UPDATE: May 16, 2019
Planning Board Meeting – June 5, 2019:
Planning Board will debate publicly and vote on the Hartz 750 Walnut re-zoning application.
Cranford 2018 – 2025 Fair Share Plan Documents
Cranford’s immunity from builder’s remedy lawsuits has been extended
through June 30, 2019 for negotiations on its new Fair Share Plan. The link to the document is here.
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT
It is important that all residents show united resistance to the massive apartment complex planned for 750 Walnut Ave., Cranford, NJ!
Lawn signs are now available for $10.
Email CraoCranford@gmail.com for details and pickup locations.
We are an informal network of Cranford residents concerned about high-density overdevelopment in New Jersey. The network’s purpose is to provide up-to-date information about current and proposed Cranford development projects, like 750 Walnut Ave, and to connect people who wish to participate in efforts to oppose threats of over-development.
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The most recent project is Hartz Mountain Industries proposed 905 mostly luxury rental unit complex at 750 Walnut Avenue. This will increase Cranford’s population by up to 10%, severely straining our school system, emergency services, and traffic patterns in and around Cranford.
The 2019 meeting schedules for Cranford Township Committee, Planning Board and Zoning Board are out:
Township Committee Meetings. Start time for public portion: 7:30 pm
Planning Board Meetings. Start time for public portion: 8:00 pm
Zoning Board Meetings. Start time for public portion: 7:45 pm (new time)
See the Cranford website for updates or changes
Township Committee: Tuesday, May 14 @ 7:30 pm; May 28 @ 7:00 pm
Planning Board: Wednesday, May 1, 8 & 15 @ 8:00 pm
Zoning Board: Monday, May 20 @ 7:45 pm. May 13 – Cancelled
All meetings are at the Cranford Municipal Building
8 Springfield Avenue
Cranford Parking Guide
Agendas and Minutes for all meetings are here:
Agendas for all public meetings must be posted at least 48 hours before the meeting. This is required by the Open Public Meetings Act.