Cranford Memorial Day Parade Cancelled

The Memorial Day Parade has been canceled. The Memorial Day Ceremony will be held at the Community Center at 10AM

Due to inclement weather, the Memorial Day Parade has been canceled.  The Memorial Day Ceremony has been moved to the Cranford Community Center at 220 Walnut Ave. at 10 AM.  If you were scheduled to be a participant in this year’s parade, we ask that you pass this information onto other participants in your group.

Contact Information:
Joseph Van Bergen
Captain
908-272-2222

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Upcoming Health Screenings in Madison

Upcoming Health Screenings:

· Thursday, June 1, 2017 Comprehensive Metabolic Profile (CMP) blood analysis 8:00am start $25.00; fasting test
· Monday, June 5, 2017 Women’s Health Screening 10:00am start $25.00 if Pap test is done
· Monday, June 5, 2017 Men’s Health Screening 6:00-8:00pm No fee

All screenings are held at Madison Health Department and appointments are required. Call 973 593-3079 x 1 to schedule.

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‘Know Your Numbers’ Adult Health Screening

‘Know Your Numbers’ Adult Health Screening

When: Thursday, June 1, 2017

Starting at 8 a.m.

Who: Cranford residents – Men & women

What: Screening includes the CMP (comprehensive metabolic profile blood analysis), blood

pressure checks, information on cholesterol and diet and other health related tips. The

CMP analysis measures total cholesterol, HDL and LDL cholesterol, CBC and other

blood components.

Where: Madison Civic Center

28 Walnut Street, Madison

Registration is required. Call Madison Health Department at 973-593- 3079 ext. 1. Cranford

residents are charged a non-refundable fee of $25.00 for the CMP blood test. Participants should

have their physician’s name, address and telephone number ready when they call.

Men’s Health Screening

When: Monday, June 5, 2017

6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Who: Cranford adult men

What: Dr. John Dalena will perform testicular, prostate, and colorectal examinations.

Men ages 15-35 are at risk of developing testicular cancer, whereas prostate cancer is

more common in men over 55. Colorectal cancer is most frequently found in men over

the age of 40. Yearly check-ups are recommended for all men. Recent changes to

screening recommendations for men may be discussed with Dr. Dalena in June. There is

no fee for the men’s health check.

Where: Madison Civic Center

28 Walnut Street, Madison

Registration is required and closes on May 25. Call Madison Health Department at 973-

593-3079 ext. 1. Participants should have their physician’s name, address and telephone

number ready when they call.

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Historic Preservation Advisory Board Releases Phase 1 Historic Resources Survey Report

Historic Preservation Advisory Board Releases Phase 1 Historic Resources Survey Report
The Historic Preservation Advisory Board (HPAB)  is pleased to release a two-volume report entitled: Phase 1 Cranford Historic Resources Survey: Review of Existing Documentation, Baseline Inventory, and Survey Updates. The survey includes an overview of community history and development, a comprehensive review of existing cultural resources surveys, National Register listings and other documentation, current status updates for existing resources, and recommendations for future survey
and preservation planning activities.
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Tax Collector Information

Homestead credits have been applied to the May 2017 quarter. Residents who applied and qualified for this benefit will receive an adjusted second quarter bill (due May 1) the week of March 26, 2017.

The 2017 sewer bills will be mailed by April 14, 2017. Due dates will be May 1 and August 1 each having a 30 day grace period.

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