Nishuane development proposal causes Superfund contamination questions to resurface

A proposal to subdivide a lot into three in order to build two new homes on Nishuane Road has neighbors questioning not only tree loss and lot density, but also potential environmental issues on the property, which neighbors a former Superfund site.
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Lackawanna developers want in on residents’ suit against town

The attorney for the Lackawanna Plaza developers has filed a motion to allow his clients to intervene in the suit by a group of residents against the planning board and the township over the project’s approval.

Two residences approved for above Domino’s

BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS winters@montclairlocal.newsThe planning board has allowed for an expansion to the Domino’s Pizza building, in the Pine Street area, which will include the construction of a storage unit and two second-story apartments. More...

Orange Road housing density of 46 units allowed

The township zoning board has ruled in favor of allowing for 46 units to be built in a new mixed-use development at 33-37 Orange Road.

Lackawanna developers: Suit will delay Montclair’s new supermarket

Lackawanna developers have issued a statement on the Lackawanna suit.

More Montclair lots slated for subdividing

Two property owners seeking approvals to subdivide their lots — one on Upper Mountain and the other on High Street — were told to come back to the planning board on Aug. 12.

Montclair’s new hotel opening, Orange Road reopening postponed

Scheduled to open July 18, MC hotel officials are now looking at an August date.

Park Street dentist wants to expand offices, residence

A Montclair dentist wants zoning board approval to expand his dental practice and residence.

Sculpture removal, tree loss concerns raised with outdoor expansion

Montclair Art Museum officials have plans to upgrade its grounds.

Church officials, neighbors concerned with Church St. development

BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS winters@montclairlocal.newsRev. Scott Sammler-Michael is not necessarily worried so much about the traffic, the parking problems or the density a new 74-housing unit set to break ground soon next his church will...