The break adds to concerns about the impact redevelopment will have on infrastructure surrounding Lackawanna.
The new directors are Jonathan Bellack, Trei Brundrett, Holly Shakoor Fleischer and Meredith Levine.
A River runs through it.
The Planning Board give its approval. Township Council is the next stop.
“This is the single most significant opportunity for economic development that exists in Montclair,” the Montclair Center BID has concluded.
The spirit of love and community filled every crevice of the synagogue as neighbors and members of the congregation warmly greeted one another with hugs and smiles.
As the Planning Board mulls recommendations to the Township Council, a group of residents weigh in with their own demands.
A team of Montclair State University photojournalism students fanned out across Montclair over a month and produced a classwide photo essay on life in the township.
Councilor-at-Large Peter Yacobellis said that people need to know that when they buy a dog or cat from a pet store, “they are likely supporting an abusive puppy mill.”
The Planning Board’s role in this part of the redevelopment process is to determine whether the draft plan for the 8.2-acre Lackawanna Plaza site is consistent with the township’s master plan.
Andrew Marshall says he was inspired by his father and younger brother.
Skepticism is the theme at a 4th Ward gathering
The property, owned by David Placek’s BDP Holdings, is the largest site for redevelopment in the community.
Beloved jazz spot’s owner leaves ‘on my own terms’