The demolition of the Aubrey Lewis Estate in Montclair’s South End in 2018. FILE PHOTO

Earlier this week, we reported on the Montclair Township Council expressing its wishes for a stronger no-knockdown law to prevent the razing of older homes in town, in the wake of the demolition of century-old homes on Lloyd Road and Undercliff Avenue in February.

Though state law does not allow a municipality to stop a homeowner from demolishing a structure, the council is searching for options that would allow Montclair to have more oversight into the knock-down process.

Read the full story here, and then we want to know what you think! What do you think Montclair should do? Let us know by voting in our poll below.

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