Cranford Township Committee Clarifies Affordable Housing Obligations, Will Decide on Hartz Mountain Application at Next Meeting

September 13, 2017

CRANFORD, NJ – The Cranford Township Committee approved Resolution 2017-10, which clarifies the affordable housing requirements in Cranford, at Tuesday night’s meeting.

Per the resolution, a multi-family or single-family attached residential development with five or more units must require a percentage of residential units set aside for affordable housing. For projects in which the ...

Hartz Mountain Accuses Cranford Township Committee of Purposely Delaying Decision for Redevelopment

CRANFORD, NJ – Hartz Mountain Industries is accusing the Township of Cranford of attempting to stall its application for redevelopment of 750 Walnut Avenue.

Last month, the township filed a motion asking the state court to find that Cranford is still in compliance with its affordable housing obligations. Included in that application is a list of potential development sites for affordable ...

NJ Monthly Ranks Cranford no. 40 in Top Towns List

CRANFORD, NJ – New Jersey Monthly ranked Cranford no. 40 in its September issue’s list of the top 100 towns in New Jersey, up from 2015 when it was ranked no. 51.

New Jersey Monthly analyzes New Jersey towns based on research that analyzes home values, property taxes, crime rate, school performance and lifestyle.

Towns with a population of less than 1,500 were not included, ...

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Say No to 750 Walnut: Residents Urge Neighbors To Pick Up a Lawn Sign Today.

September 7, 2017

It is important that all residents show united resistance to the massive apartment complex planned for 750 Walnut Street, Cranford, NJ. Lawn signs are now available at three local homes for front porch pick-up from 8am-8pm every day. Just walk up, drop $10 in the mailbox and take one of the signs!

Email for exact addresses! 

Cranford Residents ...