Great article about the work and retirement of Gray Russell in the June 10 edition of Montclair Local. I have appreciated many aspects of his work for decades. Energy, water, farmers market the list goes on. Thank you, Gray, and may you enjoy your retirement...
Originally Montclair’s law was intended to apply to any store over 2,500 square feet, but it was amended to encompass only stores that are over 20,000 square feet due to pushback from smaller businesses.
About 500 to 600 people come through the market on typical Saturdays, with about 50 people allowed in the market area at a time, said township sustainability officer Gray Russell, who is also on the market’s board of trustees.
By ERIN ROLL
With people donning gloves and masks to avoid the spread of COVID-19 while visiting grocery stores or pharmacies, many environmentalists are now concerned with proper disposal of the latex products...
Montclair Sustainability Officer Gray Russell traveled north to the Downeast coast of Maine in September, to volunteer on a climate science project directed by the Schoodic Institute Education and Research Center at Acadia National Park.
By ERIN ROLL
On Friday Sept. 20, Montclair middle and high school students participated in a walkout, one of hundreds taking place around the world, calling attention to climate change. That same evening, residents gathered on Church Street where NJ Peace Action held its own rally bringing attention to environmental issues affecting our world...