Letters to the Editor, Jan. 2

Parking problems plague Montclair downtown I was terribly saddened to learn that Craig Brady Fine Jewelers was closing, though, not saddened enough to want to shop downtown.We had purchased a lot of jewelry from him...

Letters to the Editor, Aug. 6

Montclair Local’s ‘Letters To The Editor’ section is an open forum for readers to discuss town matters, articles published in Montclair Local, or other letters to the editor. Views expressed and published in this...

Montclair, please don’t let fear and anger win (Letter)

Writer Ted Graham says in this tough, acrimonious time, Montclair needs to come together.

It’s a time for renewal at Montclair Local (Letter from the Editor)

We're welcoming new staff, embracing our nonprofit mission and working toward greater transparency.

Make sure everyone knows Montclair’s new rules for leaf blowers (Letter)

Writer Leah Katz says the restrictions are a first step; she looks forward to seeing them banned entirely.

Devil in the details for Bellevue Theatre plan (Letter)

The Planning Board has been asked to determine if the Bellevue Theatre should be considered an area in need of redevelopment.

Letters to the editor, Aug. 31

A neighborhood ruined I am watching my neighborhood being destroyed. The Crosby Bar which has recently opened at the corner of Forest and Claremont has now opened a biergarten. Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night...

Letters to the editor, April 19

Town is getting a free ride on our sidewalks Lately, Montclair has initiated a program which mandates that residential sidewalks, those that are public walkways, be inspected and if necessary, repaired or replaced by the...

Letters to the editor, Dec. 6

Plastic useReduce, Reuse, Recycle has been drilled into my brain from my first days of Kindergarten to my senior year of high school. Yes, recycling is important, but it is not the best and...

Letters to the editor, July 25

Not the town it was when we moved hereWe've been living here now for over 11 years, and we've enjoyed the benefits of a vibrant, culturally diverse small city that managed, in many ways,...