US Army Corps of Engineers Makes Presentation on Rahway River Flooding

On Monday, the US Army Corps of Engineers provided an update on their  Rahway River Basin Flood Risk Management Feasibility Study. The presentation provided preliminary benefit-cost numbers of ten alternatives. Chris Gardner, a spokesman for the New York District of the Army Corps, spoke by phone with Cranford Radio to talk about what was presented and next steps.

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View US Army Corps of Engineers presentation (PDF 6MB)

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Chris Gardner, US Army Corps of Engineers

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Grand Opening: Bento Express

It’s been a little over a month since Bento Express opened its doors at 41 North Ave. East. The grand opening is Saturday, March 22 between noon and 3 pm and the public is invited to sample their food. Richard Lo is the owner and shortly before the official ribbon-cutting he talked about his new restaurant.

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Michael & Richard Lo

Bento Express

 

Cranford Historic Preservation Advisory Board

A stroll around town gives you an idea of the wealth of beautiful homes and architecture we have in Cranford.  To help maintain all we have and to develop a deeper appreciation for that history, the Cranford Historic Preservation Advisory Board was created.  Two of the members are Maureen Strazdon and Vic Bary and they provided some background on the board and reviewed some of the highlights of the past year.

More about the Cranford Historic Preservation Advisory Board

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Dedication of Roosevelt School fireplace in the Community Center
Left to right: Ed O’Malley (2013 Township Liaison), Maureen McDougall, Alice Bellante, Teresa Montani, Carolyn Youngs. Vic Bary, Maureen Strazdon, Bill King, Ron Meeks and Loretta Smith. Not pictured are Myron Borden, Kinney Clark, Matt Cohen, Lori Hoffner and Michael Mason.

 

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