Wednesday, January 9, 2013
iNeighborCircle.com announces an online event in which Fort Lee residents can earn a “Community Contributor Badge” and win $25.
Wednesday, January 9
A new social networking website started by a Fort Lee resident and working parent is organizing an online event called “Help Neighbors Know Fort Lee.” If you’re a Fort Lee resident and have questions your neighbors might be able to answer, you can ask them by visiting iNeighborCircle.com, says founder Lingling Zhao. iNeighborCircle.com will award a “Community Contributor Badge” to Fort Lee residents who help others by answering questions, providing recommendations on local businesses and experts and giving away or lending neighbors and friends items through the website, Zhao said, adding that the top three contributors will win a $25 prize. “Our goal is to help Fort Lee by getting the residents to know each other, strengthening the …
Thursday, December 13, 2012
iNeighborCircle was the brainchild of Fort Lee working mother Lingling Zhao, who hopes the website will help bring Fort Lee residents together to share items, information and much more.
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Thursday, December 13, 2012
A Fort Lee resident and working parent of children in the Fort Lee school system has launched a website aimed at bringing the concept of “the old neighborhood” to the modern day by providing a way for neighbors to connect with each other, share goods, services and information and provide recommendations on local businesses and experts. Lingling Zhao, who works on Wall Street as an IT professional, said she started iNeighborCircle because, as a working mom, she was “always running behind the clock.” “While taking care of work, I also want to know my neighbors and other parents in [Fort Lee School No. 4],” Zhao said. “I need to find for my two girls and my family the right kids’ piano teacher, swimming teacher, nanny, handyman and summer …
Monday, December 19, 2011
School officials say the site is “part of our goal to communicate all information regarding the bond referendum vote” taking place on Jan. 24, 2012
The Fort Lee Board of Education launched a special website Monday as part of its goal of communicating information to the public about its $30.2 million school bond referendum on Jan. 24. The site, which is linked to the school district’s website, includes a letter from the board detailing the plan and the rationale behind it, downloadable voting forms, downloadable plans, images of each of the schools, a questions and comments section, a tax calculator so voters can see exactly how much of a tax impact they would see if the referendum passes, and more. At Monday’s Board of Education meeting, Acting Superintendent of Schools Steven Engravalle called the website a “one-stop shop for the community” and “a place where they can find all of the…