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Englewood Cliffs LG 6/23/15

A rendering of the planned LG headquarters in Englewood Cliffs. (LG)...

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Englewood Cliffs LG 6/23/15

William Cho, president and CEO of LG, and Laurance Rockefeller, president of the American Conservation Foundation, in Englewood Cliffs, June 23, 2015. (Myles Ma | NJ.com for NJ Advance Media)...

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Englewood Cliffs LG 6/23/15

A rendering of the planned LG headquarters in Englewood Cliffs. (LG)...

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Englewood Cliffs LG 6/23/15

A rendering of the planned LG headquarters in Englewood Cliffs. (LG)...

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Englewood Cliffs LG 6/23/15

Laurance Rockefeller, President of the American Conservation Association, speaks about an agreement with LG Electronics as LG President and CEO William Cho looks on, June 23, 2015. (Myles Ma | NJ.com for NJ Advance Media)...

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Englewood Cliffs LG 6/23/15

Ned Sullivan, president of Scenic Hudson, speaks about an agreement with LG on the company's planned headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, June 23, 2015. (Myles Ma | NJ.com for NJ Advance Media)...

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LG agrees to reduce height of proposed Englewood Cliffs building

LG Electronics USA has agreed to dramatically reduce the height of its proposed 143-foot office building, in an agreement the company is calling a “win-win solution” for LG and those who had opposed the building because, they said, it would be visible above the tree line on Palisades cliffs.

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After big buildup, LG plans for Englewood Cliffs in limbo

One year ago, Englewood Cliffs Mayor Joseph Parisi Jr. stood before a crowd of reporters and called for a compromise to the protracted dispute between LG Electronics USA and those who oppose the company’s plans to build a 143-foot office building along the Palisades cliffs. But even as both sides say they continue to talk, no agreement has been announced, litigation to curtail LG’s plans has stalled, and legislation that would ban tall buildings, like the one proposed by LG, hasn’t moved forward.

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Name-dropper: Teaneck street, church share a saint

Part of today's Name Dropper column concerns the six consecutive streets in Teaneck that bear women's names: Julia Street, Margaret Street, Alicia Avenue, Stasia Street, Anna Street and Katherine Street. Other communities have such street names such as Angela Place in Paterson and Priscilla Lane in Englewood Cliffs. But six in a row? Note: The Teaneck honorees were not sextuplets.

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Annual Rubin Run draws 1,500 in Bergen County

The Rubin Run – now in its 34th year — is held annually on Mother’s Day and offers a 5k, 10k or half-marathon trek through Tenafly, Englewood and Englewood Cliffs.

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