CRANFORD, NJ - Following Hartz Mountain industries' application to rezone and develop 750 Walnut Avenue, Cranford residents have joined together to protest.
The group is also selling "Say no to 750 Walnut" lawn signs.
"This would increase Cranford's population a whopping eight to ten percent," the website reads. "It risks a potentially devastating financial impact on our school system, and emergency services, and will affect traffic patterns and the quality of life for Cranford and Clark residents as well as others in Union County."
The website also features a list of news articles about the application and a history of the site.
To view the website and learn upcoming events planned by the group, click here.