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  Vineland Ramada debuts new solar project
   ThE VINeLaNd Ramada last week hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new 500-kilowatt ground-
   mounted solar installation. The hotel, located at 2216 W. Landis Ave., in the Cumberland County city, said
   it will be the first Wyndham Hotel property in New Jersey to use solar energy.
          The system, which consists of 2,300 solar photovoltaic panels, will produce 620,620 kilowatt-hours
   of electricity — enough energy to power 50 homes — per year, according to the hotel. The solar array,
   which was installed by Paterson-based Pfister energy, also will prevent 863,220 pounds of carbon, 4,717
   pounds of sulfur and 1,552 pounds of nitrogen emissions annually, the hotel said. – Evelyn Lee                                                                                                                                          The 500-kilowatt ground-mounted solar
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           installation at Vineland Ramada is slated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           to become the first Wyndham Hotel prop-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           erty in New Jersey to use solar energy.

Legislators weigh future                         add video lottery terminals at Mead-
                                                 owlands Racetrack. – Andrew Kitchenman
                                                                                                   computer systems in a $25 million
                                                                                                   ticket scheme surrendered to federal                  Deals around the state
of N.J. sports authority                                                                           authorities in Newark last week, said
                                                                                                                                                         n Watson Pharmaceuticals Inc., in Morristown, said it acquired the domestic
                                                                                                   U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman.
The New Jersey Sports & Exposition
                                                 Claim refund for 2006                                   Los Angeles residents Kenneth                   rights to bioadhesive progesterone gel products from Columbia Laborato-
Authority continues to be the sub-               returns or IRS will snag it                       Lowson, 40; Kristofer Kirsch, 37; and                 ries Inc., in Livingston, for $47 million plus royalties, as well as milestone pay-
ject of debate in Trenton, after the                                                               Joel Stevenson, 37, of Alameda, Calif.,               ments up to $45.5 million.
Senate Legislative Oversight Com-                Every year around this time, the Inter-           arrived at the Newark offices of the
                                                                                                                                                         n L-3 Command & Control Systems and Software, in Eatontown, a division
mittee held a meeting on its mission             nal Revenue Service reminds taxpay-               Federal Bureau of Investigation, Fish-
and future.                                      ers that they could claim refunds on              man said last week. Los Angeles resi-                 of L-3 Communications, said it was awarded a contract worth up to $187.4
      Sen. Barbara Buono (D-Edi-                 returns they may not have filed for the           dent Faisal Nahdi, 36, who was also                   million if all options are exercised by the U.S. Navy. The company will provide
son) questioned                                  period going back three years. About              charged, was out of the country, but is               systems engineering and technical-support services to the Navy.
whether the au-                                  $43 million in refunds for 2006 awaits            expected to turn himself in,.
thority’s current                                39,000 New Jerseyans, but they have                     The men and their company,                      nCurtiss-Wright Corp., in Parsippany, said it received a contract worth $25
model is still vi-                               to file their returns for that year by            Wiseguy Tickets Inc., allegedly used                  million from Northrop Grumman Corp. Curtiss-Wright will provide ad-
able in light of                                 April 15, 2010, or the U.S. Treasury will         fraudulent techniques to obtain and                   vanced mission management systems for unmanned aircraft for the U.S.
its debt and a                                   pocket it, said Gregg Semanick, an IRS            resell “millions of dollars worth of                  Navy.– João-Pierre S. Ruth
request for a $30                                spokesman based in Mountainside.                  premium tickets to the most sought
million subsidy.                                       “In New Jersey, the IRS esti-               after concerts, shows, and sporting
      Buono said         Barbara Buono           mates that half of those who could                events,” according to an announce-                 Franklin Township into a multi-                                                      pandable to 330,000 square feet, and
after the meeting she would discuss              claim refunds for tax year 2006 would             ment released last week by Fishman.                tenant data center.                                                                  ultimately can accommodate 160,000
the matter with Gov. Chris Christie’s            receive more than $666,” Semanick                       Kirsch’s attorney, John P. Mc-                    New York-based Sentinel                                                         square feet of net computer room
commission on the future of sports               said. The IRS makes its calculations              Donald, a partner in the Somerville                
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