|On Saturday, the Bergen County Utilities Authority stationed a truck in the parking lot of Sears in Hackensack to shred residents' unwanted documents. The so-called Shred Event is held in each municipality.|
|It was as easy as driving up and dumping the papers into one of these two containers before they were transferred to the truck for shredding.|
By VICTOR E. SASSON
A small part of The Record's front page today is devoted to Governor Christie's veto of expanded voting, and a bill he signed to regulate group homes for people with dementia.
But Editor Martin Gottlieb continues to give most of Page 1 and two inside pages to the Friday night terrorist attacks in Paris (A-1, A-10 and A-11).
On voter reform, two Record reporters do their best to cast the issue as a strictly Democratic one, in keeping with the paper's editorial endorsement of Christie's mean-spirited veto (A-1).
The story on group homes for people with dementia conforms to the Woodland Park daily's policy of reporting only on institutionalized seniors (A-1).
In Local, there are three stories on schools, but nothing about Hackensack (L-1 and L-6).
Assignment Editors Deirdre Sykes ad Dan Sfroza appear to have ordered an embargo on any news about the Hackensack Board of Education.