Page 8 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • August 26, 2009 Ramsey The New Jersey Emergency Management Association recently met in Bergen County for the first time. The session was one of five dinner-meetings held each year around the state. The meeting was hosted by Ramsey OEM Coordinator Michael Adams, who is the NJEMA Member-at-Large for the seven northern New Jersey counties. He was assisted by Deputy Ramsey OEM Coordinator Bruce Greenwood, a former NJEMA officer. “I do not believe that the NJEMA has ever met in Bergen County,” Adams explained, “This past year, I have been to dinner meetings in Camden, Atlantic City, Neptune, and Freehold. We hold monthly executive board meeting at the Sayreville Police Department.” The guest speaker was Lieutenant Kevin Fowler of the New Jersey State Police. Fowler is a Ramsey resident and the unit supervisor of the northern emergency management section, which includes the seven northern counties. Fowler spoke on the hierarchy of personnel who form the Borough OEM officials host NJEMA meeting New Jersey Office of Emergency Management. He was assisted by Trooper II James Dunham, NJSP. The meeting took place at the Ninth Iron Grille at the Paramus Country Club. The New Jersey Emergency Management Association promotes the professional growth and development of the state’s county and municipal OEMs. The organization’s president is Detective Barry Eck of the Sayreville Police Department, who was attending a FEMA seminar in Washington, D.C. The meeting was run by Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Vogel of the Sussex County Sheriff’s Department. Also attending from Ramsey OEM were Stephen Adams, Nicholas Attardo, James Keeney, and Ernest Larrat. Membership in the NJEMA is open to individuals and organizations that support the efforts of Emergency Management and Homeland Security in the state. Interested individuals are invited to visit the association’s website at www.NJEMA. org. Pictured are Ramsey DEMC Bruce Greenwood; Trooper II James Dunham, NJSP; Ramsey EMC Michael Adams; Lieutenant Kevin Fowler, NJSP; Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Vogel; and James Keeney, Ramsey OEM. The Ramsey Police Department reminds residents that the borough prohibits overnight parking on borough streets. Emergency exemptions may be requested by calling (201) 327-2402. These Overnight parking prohibited exemptions are short term and will not be granted when inclement weather (snow, ice, or sleet) is expected. Ramsey ordinances may be viewed on the borough website. Celebrate Ramsey Day Sept. 12, 2009 The Villadom TIMES will be publishing a special section featuring Ramsey Day celebration. Join other merchants in advertising your business while promoting this special day. Don’t miss the opportunity to show local consumers what you have to offer! But STILL can’t lose that Tummy or Cellulite? Call me about VelaShapeTM A NEW Nonsurgical method of Fat reduction and body contouring • Non-invasive • No Anesthesia • No Downtime Beverly Dunn, MD Waldwick, NJ • 201-445-0032 Dieting? Working Out? ������������������������ ��������������������� �������� ����������� YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSPAPER ������������ Publication Date: Wednesday, Sept. 9 Reservation Deadline: Friday, August 28 Call Joan at The Villadom TIMES today. 201-652-0744 ���������������������������