CranberryToday Fall 2012
September 22, 2012 | By Cranberry Township | Impressions: 67 |
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Cranberry Plan Update draft report of the comprehensive plan which guides Cranberry Township’s policies and legislative agenda through 2030.
CTCC- Cranberry Artists Network Art Expo, July 6-Aug 3 at the Cranberry Municipal Center. Winners announced at Martinis with Monet Opening Reception, Jul 6.
The Hub is a central point of contact for businesses. As a clearinghouse for business inquiries and information - we are available to assist entrepreneurs and p
Cranberry Township buys all its municipal drinking water from the West View Water Authority. As the Authority’s single biggest customer, we have been able to negotiate their best rates. Even so, those rates just saw a significant increase as the Authority prepares to meet future capacity requirements. So we spend a lot of money buying water—about $2.5 million for 850 million gallons last year—and that was before the rates went up. As a result, water is a high-value commodity, and we’ve put an aggressive program of conservation in place to make sure our residents get the most value from the water we buy.
FOOD BOOTHS 1. Wales (St. David's Society) 2. Nalinee's Kitchen (A Taste of Thailand) 3. Poland (ABC Moms) 4. Cranberry Sister Cities 5. India 6. Korea 7. Croatia: Jr. Tamburitzans (Tanac) 8. Brazil 9. Slovenia 10. Italy 11. Philippines (PAPAGP) 12. Pakis