Regional Plan Association Makes Presentation On Impact of Shutdown of Hudson River Rail Tunnels

What would happen if one or both rail tunnels connecting New Jersey to Penn Station in New York were to close? The Regional Plan Association has examined that potential nightmare situation and made a presentation Monday evening. Hear more in this report from Cranford Radio.

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Nat Bottigheimer, Regional Plan Association


Cranford Radio Headlines for Week of September 13

The Township Committee takes action on 750 Walnut Avenue and the owner of the Cranford Theater property talks about the future of the movie house. More on those stories, along with the usual rundown of Cranford events, CHS sports and the weekend weather in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.

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Cranford QuickChek Opens Tuesday, September 10

Cranford’s newest business, a QuickChek convenience store and gas station, is set to open Tuesday, September 10 at 5 am. A ribbon-cutting took place Monday afternoon with a number of QuickChek and town officials in attendance, including Mayor Patrick Giblin, Senator Tom Kean Jr. and Assemblywoman Nancy Muñoz.

QuickChek president and CEO Dean Durling was on hand and he spoke with Cranford Radio about the new store, including how a portion of the sales will benefit the Cranford Soccer Club.

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Cranford Radio Headlines for Week of August 23

A public meeting to consider a contentious proposal for a cell tower on the campus of Union County College has been postponed and Cranford cops got a dunking for a worthy cause.

A taste of fall is in the air for this weekend’s weather and it should make Sunday’s downtown street fair very comfortable.

More on these stories in this week’s Cranford Radio headlines.

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