Montclair plans to appeal a judge’s ruling that the township must turn over its lists of residents’ email addresses and cellphone numbers to a group opposed to the rent-control ordinance approved in April.
Montclair has been ordered to turn over its list of residents’ email addresses and cellphone numbers to a committee of petitioners that is seeking to get a public question on the ballot to repeal the rent-control ordinance passed by the Township Council in April.
Census takers are visiting homes that have not yet responded to 2020 census.
As the pandemic moves into August and housing advocates say 40 percent of New Jerseyans will not make rent this month, the debate of rent stabilization persists here in Montclair.
The Montclair Planning Board has yet to decide if the biking elements of the SAFE Streets plan should be incorporated into the township’s master plan.
Montclair’s rent-control ordinance is in limbo.
The Montclair Planning Board has recommended that pedestrian-only elements of the SAFE Streets plan be included in the township’s master plan.
The new Township Council will be sworn in on July 1.