Montclair’s town council took a step toward making streets safer Monday by voting unanimously to introduce a proposed ordinance that would establish speed limits of 20 miles per hour in […]
The next hearing is Monday, (November 13) and the Montclair Fire Dept. is among the departments presenting.
About 35 local homeowners attended the Nov. 6 meeting, many with large green signs stating “Save Park Street!”
Residents are calling for action, with a new petition to make Montclair streets safer and stop an increase in car crashes. One mother is still waiting for action and answers […]
“I know there’s been difficulties over the last three years. I will try my best to be a mediator to make sure that whatever we do is going to be the best for the township of Montclair.”
Council votes 4-2 to appoint Roger Terry. Residents during public comment and two of the councilors wanted Dr. Renee Baskerville.
Names circulating to fill the vacancy include Montclair NAACP president and former councilor Roger Terry and former Fourth Ward Councilor Dr. Renee Baskerville.
On Thursday, Montclair council member Peter Yacobellis announced his resignation from the Township Council effective immediately.
Montclair voted to approve the Lackawanna Plaza redevelopment plan, putting an end to nine years of having an 8-acre vacant site.
On Tuesday, Montclair’s town council will meet at 6 p.m. (205 Claremont Ave., Montclair) and begin with the public hearing and second reading of the ordinance to approve the draft redevelopment plan for Lackawanna Plaza.
In June 2023, the Securities and Exchange Commission settled charges against Benecke for failing to register as a municipal advisor.
The complaint targets the original ordinance, passed in August, stating its unlawful “two blower limit” classification scheme is the current law—and unconstitutional.
Montclair council, in a 5-2 vote, reappointed Angelese Bermúdez Nieves as town clerk, effective September 29, 2023.
The proposed Lackawanna Plaza Redevelopment Plan is inconsistent with Montclair’s Master Plan, the Planning Board said.