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What Changes Would You Like to See in Cranford in 2014?

What are you hoping to see happen this coming year?


With the arrival of a new year, Patch wants to know: what resolutions would you make for the Township of Cranford?

In 2014, the Township Committee will be joined by two new republicans, Bob D'Ambola and Mary O'Connor and a new Township Attorney will be voted on come Wednesday.

The Raritan Valley Rail Line is set to have off-peak direct service into Manhattan beginning in March. Although passengers would like peak service into the city, the Raritan Valley Rail Coalition calls this a step in the right direction.

Several new businesses are set to open in Downtown Cranford including a Starbucks and Fresh Press Juice Co., among others.

The Township has also been working to begin de-snagging and de-silting of the Rahway River in 2014 to clear up the river from debris and reduce flooding.

What changes would you like to see in Cranford in the new year? Tell us in the comments section. 
JR January 02, 2014 at 10:33 PM
After 35 years I'd like to see Herning Avenue (Halloween road) paved....We've waited far too long and the street is a mess....Thanks

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