ELECTIONS: Mayoral candidate Sean Spiller responds to claims of conflict of interest

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.

Montclair’s rent cap to take effect in 20 days

Montclair now has a rent increase cap, despite the pleas of a newly formed group of landlords who fought the law, contending its passage should wait until after the pandemic ebbs.

Group fights rent control law expected to be voted through tomorrow

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.

Elections: Meet the Montclair candidates for mayor and council

Meet the Montclair candidates for mayor and council.

COVID-19: In times of crisis, residents ask to hear more from mayor, 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. 

Council meetings move to remote only, public can call in to comment

The March 24 Council Meeting will be available remote only to the public.

Montclair tenants are closer to getting rent control

After a year of landlord-tenant hearings over rent increases as high as 35 percent in some cases, Montclair may soon get a rent control ordinance.

ELECTIONS: Polls closed, all Montclair voters will vote through the mail

Montclair’s May 12 election for mayor and council will be by mail-in ballot only due to New Jersey’s State of Emergency and concerns with the spread of COVID-19.

In brief: South Fullerton lot closes Monday

The South Fullerton parking lot will close for construction on Monday, March 16, for a period of five weeks.