Given continued volatility in our local rental housing market, we should support some rent regulation today to protect our township’s character. However, no one should support using undemocratic means to […]
A vote on this issue could happen at the next board meeting on Oct. 7th
“You can’t treat this election as just another small town beauty contest.”
LeeAnn Carlson has helped focus the debate on municipal performance and management reorganization. I endorse her candidacy.
Rabbi Lerner, who will speak at Bnai Keshet next week, continues to substantiate anti-Israeli canards.
What to fix first? A new kitchen and updated baths are the smarter investment.
“Opening up the re-development plan to the market is the only way to tell if Montclair’s position has been maximized….”
“Their policies started Montclair’s slide into the fiscal poor house.”
Where are the questioning reporters?
Whether the 2011 budget passes tonight or not, Mayor Fried and his Council supporters are defending their fiscal and debt management efforts to date, clearly the start of next year’s […]
“The councilor should be fighting for a zero tax increase to help keep her constituents in their homes. She has yet to weigh-in.”
Same old, same old? Martin Schwartz says that in terms of Montclair’s budget, “we’re exactly where we were last year.”
The Montclair town council will vote tomorrow on funding for the Montclair Arts Council. Schwartz says killing them off is a short-sighted and a mistake.