Membership fees at the Cranford Pool are expected to increase and kudos go out to students at Cranford High. More on those stories along with the weekend forecast, events and varsity sports in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.
Being in the middle can sometimes be a tough place. Stewart Mader’s job finds him talking to NJ Transit customers about how the agency operates and explaining what goes on behind the scenes. It also has him taking customers’ ideas and concerns to top management. Mader serves as the Chief Customer Experience Officer and Customer Advocate for the statewide organization. He talked with Bernie Wagenblast about what his job involves and what he’s learned since joining NJ Transit in April 2019.
Crime news leads this week’s headlines. We’ll also bring you up to date on the weekend weather, CHS sports and events on Saturday and Sunday.
For 39-years the Cranford Clergy Council and the Interfaith Human Relations Committee have recognized individuals and organizations who have worked to foster better relations among all people. On January 16 at St. Michael Church, Skip Winter was presented with the honor. Afterward he spoke with Cranford Radio.
This week it was the Board of Education’s turn to hold their reorganization meeting and the water company had to deal with a couple of water main breaks during the beginning of the week. You’ll hear more on those stories, along with the spring-like forecast and a look at weekend events, in this week’s Cranford Radio headline.
The Cranford Police Department is there to respond to all sorts of emergencies but who is there to help the police officers when they need assistance? One group that stands at the ready is the Cranford Honorary PBA Local 52. The group was created by retired CPD police officer Paul Cymbaluk, who serves as the organization’s president. He spoke with Cranford Radio to tell us about the organization.