Assemblyman Jon Bramnick: Cap State Spending at 2%

Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (R-21) kicks off a new feature onĀ Cranford Radio. I plan to extend an invitation to elected officials who represent Cranford at various levels of government to provide a monthly commentary.

In this first example, Assemblyman Bramnick discusses his proposal to cap state spending increases at two percent annually.

Assemblyman Bramnick’s commentary

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Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (R-21)


Cranford Radio Headlines for Week of January 3

The new year means a new township committee and 2019 ends with the passing of the woman who was said to have taught Cranford to swim. There’s more on those stories, as well as a look at the weekend weather and high school sports in this week’s edition of Cranford Radio headlines.

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Cranford Mayor Patrick Giblin Looks at Year Ahead

The Cranford Township Committee held its annual reorganization meeting Thursday evening. Commissioners Mary O’Connor and Kathleen Miller Prunty took the oath of office as they begin new terms on the township committee. In addition, Patrick Giblin was elected by his fellow commissioners to serve as mayor for the year ahead. Following the meeting, Mayor Giblin spoke with Cranford Radio about what he would like to accomplish in the year ahead and where things stand with several challenges the township faces.

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Patrick Giblin being sworn in as mayor by Governor Phil Murphy

Cranford Radio Headlines for Week of December 20

NJ Transit headlines this week’s news, including an interview with the head of the agency. I know Christmas is only a few days away, but our other top story is about the Fourth of July.

CHS winter sports teams are active this weekend and there are a couple of Christmas-related events in town that we’ll tell you about. The weekend weather rounds out your weekly update.

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NJ Transit President Talks About Raritan Valley Line

Commuters on the Raritan Valley Line saw the re-introduction of off-peak service one-seat service to and from NYC on the Raritan Valley Line in November. Calls for peak and weekend one-seat service continue. Kevin Corbett, the president and CEO of NJ Transit, sat down with Cranford Radio to talk about the system in general and the Raritan Valley Line in particular.

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Kevin Corbett

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