By ERIN ROLL firstname.lastname@example.orgMontclair is moving ahead with its survey of the Estate section, site of some of the township’s largest and oldest houses, with the possibility of declaring it a Local Landmark area. In April,...
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.
By ERIN ROLL email@example.comDeCamp Bus Lines will be suspending bus service indefinitely starting this Friday, Aug. 7, as a result of lower ridership since the outbreak of COVID-19, the Montclair-based transit company announced Wednesday. Jonathan DeCamp,...
At the height of the storm, 1.4 million residents were without power, said Joe Fiordaliso, president of the Board of Public Utilities.
In Montclair, 4,278 are without power, 50 trees fell and 120 power lines were downed due to the arrival of Tropical Storm Isaiah on Aug 4, 2020.
The restriction does not apply to religious services or political gatherings, or weddings, funerals, or memorial services. Those events are also limited to 25 percent of a room’s capacity, or no more than 100 people.
The proposed plan involves dividing students into two groups, known as Mounties and Bulldogs, with the two groups alternating in-person two days a week, with remote learning the rest of the week. Families can also opt for all-remote learning without withdrawing their children from the district.
On July 15, the university released a 65-page document outlining how it plans to reopen once the state begins the third stage.