Letters to the editor, June 14

‘Meet me at the Lackawanna’ Lackawanna Station is the most iconic structure in Montclair and has been for more than 100 years. Everyone reading this will agree that Montclair is a special place, renowned for day-tripping...

Letters to the editor, June 7

  If not Edgemont Park, where else is Montclair’s senior center? Mayor Jackson’s remarks that Edgemont Park House is “not a senior center” and so does not need adequate safe parking contradicts the numerous promos on...

Letters to the editor, May 31

‘Shedding’ light on shameful Lackawanna obstruction After four years of fooling around, we finally get a serious offer of development at the abandoned Lackawanna site that isn’t an enormous monstrosity, and all of a sudden...

Letters to the editor, May 24

Montclair loses grand estate The former home of Montclair African-American business and athletic leader Aubrey Lewis, built in 1907 by renowned Montclair Arts and Crafts architect Dudley Van Antwerp, has been razed, making way for...

Letters to the editor, May 17

Amphitheater again? An MHS graduation fail I am writing on behalf of myself and several other Montclair High School parents with graduating seniors. It is beyond comprehension that the graduation ceremony is again being held in...

Letters to the editor, May 1

Be sure to vote in the June 5 primary As many of you are already aware, in 2012 most of Upper Montclair was moved into the 11th Congressional District which means that those residents inherited Rodney...

Letters to the editor, April 26

Taking responsibility I started this letter after the Parkland shooting, at a time when the memory was fresh in my mind. I wish I could say I’ve never felt hurt the way I did when I...

Letters to the editor, April 19

Town is getting a free ride on our sidewalks Lately, Montclair has initiated a program which mandates that residential sidewalks, those that are public walkways, be inspected and if necessary, repaired or replaced by the...

Letters to the editor, April 12

More 'us vs. them' in Montclair than you think It was great that we all united in the streets to march against gun violence in our schools. But when we get back home in Montclair,...

Letters to the editor, April 5

Councilman: I’m not running for U.S. Congress As many of you know, it is no secret that I aspire to continue to serve the public in elected office—if the people would have me. I am...