Show Support with a Lawn Sign

If you’re interested in a lawn sign please make your request by clicking on the button below! A $10 donation towards cost of the sign is appreciated but not mandatory. We've been out trying to get the main route, but would love to see them everywhere! Request a Lawn Sign Click Here

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Update from Mayor Giblin (5/28/19)

PSE&G Update Please see below statement from PSE&G. Township officials and myself had a meeting this morning, and will continue to meet/discuss this project weekly. Unfortunately we do not expect to have an answer by the initial May 31st timeline. The Township Committee will continue to keep you updated and encourage residents to…

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Meeting with RAGE (5/18/19)

Yesterday, members of No High Voltage Cranford met with Residents Against Giant Electric (RAGE). RAGE recently defeated a similar utility project in Monmouth County. And we can too. It was incredible to meet with people who likewise care so much about their communities. Another grass roots group who fought for what’s right. It…

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Tapinto Op-Ed (5/17/19)

Beautifully written op-Ed by fellow resident @Bryn Lloyd-Bollard in opposition to the proposed PSEG powerline plan.

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Help us File Formal Complaints

UPDATE: PLEASE EMAIL THE FOLLOWING At last evenings Union County freeholder meeting we learned that PSE&G claims they have no email complaints about Cranford's project (this is likely because they only supplied us with a phone number to complain to, however we know for fact many have emailed various executives). It is IMPERATIVE…

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Union County Freeholders Unanimously Pass Resolution (5/16/19)

**UPDATE: Union County Freeholders unanimously pass resolution supporting efforts to relocate PSE&G power lines outside of residential areas.** Tonight, No High Voltage Cranford and No Monster Power Lines - Westfieldbanded together before the Union County Freeholders to strongly oppose PSE&G efforts to run high-voltage power lines and toxic poles down residential streets. It was a true…

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