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Google’s expansion plan riles neighbors

Plan has some in Cambridge fearing loss of parkland

Google Inc.’s proposal to expand its offices in Kendall Square is facing stubborn opposition from neighbors and some Cambridge city councilors, who say the plan must be changed to preserve park space.

The plan, which calls for construction of a 25,000-square-foot glass connector between existing Google offices and an adjacent building, has sparked intense debate since it was presented to the City Council last week.

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