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Palisades Park police lieutenant sues Palisades Park, ex-chief

A police lieutenant has filed a lawsuit against the borough, its police department, and former chief claiming he was a target of retaliation and discrimination after he complied with a federal subpoena seeking police documents.

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North Jersey heroin bust nets two arrests, plus 21 kilograms of drugs

Authorities recovered 21 kilograms of heroin — estimated to be worth more than $1 million — and charged two men, including a Palisades Park resident, with drug distribution following a raid Friday at several locations, law enforcement officials said.

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Arriving in Palisades Park, three men complete cross-country trek in honor of ‘comfort women’

Three South Korean college students rode their bikes to the Palisades Park library Friday, completing a more than two-month journey across the country to bring awareness of the history of women forced into sexual slavery before and during World War II.

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Korean interpreter will soon be available at Palisades Park council meetings

But on Tuesday, community members took matters into their own hands, bringing portable equipment that allowed them to hear a Korean interpretation of the Borough Council meeting.

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Palisades Park residents want Korean-language interpreters at town meetings

A group of residents in Palisades Park wants Korean-language interpreters at town meetings, saying they have not been able to fully understand and participate at those sessions.

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Immigrant advocacy group works to sign up voters in Palisades Park

Armed with fliers and their language skills in Korean, Spanish, and English, volunteers held a voter-registration drive in Palisades Park on Saturday in hopes of getting more people to the polls in November.

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Palisades Park sets boundaries for multi-family housing, massage parlors and pawn shops

The Borough Council in Palisades Park on Monday adopted land-use changes that limit where three-story multi-residential buildings may be constructed and where massage parlors and pawn shops could open.

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Palisades Park looks at limits on massage parlors, pawn shops, housing

Massage parlors and pawn shops would have to be at least 100 feet away from day cares, schools and houses of worship and would be required to get municipal licenses to operate under an ordinance the Palisades Park Borough Council is considering.

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Palisades Park high-rise proposal worries neighbors

A multistory residential building is once again being proposed on wetlands and neighbors are already collecting signatures in opposition to the plan scheduled to be heard Monday before the borough’s zoning board.

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Man accused of defrauding Palisades Park family of over $100K in immigration scam

Grewal said the investigation leading to Lee’s arrest started in March, when the Palisades Park Police Department received a complaint from a local resident who said he had been persuaded to pay Lee $100,000 to help him and family members obtain permanent resident alien status.

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