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.
Montclair’s swearing-in of its new mayor and council will take place on July 1 as planned.
Fifteen Montclair residents, including mayoral candidate Renee Baskerville, have filed a complaint asking Essex County officials to count every vote they received in Montclair’s mail-in-only municipal election last month.
A motion by the township to dissolve a temporary stay on the newly approved rent-control ordinance has been denied.