North Cliff School Celebrates Cultural Diversity Day
Today, the North Cliff School celebrated Cultural Diversity Day. The event was extremely well organized and was presented by the PTA. Englewood Cliffs is a diverse community with many families being first and second generation immigrants. The school hosted a wonderful event reflecting this diversity. Six countries were represented that included China, Greece, India, South Korea, Taiwan, and Turkey. The students welcomed a break from their rigorous class schedule to tour the exhibits. They found great joy in learning all about the different cultural and historical contributions. Bravo to Englewood Cliffs for promoting education, diversity and respect for our cultural differences. China China’s presenters gave a geographical demonstration and discussed Beijing, the nation’s capital and Shanghai, it’s largest city. The children learned about the renminbi, it’s official currency, chinese calligraphy, a form of aesthetically pleasing writing, and how this populous nation of East Asia is a vast landscape encompassing grassland, mountains, lakes, rivers and coastline. Greece Greece’s presentation was rich in history and culture. The children learned about Greece’s contributions to the modern world in mathematics, science, philosophy, language arts, engineering, and the birth of democracy and olympic sports. Videos of traditional greek dances, models of landmarks, detailed descriptions of some of […]
NJ DOT Approves Grant To Borough of Englewood Cliffs
A message from Mayor Kranjac: I am very pleased to announce that the New Jersey Department of Transportation has just approved a grant to Englewood Cliffs for $212,000…..Read More
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The borough of Englewood Cliffs appointed Donald Ingrasselino as its new public safety director. Ingrasselino will be tasked with overseeing the borough’s Police Department and he will work part time in an administrative capacity. Click here for more details.
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Englewood Cliffs features 1 of 12 Bergen County zip codes to be among the top 50. Other Bergen county towns to make the top 10 list are Alpine and Franklin Lakes. To see 2017’s top 50 most expensive zip codes, click here.
Englewood Cliffs Upper School ranks in the top 10 public schools in New Jersey.
Englewood Cliffs Upper School ranked 9th in New Jesey’s Department of Education prestigious new school ratings after scoring more than 2,000 public schools for the 2016 / 2017 school year. The town of Fort Lee, which borders the south end of Englewood Cliffs, had their Elementry School No. 1 come in at 47th place. You can view the top 50 highest scores here.
Englewood Cliffs to hire additional attorneys to defend against litigation for the affordable housing negotiations.
Normandy Real Estate Partner, the owner of the sprawling 28 acre property former Unilever Campus located at 800 Sylvan Avenue, had their original plans rejected by the Englewood Cliffs Planning Board. The original plans required that the property be subdivided, and according to the planning board did not conform to the campus like style the planning board wanted to maintain. To learn more, visit here.
Looking for great tasting chicken wings to host for your next party?
Check out some of Englewood Cliffs local restaurants serving the best chicken wings the area has to offer. Mr BBQ is one of them located here in town. For a complete list click here.
Former Unilever Campus sought our for intervention by developer
Englewood Cliffs borough officials have not take kindly to the request and will fight the efforts to intervene. For more details, click here.
Normandy Real Estate Partners files motion to develop affordable housing in Englewood Cliffs
Unilever’s 20 acre campus located at 800 Sylvan Avenue in Englewood Cliffs is in the middle of a hotly contested dispute between its owners, Normandy Real Estate Partners, and the towns local government. For more info, click here.