CRANFORD – Interested in learning more about how to solve Cranford’s water problems? Come to Union County College on Friday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m. for the Rahway River Watershed Regional Conference that will be hosted by Cranford Mayor Aschenbach. The panel discussion will be held in the Roy Smith Theater on the College’s Cranford campus. All are welcome to attend.
The conference will explore the impact of Irene and potential solutions from a regional perspective. The mayors of Springfield, Union, Millburn, and Cranford, along with their respective engineers and other local officials will be part of a roundtable discussion.
The conference will include comments from the Rahway River Association, the Army Corps of Engineers, and Leo Coakley of Hatch Mott McDonald.
The objective of the meeting is to form a Rahway River Watershed Flood Control Authority and to identify storage and other solutions that could protect homeowners and businesses.
The college’s Cranford campus is located at 1033 Springfield Avenue. For directions to Union County College, go to www.ucc.edu.
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