Local architect John Guadagnoli has proposed making a nondescript building on Lorraine Avenue into a Mondrian-esque work of art.
A landlord group fighting Montclair’s rent control ordinance has filed another suit against the township and the township clerk, this time claiming a civil rights act violation.
Montclair’s township clerk certified a landlord group’s petition Tuesday, March 16, seeking to put rent control rules the Township Council adopted last year before voters.
Last year, the library laid off 21 people, and its Bellevue Avenue branch hasn't reopened since shutting for the pandemic.
Township attorney Ira Karasick said the town is setting in motion an appeal of the judge's ruling on rent control.
The township has added an extra day to the center's schedule, after lines went around the corner Wednesday.
Montclair officials say it’s too soon to tell when the township’s recycling pickup suspension will end.
The coronavirus has hit the Montclair DPW department and caused a shortage of workers who have either tested positive or are quarantined due to exposure, officials said.
Montclair's David Cummings is caught up in a dispute over payroll in Hillside, where he works part-time doing township public relations.
Landscapers also accused the Montclair Township Council of catering to a “minority” of residents who find leaf blowers annoying.