The third party group would place an interim manager and begin a statewide search.
“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.
An on-again, off-again meeting breaks down over questions about who should attend.
“The passage of a 2023-24 budget by the Board of Education, which included significant job cuts, has left even some longtime residents wondering what is going on with a school district that has long been a source of pride and a draw for new arrivals,” Sergio González writes.
Montclair Councilor-at-Large Peter Yacobellis writes, “I am horrified to be part of this government at the current time.”
“States like Pennsylvania give school boards a vote on PILOTs.”
Students, parents, teachers advocate for nonrenewed staff, funding from township.
Firehouse No. 3 has received little to no capital improvements in more than a decade.
He wrestles with the pros and cons of the Lackawanna Plaza plan
Council members and Stafford will not engage with one another, though residents may speak before the meeting begins.
Others, including Councilor-at-Large Peter Yaccobellis and former mayoral candidate, Renee Baskerville, also contemplating a run.
Town meeting marked by concerns that the project threatens the town’s diversity
The plans impact on gentrification and historic preservation are on the agenda.
Lawsuit filed by CFO last year questions councilors’ eligibility for coverage