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A Message From The Englewood Cliffs Homeowners Club

THANK YOU! We would like to thank our fellow Englewood Cliffs residents for coming to Wednesday night’s Council meeting. It is very gratifying to see hundreds of people come out and make their position known. One by one you told the Democratic Council that they need to represent our residents, not developers. You clearly told […]

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“Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.”- John F. Kennedy Volume 13 April 2019 Carin Geiger, President – Debbie Fehre, Acting Vice President – Secretary Lynn Liaskos, […]

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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, […]

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Englewood Cliffs appoints public safety director to oversee its Police Department

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.   Mayor Mario Kranjac’s vote in favor of Ingrasselino’s appointment was the deciding factor as Republicans William Woo, Carrol McMorrow, and […]

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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 […]

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