Montclair Local Letters and Opinion
Howe House must be saved (Letter to the Editor)
"How is it that white history keeps repeating itself while Black history is forever at risk?" Aminah Toler and the Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael write.
CFO’s complaint deserved prompt review (Letter to the Editor)
"Was anyone even thinking when they received Ms. Rao’s complaint?" Barbara Flessas writes.
School bond referendum is critical (Letter to the Editor)
"Montclair now has old crumbling schools, with old leaky roofs, old boilers and an infrastructure that has seen better days," David Herron writes.
Remember to vote on Nov. 8 (Letter to the Editor)
The polls are open on Election Day from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Shocked by allegations against township manager (Letter to the Editor)
Alex Kent asks why Timothy Stafford has been allowed to stay in his position.
NJ Symphony has roots in Montclair (Letter to the Editor)
"The orchestra’s formative years were made possible by a group of committed musicians and music lovers," Helen S. Paxton writes.
Let the leaves stay where they fall (Letter to the Editor)
"Butterflies, salamanders, toads, turtles, earthworms and chipmunks are just a few of the many creatures that appreciate a bed of fallen leaves," Hannah Gersen writes.
Let’s not forget Mounties’ accomplishments (Letter to the Editor)
"To the Mounties, especially the seniors who have worn the blue and white for the last time, please know the Montclair community is proud of you," the Gridiron Club says.
Montclair must support referendum to repair dilapidated schools (Town Square)
"This investment in our schools is not only the necessary and right thing to do, but it is the financially sound and smart thing to do," Brendan Gill writes.
What is MEA’s position on referendum? (Letter to the Editor)
"I believe that deferred maintenance also leads to additional costs because building construction and maintenance always increases in cost," James E. Harris writes.