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Saturday, August 18, 2007

08/19/07 - Help Wanted - Human Resources Asst. Direct Hire - Manpower - Port Chester, NY

Job Description
Great Opportunity in Rye Brook, NY Experienced Human Resources Assistant needed to provide support to management, visiting executives, human resources and administration departments. Experience in benefits and payroll also a plus Bachelor's degree from a four-year college /university or 1-2 years related experience Must be proficient in Msword, Excel, Powerpoint and Navision software Bilingual Japanese would be a plus

Will be coordinating travel arrangements, itineraries, schedules, hotel arrangements, transportation, tours, restaurant reservations and appointment for president and visiting executives as needs Will be performing research and collecting data via phone, fax and email on any issues as requested by management wile be drafting, translating, editing and typing documents Will be assisting in the preparation, planning and coordination of corporate events and seminars Will be creating, updating and maintaining staff records, Human Resources forms and directories Will be updating and maintaining job descriptions Will act as liaison between staff and management Will be preparing, updating and maintaining legal documents and minutes Will be proofreading documents and contracts Sorting and routing mail and invoices

Job Title: Human Resources Asst. Direct Hire Primary

Skills: msword; navision; powerpoint; excel

Job Industry: Chemicals
Vacancies: 1 Job
City: Port Chester
Job State: NY
Job Country: US
Salary: $40000/YEARLY To $40000/YEARLY
Hours per Week: 40
Start Date: ASAP
Job Duration: Direct Placement Detailed
Job Duration: NA
Degree Type: NA
Degree Area: NA
Experience Minimum: 1 Years

Manpower has the job connections you need! For over 50 years, Manpower has been a world leader in the staffing industry. Whether you're interested in an office, light industrial, or call center environment, we can find you top pay and satisfying short-term, long-term, or direct hire positions that fit your skills and lifestyle.
Job Requirements
msword; navision; powerpoint; excel High SchoolNA Candidates responding to this posting must currently possess the eligibility to work in the United States. To submit a resume for this position, you must place US10606/HH/MI52 in the subject line of your e-mail.
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08/18/07 - Mr. Suits Is Looking To Have Contact With His Port Chester Birth Parents.



I am looking to have contact with my birth parents. I was born 1/1/1968 in Port Chester, NY at 11:21 pm. Would like to say thanks, had a great childhood, great adopted parents.

Source: Cousinconnect.com

Reporter: Mr. Suits

08/18/07 - Neighborhood Intruder Alert


Police continue to search for Byram burglar


Police searched late Thursday night for a burglar who broke into an apartment at a town housing complex in Byram police said.

Around 11 p.m., a resident called police after returning home, saying that an intruder was in her ground-floor apartment at 77 Vinci Drive, Lt. Daniel Allen, a police department spokesman said.
The victim did not see the intruder, who fled the apartment through a rear window before police arrived, Allen said.

Patrol officers searched the neighborhood and called in a police search dog from the Harrison, N.Y., police department, but did not find the burglar, Allen said.

There have been no other reported burglaries in the Byram area this month, Allen said.
It was undetermined if any property was stolen, said Allen, who declined to release additional details about the burglary. The Criminal Investigations Division is handling the case, according to Allen.

The building is one of three managed by the Housing Authority of the Town of Greenwich, Terry Mardula, deputy director of the housing authority, said.

In July police arrested a Port Chester man who allegedly broke into a Byram home where a family was sleeping. The homeowner was awakened by noises in the house, and confronted the prowler, who was in his basement.

A short time later, police found the man in front of Johnny Cakes, a 24-hour diner in Byram, where the homeowner identified him.

That man, Cesar H. DeSouza, 20, of 218 Cleveland St., Port Chester, was charged with second-degree burglary and is scheduled to appear next in state Superior Court in Stamford on Sept. 25, according to the Criminal Clerk's Office.........

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Publication Date: August 18, 2007

Reporter: Martin B. Cassidy

08/18/07 - Port Chester Peruvians Desparate To Contact Loved Ones After Earthquake Around Chincha



Peruvian families were spending much of yesterday trying to get through to relatives back home, while television stations brought images of devastation from Wednesday's powerful earthquake on the Pacific coast.

"We received the news that my grandpa's house - it's, like, gone," said Paola Garcia, an 18-year-old graduate of Port Chester High School. "All the family from my dad's side, they lost their houses."

Her father's family is from Chincha, a town about 100 miles southeast of the capital city of Lima where hundreds were injured or killed. The country's death toll was in the hundreds last night in the wake of the 8-magnitude earthquake and a series of aftershocks. Garcia's hometown of Lima withstood strong tremors, but Chincha and areas south were badly hit. Churches and homes turned to rubble, and roads were left impassable.

Somehow, Garcia's grandfather, unable to flee his home, survived the building collapse, she said. A cousin in Chincha e-mailed from his cell phone: "I'm OK, everything is OK, I'll talk to you later."

"It's really hard when you are not able to talk to them," Garcia said.

Telephone and cellular service remained spotty yesterday. At Costamar Express in Port Chester, which has a row of phone booths for long-distance calls, customers tried unsuccessfully to get through to Peru yesterday morning, business owner Fabian Mendez said.

"Many of them were desperate," he said.......

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Source: Journal News

Publication Date: August 17, 2007

Reporter: Leah Rae at lrae@lohud.com or 914-694-3526.

Source URL: http://www.thejournalnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007708170379



08/18/07 - Mayor Says POKO Partners LLC of Port Chester, N.Y. Are Still Interested In Developing The Site Depite Leaks From Electrical Transformers



The city has placed a demolition lien on the defunct company that owns the Capehart Mill for cleanup costs incurred after an oil spill last month.

A lien of $23,200 was filed against Foot of Fifth LLC last week to cover the first day's cleanup after electrical transformers began leaking oil July 12 into the Shetucket River.......

.......Mayor Ben Lathrop said negotiations with interested developers POKO Partners LLC of Port Chester, N.Y. are still ongoing despite this latest problem at the site.

"They are still very interested, and hopefully we'll see some direction from corporation counsel by early September as to how to proceed," Lathrop said. "They have my support. They have a good track record and know how to get financing."........

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Source: Norwich Bulletin

Publication Date: August 17, 2007

Reporter: Liz Mugavero at 425-4218 or lmugavero@norwichbulletin.com

Source URL: http://www.norwichbulletin.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007708170315

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