Outdoor dining is extended for two more years.
Paper bags will also be barred in large grocers
Bus some local business owners say recent outreach isn’t enough.
The struggle has even prompted some people to volunteer their time to help businesses get through staff outages.
Eleven percent of the parking meters throughout Montclair are now out of commission, up from the 4.5% reported in June. And residents have taken to social media to vent their frustration over getting tickets for parking at inoperable meters.
About 140 businesses have listings so far. Organizers expect that to grow quickly.
Glenridge Avenue business owners say they have been dealing with a rodent problem since May, as well as a recent unannounced road closure that is keeping deliveries and customers at bay.
A plan to seek funding for what would have been Montclair’s first designated bike and walking path has been postponed.
Some customers still aren’t ready to eat inside crowded restaurants, and Montclair is giving businesses a way to expand their outdoor dining capacity.
Property owners within the Montclair Center Business Improvement District will not see an increase in this year’s special assessment tax bill.
Montclair, N.J. – Step outside of your routine and connect at “Point of Action”, a new, interactive art installation created by Montclair resident Nina Cooke John. Originally on view in […]
An art installation that will provide a safe space to connect is coming to Crane Park.
Montclair had been a flashpoint last year, when Cuban Pete’s wouldn’t comply with restrictions.
Mayor Sean Spiller has appointed a COVID-19 Recovery Task Force composed of residents and representatives of small businesses and nonprofits, as a kind of think tank to analyze pandemic-related issues in Montclair and come up with solutions.