Residents in the Passaic region have endured the consequences of river pollution for far too long.
“The argument that Montclair is losing quaintness suggests that quaintness could ever be found at the intersection of Grove and Bloomfield avenues,” Stuart Rubin writes.
“On Tuesday, June 6, Democratic voters in Legislative District 27 have a surprise on their ballot: contested races!”
“States like Pennsylvania give school boards a vote on PILOTs.”
This will be the first election to use the new legislative maps based on the results of the 2020 census, Donna Ward says.
“While I understand the need to merge with Baristanet, I am sorry that we will be losing the physical newspaper,” Lisa Wisniewski writes.
“It is a fitting way to honor a man of great achievement who has helped improve the quality of life for Montclair residents, citizens of New Jersey and the United States – and select regions around the world,” Donald Bowers writes of the chance to elect Josh Weston to the New Jersey Hall of Fame.
“We have wiped out 75% of insects in the last 25 years! One of the reasons this is happening is because of light pollution,” Emma Laset writes.
“If people choose to buy seafood from sustainable fisheries, it will help marine populations rebuild,” Jacqueline Stearns writes.
“We’ve already seen the need for unpleasant cuts in past budgets; this predicament is not new.,” Andrew Gideon writes.
FAIR’s membership in Montclair comprises people from a wide spectrum of political and social viewpoints.
Rich McMahon says, “I have been surprised and saddened by the ongoing lawsuit and stories and opinions it has generated. It does not represent either individual I know.”
Bobbi Holtz says, “I consider this to be theft worthy of feature in the Montclair Local police blotter; after all, who among us could dare place a value on delight?”
“The 375 new apartments will add approximately 1,000 new residents, most of whom will have cars,” Maia Davis says.