deer count

MEC investigating deer count to assess numbers

The Montclair Environmental Commission is recommending that a deer count be conducted to assess the number of deer and their locations.

UUCM urges township to be more inclusive for LGBTQ people

By ERIN ROLL roll@montclairlocal.newsAlthough Montclair scored high in an assessment of how welcoming it is toward the LGBTQ community, township and community officials want to do more. According to the Human Rights Campaign’s recently released...

Planning board advised to OK plans for Orange Road Garage

Montclair’s Planning Board members say they’re concerned the Orange Road garage won’t be able to accommodate enough cars for special events.
Liquor Licenses

Montclair liquor license sells for $1.25 million

By JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS Dai Kichi restaurant on Valley Road has opted to go BYOB after fetching a staggering $1,250,000 for its liquor license, the highest price paid in Montclair’s history. Last year, South Park sold...
SAFE Streets

Plans for Montclair’s first biking, walking path put off

A plan to seek funding for what would have been Montclair’s first designated bike and walking path has been postponed. 

Alternative Lackawanna plan diverts from developers’ options

By LINDA MOSS Township Council members have two redevelopment plans in their hands for Lackawanna Plaza, including one that satisfies the cries of historic preservationists who want the landmark train station at the site incorporated...

Montclair 150: App, events announced for anniversary celebration

By Jaimie Julia Winters winters@montclairlocal.newsWith a multitude of events planned throughout the year to celebrate Montclair’s Sesquicentennial, the town is launching an app, Montclair 150, which will list a calendar of events. Montclair businesses are...

Montclair officials: We need details to advance $60M schools plan

Board of School Estimate waiting on district, Hurlock says

Montclair Parking Utility: If the meter’s broken pay through app or find another space

The Montclair Parking Utility has been catching up on fixing hundreds of broken parking meters since November.

Montclair council approves resolution to give skate park permanent home

Rand Park could become the permanent home of Montclair’s skate park.