Letters to the editor, April 18

Thank you, Dottie In response to Dorothea Benton Frank’s “Town Square” from April 11 (“Mega-mansions: the other side of the story,” page 12): I too am a long time Montclair resident of a “historic” home...

Letters to the editor, April 11

The dangers of using pesticides in your garden We, the 51 members of the Edgemont Roots & Shoots Club, are writing to remind everyone of the dangers of using pesticides in your garden. Pesticides are very...

Letters to the editor, April 4

The sound of leaf blowers As long as the soundtrack of outdoor Montclair continues to be the drone of the leaf blower, why not build an Indy-styled motor raceway? We could have the thrill of watching...

Letters to the editor, March 28

Conditions at the Essex County jail This is about our relationship with the freeholders, the money we send them and what they do with the money. It’s about the immigration detention facility that the county...

Letters to the editor, March 21

More to the story on township’s parklets I would say this in response to Iain Kerr’s March 14 letter to the editor about the Walnut Street parklet: while his sentiments are laudable, the reality of...

Letters to the editor, March 14

Show vision, encourage Montclair parklets Montclair is a beautiful town, but it is one that has many problems. One of these is that it is a town that is centered around the car and not...

Letters to the editor, March 7

Music kept them good, young at heart The Sultans of Swing band (1941-1945), managed by Bezhu Hays, was formed by Montclair teenagers who played sports in the neighborhood and loved music, around 1938. The band consisted...

Letters to the editor, Feb. 28

Our federal state of emergency Very few, if any, of the claims of a national security emergency at our borders with Mexico appear to be true; at least not urgent enough to pull President Donald...

Letters to the editor, Feb. 21

Thanks for the coverage I would like to thank the reporters at Montclair Local for their dogged attendance at the many and lengthy meetings of the planning board while the Lackawanna Plaza application was being...

Letters to the editor, Feb. 14

Safe streets are complicated The story on the Safe Streets plan considered by the township (“Losing momentum,” Feb. 7, page 1) reminded us how complicated it is to get safer streets for pedestrians, motorists and...