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Omar Boraie: Boraie Development

This man is a New Jersey success story who has changed the way that New Brunswick appears to the state of New Jersey. Omar is the man at the helm of Boraie Development LLC(https://www.bloomberg.com/profiles/companies/0601263D:US-boraie-development-llc) which has developed New Jersey at a very fast rate having built homes and apartments that make it the next generation city.

Urban Real Estate

They have been able to offer the best of the urban experience in the Real estate sector, and they have changed the landscape in New Jersey. As the Vice President of Boraie Development, Omar Boraie has been able to make sure that the work they do is nothing short of remarkable.

They are the ones who have been making strides in the provision of amenities about the development of urban homes for the people of New Jersey.

As a New Jersey man, he is the true definition of what success is like, and his interests in the science of the genome are also another reason why he is notable.

Omar and Genomic Science

At the Rutgers Cancer Institute, the scientists who are in charge of the groundbreaking research in cancer can thank him for what he has done. in a report by Patch.com, he has pledged that he will provide $1.5 million in funding to make sure that they get all they need for their noble work.

The scientists at the institute are thanking him for his unwavering support of their cause and the part that he played in the development of the New Brunswick healthcare department. His generosity has been applauded by all of them, and he has kept his word as usual.

The Legacy

The Boraie development LLC has been around for 30 years and has had a good track record that features impressive projects in and around New Jersey. They have the vision of having their own capital built by their efforts.

As one of the most sought after Development Company in New Jersey, you can understand why they have the success of that scale. With a dream that aims at the building of a whole new Atlantic City in rejuvenated mode, they sure do aim high.

The Community Angle

As a man who has made it, he has been sponsoring several projects that the community applauds and appreciates. For example, they sponsor the State Theatre annual free summer movies series which feature blockbuster movies.

 

 

Squaw Valley Reassures Visitors Over Water Quality

The historic Squaw Valley Ski Resort has been one of the best loved and respected in the U.S. for almost a century and has shown its determination to protect its visitors at all times after an issue was raised about water quality. A statement was released by officials at Squaw Valley to address the water issue that was originally caused by a major rain event that has affected the quality of drinking water in a number of wells found across the Placer County region of California.

 

A summer 2016 upgrade of the water quality system used at Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows proved its worth in identifying a number of issues in the water of the Upper Mountain region of the resort; in fact, the water quality equipment proved so successful the drinking water was never offered to any visitor and no case of illness has so far been traced back to the water issues.

 

As for Squaw Valley, the statement released by the resort explained the first thought when the water problem was identified was for the safety of guests and resulted in officials from Placer County Environmental Health Department being called in as soon as the issue was identified. Traces of coliform and E.Coli had originally been found in four wells at Squaw Valley resulting in the resort calling in independent water quality experts to reduce the impact of the discovered bacteria for all employees and visitors.

 

Squaw Valley have explained that three of the four affected wells are now showing no signs of E.Coli and reduced levels of coliform as the work of water experts begins to take effect. As of November 2016 the slopes of the Upper Mountain region remain open with Squaw Valley providing complimentary bottled drinking water for all visitors using these areas of the resort.

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