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When it comes to Montclair’s Ash trees, biologist says some are worth treating, cut...

In Montclair, 2,000 ash trees on public property — roughly 10 percent of the township's stock — are set for the chopping block over the next two years in order to fight the emerald ash borer.

Montclair continues with solar trash compactors, but at lower cost

Montclair has renewed its contract with Bigbelly, the solar trash receptacle company that has installed and maintains 70 containers throughout town.

Montclair residents to see no municipal taxes increase

For the second year in a row, residents will see no tax increase on the municipal portion of their property tax bill.

In brief: AT&T antennas to be discussed at meeting 

AT&T Wireless telecommunications is proposing the installation of six antennas in the South End Business District.

Group not keen on resident’s idea to fund skateboard park with signage

An idea to seek on-site advertising to fund a skateboard park in town is not being met with enthusiasm by Montclair’s Skateboard Club, which had been lobbying for a park in town. 

In brief: Time to license your pet in Montclair

New Jersey state law requires that all dog owners license their dogs through the Health Department.

Montclair civil rights leader apologizes after criticism over anti-Semitic remarks

By ERIN ROLL roll@montclairlocal.newsMontclair civil rights leader James Harris has apologized following criticism of comments viewed by community leaders to be anti-Semitic at the Dec. 30 Fourth Ward meeting.During the course of the meeting, which...

Parking ordinance tabled over residents’ concerns

By KELLY NICHOLAIDES For Montclair LocalParking restrictions were tabled pending review following residents’ criticism at the Dec. 17 Township Council meeting.Council members Renée Baskerville and Robin Schlager motioned to remove the ordinance from the agenda...

Montclair gets a buyer for new liquor license

By KELLY NICHOLAIDES For Montclair LocalOn its second attempt to sell its new liquor license, Montclair approved a $1.051 million transfer to real estate investor and Montclair restaurateur David Placek of Placek Enterprises, LLC.Placek, former...

Planning board wants more input on biking options

Planning board members are again voicing their concerns with the creation of bike paths in Montclair, this time even with a temporary measure.