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Hackensack Discussion / Comets for Kaia
« on: October 27, 2016, 08:01:34 PM »
http://www.hackensackumcfoundation.org/site/TR/Events/General?team_id=1647&pg=team&fr_id=1430


The Fairmount School Girl Scouts and Fairmount School are supporting Kaia in her fight to Tackle Kids Cancer.  You can read Kaia's "Story of Courage":  http://www.tacklekidscancer.org/tkc_story/kaia/

Our team accepted Eli's Challenge to raise funds in support of pediatric cancer research and to help Tackle Kids Cancer. Eli Manning, quarterback of the New York Giants, has agreed to match contributions 1 to 1. That means if you donate $100 to the challenge, Eli will donate $100! All money raised through this challenge will benefit the Children's Cancer Institute at Hackensack University Medical Center and will help their littlest patients become kids again!

We care about finding a cure for pediatric cancer, and we hope you do, too! The Children's Cancer Institute at HackensackUMC has stood as a beacon of hope for children and families dealing with pediatric cancer...but more can be done. Pediatric cancer is the #1 cause of death by disease among children in the US and only 4% of cancer research dollars are allocated to pediatric cancer. These facts are devastating, but the doctors at the Children's Cancer Institute are working tirelessly to find a cure. Please support us and help end childhood cancer!

Like the New York Giants, it takes a team to be successful and with your support, we hope to reach our goal. Even $20 would make a big difference for the pediatric cancer patients at HackensackUMC.

Thank you for supporting our team and we encourage you to take Eli's Challenge as well! Registration is quick and easy...click the Join A Team button and complete the registration process. Together we can make a bigger impact in this fight against pediatric cancer.

Remember...together WE CAN Tackle Kids Cancer

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Hackensack History / Cadillac/Pontiac Dealership, 1940's aerial photo
« on: October 26, 2016, 10:21:24 PM »
I saw this on the "I Grew up in Hackensack" Facebook page and boosted it.  8)

It's labeled:
Bird's Eye view ~ W.H. Peters, Inc. Cadillac Pontiac Dealership ~ca. 1940

A regular in these boards posted this comment:

The field club is the bottom left corner. the tennis courts are not quite built yet it appears. All the buildings lower center were demolished in the late 1950s for urban renewal. it is now a parking lot for the Eastwick School, which occupies the right side of the lower portion of the photo now. the Cadillac dealer became Feldner Cadillac, and is now a Toyota dealer. the building still exists, as does the service building behind it in the photo. the small building at the one o'clock position was the HFD alarm room. then it was the storage room for Baseball of Hackensack in the 1970s. The park was not filled in at the time of this photo and you can still see the swampland at top center. all that is baseball fields now.

It's a "closed group" but try this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/41132191646/

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Hackensack Videos / U.S. Rep. John Lewis in Hackensack
« on: October 25, 2016, 11:17:26 PM »


Published on Oct 25, 2016
Stumping for Democrat Josh Gottheimer, the Civil Rights legend wowed the crowd two weeks before Election Day 2016.

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Hackensack Videos / Hackensack River Race
« on: October 25, 2016, 11:11:51 PM »


Published on Oct 24, 2016
C-4 canoe Go Pro footage from the 1st Annual Hackensack River Race. We finished 6th overall about 3 1/2 minutes behind the leader and had a close race for 5th!

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Hackensack Videos / Hackensack Bridge, song
« on: October 10, 2016, 09:32:02 AM »

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Hackensack Discussion / Most Dangerous Intersections for Pedestrians
« on: October 05, 2016, 03:31:17 PM »
http://www.nj.com/bergen/index.ssf/2016/10/the_most_dangerous_intersections_in_bergen_county_for_pedestrians.html

The most dangerous intersections in Bergen County for pedestrians
(Hackensack's streets listed below.)

The list was made using data from 2009 through 2013.

10. Prospect and Passaic
Part of a three-way tie for tenth place, the intersection of Prospect Avenue and Passaic Street in Hackensack, saw five crashes in which pedestrians were struck, including one that resulted in severe injuries.

10. South Summit and West Pleasantview
Also part of the three-way tie, the intersection of South Summit and West Pleasantview avenues, was the scene of five crashes in which pedestrians were struck, including one that resulted in severe injuries.

9. Polifly and Essex
The intersection of Polifly Road and Essex Street is number nine on the list of most dangerous intersections. The intersection was the scene of 10 crashes in which pedestrians were struck.

5. East Railroad and Passaic Street
In fifth place, is the intersection of East Railroad Avenue and Passaic Street in Hackensack. There were three crashes in which pedestrians were struck, including two that resulted in severe injuries.

3. Golf and East Passaic Street
Hackensack has the three most dangerous intersections in the county. At number three, the intersection of Golf Avenue and East Passaic Street. Eight crashes occurred in which pedestrians were struck at the intersection, including one that resulted in a fatal.

2. Summit and Essex Street
The second spot is the intersection of Essex Street and Summit Avenue in Hackensack. There were five crashes in which pedestrians were struck, including one that resulted in severe injuries and one that resulted in a fatal.

1. Prospect & Essex Street
Just blocks away in Hackensack, the number one spot is the busy intersection of Essex and South Prospect streets. There were ten crashes in which pedestrians were struck, including one that resulted in a fatal.

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Events & Calendar / 240th anniversary of George Washington's encampment
« on: October 03, 2016, 12:20:01 PM »
Hackensack to host a commemoration of the 240th anniversary of George Washington's encampment on "The Green" which took place in November 1776

To commemorate the 240th anniversary of George Washington's encampment on "The Green", which took place in November 1776, Hackensack will be hosting a special program on November 12.

The commemoration will take place at 12 noon on the Courthouse Green - (Main & Court Streets) in Hackensack, the actual site of the 1776 encampment (If there is inclement weather on November 12 the commemoration will take place at the Johnson Public Library located at 274 Main Street in Hackensack, NJ).

The commemoration program will include local re-enactors speaking to the events that led up to the encampment that took place on “The Green” as well as to the encampment itself, and the initial events that took place after they broke camp, and continued on their retreat. Additionally, the re-enactors will be availible afterwards to field questions from those in attendance.

According to Ed Moderacki, re-enactor and historian, who will be participating in the event “Washington's time at Hackensack marked one of the lowest periods for the Continental Army. The British had inflicted a series of defeats on the Continentals during the New York Campaign. Then on November 16th, Fort Washington fell with the loss of twenty-eight hundred men. Four days later, the British successfully invaded New Jersey, and Washington lead his portion of the Army on his retreat across New Jersey.”

Ed goes on to say “On Washington's last night in Hackensack, all he had to do to see the threat to his army was to look across the Hackensack River. Along the east bank of the Hackensack, the camp fires of the British Army shone brightly……..”

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Hackensack to host a commemoration of the 240th anniversary of George Washington's encampment on "The Green" which took place in November 1776

To commemorate the 240th anniversary of George Washington's encampment on "The Green", which took place in November 1776, Hackensack will be hosting a special program on November 12.

The commemoration will take place at 12 noon on the Courthouse Green - (Main & Court Streets) in Hackensack, the actual site of the 1776 encampment (If there is inclement weather on November 12 the commemoration will take place at the Johnson Public Library located at 274 Main Street in Hackensack, NJ).

The commemoration program will include local re-enactors speaking to the events that led up to the encampment that took place on “The Green” as well as to the encampment itself, and the initial events that took place after they broke camp, and continued on their retreat. Additionally, the re-enactors will be availible afterwards to field questions from those in attendance.

According to Ed Moderacki, re-enactor and historian, who will be participating in the event “Washington's time at Hackensack marked one of the lowest periods for the Continental Army. The British had inflicted a series of defeats on the Continentals during the New York Campaign. Then on November 16th, Fort Washington fell with the loss of twenty-eight hundred men. Four days later, the British successfully invaded New Jersey, and Washington lead his portion of the Army on his retreat across New Jersey.”

Ed goes on to say “On Washington's last night in Hackensack, all he had to do to see the threat to his army was to look across the Hackensack River. Along the east bank of the Hackensack, the camp fires of the British Army shone brightly……..”

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Events & Calendar / Happy Days in Hackensack
« on: September 25, 2016, 06:54:49 PM »

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(Thanks Regina.)

Notice: Teterboro Airport Noise Compatibility Planning Study Public Information Workshop - September 22, 2016

As part of the ongoing Part 150 Study for Teterboro Airport, The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey will be hosting a public information workshop on Thursday, September 22nd, 2016 from 6:00pm-9:00pm at the:

Bergen County Plaza - 1st Floor Multi-Purpose Room
One Bergen County Plaza
Hackensack, NJ 07601

At this workshop, a Noise Exposure Map (NEM) will be presented that describes the Teterboro (TEB) Airport layout and related levels of noise exposure in the surrounding area for the current year (2016), and a forecasted future year (2021).

The workshop will be held in an "open house" format from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. In order to provide the public with the maximum opportunity for one-on-one interaction and sharing of information and concerns you may attend at any time during the three-hour open house.   

For more information on the Part 150 study for TEB, please visit the Port Authority's dedicated website at:

http://www.panynjpart150.com/TEB_homepage.asp

You may also subscribe to the mailing list for email updates on the study at:

http://panynjpart150.com/TEB_Mail_List.asp

The Draft Noise Exposure Map report is available for Public review and Comment at:

http://www.panynjpart150.com/TEB_DNEM.asp

Please call 212-435-3777 if you have any questions.

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Hackensack Discussion / Passwords
« on: September 13, 2016, 11:53:13 AM »
See email below from my webhost.  I haven't had time to figure out if this will effect us but if you have trouble logging in, you may need to change your password.

Email me at aldibAToptonlineDOTnet (use symbols) with any issues.
___________________________________________________________
Hello Albert

 We hope you're doing well today. As part of our commitment to provide the best infrastructure for your services, we are sending this email to notify you of the first phase of a MySQL upgrade affecting your hackensacknow.org account. Please read the following details carefully as action may be required on your end:

 Scheduled Date:
 September 19th, 2016

 Maintenance Type:
 MySQL Upgrade - Phase 1 of 2

 Background Information:
 Users with older websites, or servers that had old_passwords enabled in MySQL, still use an outdated style of password hash. MySQL started using a new, more complex version of password encryption beginning with version 4.1. For increased security, MySQL 5.6 (and MariaDB 10.1) now strictly requires storing passwords using the stronger hash method. Because of this newly enforced MySQL requirement, all users with database passwords stored in the outdated format will need to update their stored passwords.

 Maintenance Action:
 We will be disabling support for old_passwords on your server one week from today. In order to avoid possible service interruptions, please ensure all database user passwords are updated before this is done.

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 Action already taken (on our end):
 In an effort to ease our clients into this transition, we went through all of our shared servers and automatically updated the hashes for all passwords we could find within a configuration file. If you have a WordPress site, any other CMS, or even a hand coded site, it is possible that we were able locate a working password and automatically store it in the new style of hash. However, certain users may still need to manually update their passwords. For each client, we have generated a list of database users we were not able to update in the form of a text file. If applicable, this file was placed in the cPanel home directory.


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 Action required (on your part):
 If you have one of these files in your cPanel home directory, you will need to update the password(s) for each listed database user.

 If needed, please refer to the HostDime article below for illustrated help with updating your database users that still have old passwords:

 http://www.hostdime.com/resources/mysql-password-hashes/

 The article linked above describes the process in greater detail, explains why this is being done and provides instructions on how to update the MySQL passwords of your users via cPanel. The list of affected users is a file located in your home directory (which is accessible via cPanel's File Manager and contains your public_html/ and mail/ folder).

 If you have any questions or concerns about this notice, please contact our support team for more details.

 Warm Regards,

 HostDime.com, Inc.

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