QUAINT??
TRANSPARENT GOVERNMENT??

LACK OF TRANSPARENCY IN CRANFORD
PRIVATE MEETINGS/HIDDEN AGENDA BY DMC, PLANNING BOARD AND MAYOR HANNEN
REDEVELOPMENT OF OUR DOWNTOWN
WHAT HAPPENED TO "QUAINT"?
read in Westfield Leader
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WHAT ARE THEY HIDING?
DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT STUDY NEEDS TO BE ON TOWN WEBSITE NOW WHERE THE TAXPAYERS CAN SEE WHAT THEY PAID FOR AND WHAT IS BEING PLANNED

CONTACT COMMISSIONERS

Township Committee Meetings
December 18 & 19

ZONING/PLANNING BOARD HEARINGS

750 WALNUT AVENUE/HARTZ MOUNTAIN

COURT DENIES CRANFORD'S REQUEST TO CHANGE AFFORDABLE HOUSING JUDGMENT--Westfield Leader, October 5, 2017


ADJOURNED BY APPLICANT REQUEST--750 WALNUT PLANNING BOARD MEETING --NEW DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED

click here: HOW A NJ PLANNING BOARD WORKS AND HOW TO PARTICIPATE

CLICK HERE TO REVIEW THE ARCHITECTURAL PLAN, SITE PLAN AND TRAFFIC PLAN FOR THE 905 APT PROPOSAL FOR 750 WALNUT AVE.
Rumored Morale Problems Plague the Cranford Municipal Building
Within the last 6 months a number of Cranford employees have quit. A few examples:
Police Chief
Assistant Zoning Officer
Township Clerk
Tax Collector
COMMENTS ABOUT BIRCHWOOD MADE AT THE
OCTOBER 8, 2013
OFFICIAL TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE MEETING

Township Attorney Daniel J. McCarthy

Provided an update of litigation involving Cranford Development Associates. Discussed the deadline for the submission of appeal briefs and explained that he fully anticipates that the deadlines would be extended given the volume of the material that the attorneys on both sides are handling. Stated that it is his understanding that Cranford’s attorneys have already requested consent from the developer’s attorney to extend Cranford’s deadline to file its brief. Whether or not the developer’s attorney provides his consent, he expects that the Appellate Division would grant the extension. Stated that he does not expect the matter to be fully briefed until the middle of 2014, and he also does not expect the Appellate Division to hear oral argument until at least the end of 2014. Also explained that the Appellate Division
does not have to grant oral argument, and in that case, there would be a panel of three (3) appellate judges that would hear the case. It would then be up to this panel to determine the time in which to issue a decision. Feels that because of the complexity of the case and the enormous volume of material, he does not expect any finality from the Appellate Division until at least the beginning of 2015. As to the status of CDA’s Flood Hazard Area permit application that was filed with the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), he expects to receive a full report from Cranford’s environmental attorney, Robert Podvey, within the next six (6) weeks.