolate in par-
ticular, poses a large risk as
well. Even relatively small
amounts of chocolate can be
harmful to cats
and dogs. That’s
because choco-
late contains caf-
feine and theo-
bromine, two dif-
ferent types of
stimulants that
can wreak havoc
on an animal’s
central nervous
system. Hard
candies may be
swallowed and
become lodged
in the throat or
digestive tract.
Artificial sweet-
eners are harmful to animals,
too.
To help keep pets safe, it
is best to consider the follow-
ing tips for Halloween.
1. Keep pets indoors for the
day. Animals that are fright-
ened may run away or grow
disoriented and get lost. Also,
you never want your pet to be
the victim of a Halloween
prank. Sometimes black cats
are stolen on Halloween. Dogs
left outside may be
at risk for teasing
and taunting, too.
2. Don’t take dogs trick-or-
treating. Although you may
have a calm, well-mannered
dog, the crowds in the neigh-
borhood may excite man’s
best friend, whose behavior
might be difficult to predict.
Also, other animals that get
loose from homes when the
doors are opened may provoke
your dog. It’s enough to keep
your eyes on your children,
never mind being mindful of
your dog, too!
3. Skip costumes for pets. You
may think it’s a cute idea to
dress your pets in costumes,
but there’s a good
chance your pet does
not share your enthu-
siasm. It may stress
out the animal, so
avoid pet costumes.
4. Be mindful of
holiday decorations.
Strings of lights,
fake spider webs
and other decorative items
can be tripping hazards for
pets, while electronic
devices could pose a safety
risk. Avoid lit candles in the
home because cats or dogs
may knock them over.
5. Keep pets secured in a
bedroom or another quiet
space. Your dog or cat may
try to bolt outside every time
you open the door to trick-
or-treaters. Instead, keep the
animals in a bedroom or
laundry area. Not only will
they appreciate the quiet,
but also they won’t have a
chance to escape and get lost.
6. Store collected candy out
of reach. Pets are inquisitive,
and they may be drawn to the
sweet smell of candy and
treats. Candy wrappers and
the candy itself can be haz-
ardous to pets. Therefore,
store candy where pets cannot
access it and be sure children
discard candy wrappers.
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business owners can now go
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allow customers to peruse your
offerings, place orders on-the-
go and perform a host of other
tasks related to your business
without using a computer. An
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ness to a whole new crop of
potential customers, whether
they live around the corner
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around the globe. Upon intro-
ducing the app, expect some
technical glitches and solicit
user responses so you can
quickly update the app and
make it more user-friendly if
need be.
•Form an alliance with other
businesses. Rather than diver-
sifying their product offerings,
some business owners have
found it’s easier and more
profitable to form an alliance
with other businesses who
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products. Such an alliance can
be good for both businesses, as
each can expand its customer
base without the kind of effort
it takes to open a new location
or the cost of producing new
products. Other businesses
already have lists of prospec-
tive customers who may need
your products, and vice versa.
Alliances can be the most
effective and quickest ways to
grow a business, not to men-
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incoln Park Savings
Bank celebrated 90
years of serving the
community with a wine-and-
cheese party on October 5.
The array of beautiful food
was provided by A&A Fine
Foods in Lincoln Park.
Customers had a chance
to win many different prizes,
including an Elysium Spa gift
card, a round of golf at
Meadows Golf Club, a six-
month membership to Spa
23, a gift card to Montville
Inn and a dance lesson to
Fred Astaire Dance Studio.
The grand prize giveaway
was an iPad.
Each party-goer received
a gorgeous hand-painted wine
glass, created by Brushes with
a View.
Lincoln Park Savings
Bank has enabled many fami-
lies to buy the home of their
dreams. In 90 years of business,
Lincoln Park Savings Bank
has never sold a mortgage loan
in a secondary market. This
aspect is very important to the
bank because it shows how
customers can depend on
them to continue to provide
quality service for a loan.
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T
he arrival of autumn
ushers in cooler days
and less hours of sun-
shine. As much of the coun-
try turns its clocks back an
hour, night descends that
much earlier, prompting a
greater reliance on artificial
light and electricity. When
the time comes to turn clocks
back, eco-conscious men and
women can employ various
strategies to conserve energy.
•Change light bulbs. Tra-
ditional incandescent bulbs
are not the most energy effi-
cient option available. The
United States Department of
Energy says incandescent
bulbs use a lot of energy to
produce light, but a signifi-
cant amount of energy to pro-
duce heat as well. Ninety per-
cent of the energy used by
incandescent bulbs is given
off as heat, so it is more eco-
nomical and efficient to use a
bulb that cuts down on heat
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light. Light-emitting diode,
or LED, bulbs are a much
more energy-efficient option,
and LEDs last 25 times longer
than incandescent bulbs.
•Turn lights off when rooms
aren’t being used. It can be
tempting to turn on all of the
lights on in a home when
darkness arrives. But this
wastes both energy and
money. Turn lights off when
you exit rooms. Try to gather
the family in a centralized
location that is full of ambi-
ent and task lighting in an
attempt to concentrate light-
ing usage rather than spread-
ing it out all over the house.
•Rely on timers or automat-
ed systems. Standard timers
or more complex app-synced
house management systems
enable homeowners to turn
their lights or even appli-
ances on and off at key times.
Those with a smartphone or
tablet can log in and manage
their homes from a remote
location, turning lights on or
off or adjusting their thermo-
stats at their convenience.
•Turn down the temperature.
The California Energy
Commission says for every
degree a person lowers the
heat in the 60- to 70-degree
range, he or she will save up
to 5 percent on heating costs.
Set the thermostat low at
night when residents are
under warm blankets and
quilts, and lower the thermo-
stat when the house is empty.
Furthermore, homeowners
can turn down the thermo-
stat on hot water heaters and
even dishwashers, which can
help save as much as 11 per-
cent on water heating costs.
•Look to alternative heat
and lighting sources. A warm,
inviting fire can light up a
room and also provide sup-
plementary heat. Pellet
stoves, or those that burn a
highly concentrated fuel
source that is energy efficient
and environmentally friendly
may prove a worthwhile
investment. Many heating
stoves continue to give off
ambient heat long after their
flames have been extin-
guished. And centrally locat-
ed stoves can heat most of a
home at a fraction of the cost
of traditional forced-air sys-
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•Put south and west-facing
windows to use. Place solar-
powered devices next to an
open window during daylight
hours to charge when the sun
is at its brightest. Use solar-
powered lamps, radios and
even phone charges once the
sun sets. Windows that get a
lot of warm sunlight can be
draped in dull, black curtains
to incubate rooms that need
warming. The black fabric
will absorb the sun’s heat,
naturally heating a room.
•Trim shrubs and trees. Make
the most of sunlight when it’s
available by allowing the
sun’s rays to reach the interi-
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•Spend time outdoors. Make
the most of daylight hours by
spending as much time out-
doors as possible. Read books
outside or do homework at
the patio table, reducing
reliance on indoor lighting.
Sunlight can make ideal task
lighting for arts and crafts
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There are many ways to
conserve energy and become
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Rhino Theatre presents ‘Les Misérables’
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PEQUANNOCK $199,000
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25 Roosevelt St 3 2 Cape Cod 169,000 165,000 97
303 Chatfield Dr 2 1 Condo 239,900 240,000 100
76 Village Rd 3 1 Cape Cod 249,000 222,500 89
35 First St 2 1 Ranch 299,900 300,000 100
51 Mandeville Ave 3 2.5 Colonial 300,000 280,000 93
30 Elizabeth Ave 3 1 Cape Cod 399,900 375,000 360,000 90
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8 Post Rd 3 1.5 Colonial 429,995 430,000 100
23 Van Riper Ave 4 1.5 Cape 450,000 436,000 97
25 Duncan Ave 4 2 Colonial 459,900 440,000 96
3 Wren Pl 4 1.5 Colonial 525,000 485,000 92
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5 Carol Pl 4 2.5 BiLevel 549,000 542,500 99
3 Redman Rd 4 2.5 Colonial 599,000 599,000 100
32 Oping Rd 4 2.5 Colonial 769,900 750,000 97
3 Dorothy Lane 4 2.5 Colonial 899,000 891,000 99

18 Elm St 2 1 Ranch 125,000 55,995 45
9 Stonyridge Dr 2 1 Condo 227,500 219,900 215,000 95
285 Gettysburg Way 2 2.5 Townhome 239,900 229,900 203,000 85
96 Stonyridge Dr 2 1 Condo 229,900 215,000 93
23 Winona Ave 3 1 Colonial 250,000 240,000 96
336 Gettysburg Way 2 2.5 Townhome 284,900 274,900 265,500 93
36 Hope Terrace 3 1.5 Ranch 309,000 295,000 95
32 Evergreen Dr 4 1.5 BiLevel 338,500 325,750 96
117 Pinebrook Rd 3 1.5 BiLevel 349,000 340,000 97
77 Pinebrook Rd 3 2 BiLevel 349,900 350,000 100
10 Pleasant Ave 3 3 BiLevel 379,900 375,000 365,000 96
11 McKinley St 3 2 Cape Cod 379,000 357,500 94
95 Mt Heights Ave 4 2.5 Colonial 450,000 410,000 91
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LINCOLN PARK AUGUST 2013 TOWN SALES
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•Pay attention to extra fees.
Many commercial leases
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current tenants typically
incur each month. When dis-
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building. Protect your busi-
ness from such a development
by negotiating an exclusivity
clause into your lease. Such
clauses prevent landlords
from leasing other spaces on
the property to your competi-
tion.
•Carefully read the default
language. Before signing a
commercial lease, business
owners must familiarize them-
selves with the default lan-
guage therein. Determine
what happens if you default
on the lease, including if you
will be locked out upon your
first missed payment and if
the landlord will immediately
initiate eviction proceedings
in such instances. Many com-
mercial leases also include
language stating tenants are
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default language in a lease,
business owners should still
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$1,082 per month
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WANAQUE $339,000
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