An Essex County Superior Court judge has granted a temporary stay blocking the implementation of Montclair’s newly created rent control ordinance.
The League of Women Voters of the Montclair area education fund, Aging in Montclair (AIM) and Montclair Local newspaper will host a televised-only candidates forum on Wednesday, April 22, 7 p.m.
A group of property owners has filed a suit against Montclair Township attempting to place a stay on the newly created rent-control ordinance until the state of emergency passes.
With Montclair’s council and mayoral election just weeks away, how can candidates campaign during a pandemic when they can’t go door to door, can’t attend fund-raisers or shake hands?
With the township set to elect a new mayor in a month’s time, some residents are questioning whether candidate Sean Spiller’s position as vice president of the New Jersey Education Association, the state teacher’s union, would present a conflict of interest if he is elected mayor.
A newly formed group of property owners is fighting the creation of a rent control law introduced in March and expected to be voted through by Montclair’s township council on Tuesday, April 7.
Meet the Montclair candidates for mayor and council.
While some towns and their leaders are issuing daily messages to residents amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some Montclairites are criticizing the leadership here for remaining mostly quiet.