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Cranford and Clark Residents Clash with Hartz Mountain Representatives at Community Meeting

July 14, 2017

CRANFORD, NJ – Hartz Mountain Industries had a panel of experts in traffic, finance and architecture available to address a roomful of angry Cranford residents on Thursday night.

According to the representatives on behalf of Hartz Mountain Industries, the 905 apartment units are intended to draw in a mix of young professionals without children and empty-nesters who work in New York City ...

Hartz Mountain Announces Location for July 13 Meeting in Cranford

CRANFORD, NJ – Hartz Mountain has scheduled a July 13 meeting in the former Bank of America offices at 750 Walnut Ave.

The meeting is open to the public and will be led by representatives from Hartz Mountain and its development team. Read more about it here.

The meeting’s location is scheduled on the property that the company wishes to rezone in order to develop 905 apartment ...

22-Year-Old Cranford Resident, Morgan Mason, Franchises Frutta Bowls in Livingston

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce and members of the Livingston Township Council helped Mayor Shawn Klein cut the ribbon at Livingston’s new Frutta Bowls, recently franchised by two 22-year-old girls who are enthusiastic about bringing natural and nutritious bowls, smoothies and more to the community.

Morgan Mason of Cranford and Gionna Marotta of Caldwell, ...

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Union County Surrogate Warns Residents on EIN Scam

August 17, 2017

Union County Surrogate James LaCorte cautioned residents to avoid online companies that charge fees of up to $250 to obtain an Employer Identification Number (EIN).

“An EIN must be ordered directly from the Internal Revenue Service, and there is no fee,” said Surrogate LaCorte. “I am issuing this warning because it has come to my attention that there are some services ...