Montclairians will get 75 fewer days of leaf blower noise invading their backyards and permeating their homes if the Township Council gives final approval to an ordinance introduced earlier this month.
The weather was warm for autumn, with sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 60s. “We ordered this weather direct from John Lewis and Ruth Bader Ginsburg,” joked Cotter, who remarked that the late representative and Supreme Court justice were likely “upstairs” monitoring the election.
In an announcement Wednesday, township officials cited “financials proposed by the United Way representative far [exceeding] comparable market norms for municipal facilities and what the Township could afford – even prior to the pandemic” in their decision.
Saturday, July 25 saw the opening of the skate park at Rand Park.
The attendees included Mayor Sean Spiller, MHS Skate Club president Antonello Terrana, Councilman Peter Yacobellis, Councilwoman Robin Schlager, and Shred.Co founder Evan Dittig...
Last weekend, the Montclair Business Improvement District and the township closed down Church Street and South Park Street for the first time since the pandemic hit allowing restaurants to expand dining space and creating a pedestrian-friendly space.