The third party group would place an interim manager and begin a statewide search.
An on-again, off-again meeting breaks down over questions about who should attend.
Firehouse No. 3 has received little to no capital improvements in more than a decade.
The proposed budget for 2023 is 4.59% higher than the budget for 2022.
Patricio Scantlebury, father of Brian Scantlebury, Montclair’s acting township manager, pitched for the New York Cubans in the Negro Leagues.
Officials were weighing a range of options.
A unanimous vote paves the way to fill a spot that has been vacant for six years.
“Any work is happening after Labor Day,” Fourth Ward Councilor David Cummings said. “The pools will be open this summer.”
Amended lawsuit says mayor sought retribution following harassment complaint against the township manager.
Law firm’s investigation reviewed in closed session
The claims by two former Montclair employees come in support of lawsuits against Stafford and the township
The state attorney general’s office is seeking paystubs, time sheets, pension and benefits information.
Montclair Gateway to Aging in Place is sending out 5,000 postcards to recruit a brigade of volunteers and to confront matters that the organization says have gone unaddressed by the township’s elected leaders.
Richie Chevat says he was wrong.