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Canadian Casino Bonuses And Everything You Need to Know


Did you find your Canadian Casino Bonuses yet? If you haven’t, stick to this article to know about your Casino Bonuses. Casinos are special gambling places usually combined with restaurants, hotels,
tourist attractions, and other most visited spots. Casinos offer activities that are supposed to be enjoyed and admired. Some casinos are particularly for gambling and propose bonuses while some
casinos also offer live entertainment events such as concerts, sports, competitions, and more.

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Trump Rally Economic Boom for Wildwood

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by Jim Arakelian

Wildwood NJ, The unintended consequences of the Trump rally that you won’t hear in the liberal New Jersey media.

The restaurant I went to on both Monday and Tuesday was ecstatic about the rally. The owner was wearing a Trump pin and said she was a Trump supporter and even more so now after this week. The restaurant was packed solid for two nights and brought a much needed “shot in the arm” during the winter dull-drums. The waitstaff couldn’t be happier. Many hotels also were booked solid. A boom to Wildwoods Economy at a time they need it most.

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Your Authorization and Parking Have Never Been Simpler


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Ridgewood  NJ, Authorizing access to your parking spaces or into your entire complex has traditionally been a complicated matter. Further, making sure that everyone who is granted access has a place to park and can move around efficiently has commonly carried some snags. The good news about that is the process has become far simpler, thanks to new technologies offered by Nortech.

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NJ lawmakers take step toward taxing Airbnb and home-sharing rentals

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By Michael Symons March 5, 2017 9:00 PM

New Jersey lawmakers are moving ahead with plans to tax and regulate home-sharing operations like Airbnb. And while the company is OK with collecting taxes, it doesn’t like the approach being taken to license or prohibit the short-term rentals it brokers.

Assemblywoman Annette Quijano, D-Union, said New Jersey’s tax laws need to be updated to keep up with technology and the home-sharing portion of the hospitality industry.

“It’s unfair to hotels and motels that have to compete with a new business model that provides essentially the same service but does not have to charge state sales tax, the state hotel/motel fee and a municipal hotel tax, which can total up to 18 percent in some areas,” Quijano said. “That’s a very significant disparity and a significant barrier to overcome.”

Last year, more than 6,000 New Jersey hosts earned over $50 million through 257,000 short-term rentals arranged through Airbnb.

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The Robot from Lost In Space

By Bruce Brown — June 11, 2016

If you have yet to see a robot patrolling a parking lot or moving along the sidewalk, don’t feel left out. Security, surveillance, hospitality, and delivery robots aren’t a common sight, but it won’t be long before they are. Robots are already on the job providing extra service and security in a growing variety and number of locations, according to the  MIT Technology Review.

Silicon Valley startup Knightscope, Inc. has two mobile surveillance and security robots, called the K3 and K5. The company refers to them as Autonomous Data Machines, or ADMs, because as the robots make their rounds, they can either follow prescribed paths or just wander within a determined area. While on the move, the robots continuously collect and transmit more than 90 terabytes of data per year.

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Police, hazmat converge on hotels near MetLife Stadium on ‘unknown substance’ calls

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Police, hazmat converge on hotels near MetLife Stadium on ‘unknown substance’ calls

Friday, January 31, 2014 Last updated: Friday January 31, 2014, 1:00 PM
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Bergen County has dispatched hazmat and bomb squad teams to three hotels near MetLife Stadium after a suspicious white substance was delivered to the hotels.

The substances were delivered this morning and reported to county officials at 11:42 a.m., said Jeanne Barratta, chief of staff to Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan.

She said the substance was delivered to two hotels in Carlstadt and one in East Rutherford. She said she did not know if anyone at the hotel was exposed to the substance. The FBI and New Jersey State Police are also working the case, she said.

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