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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,...

Letters to the editor, Aug. 1

Let’s consider parking in MontclairOn June 20, Montclair Local reported in a story about parking permits being at such a premium in Montclair that people are forging them.Parking Authority Director Gary Obszarny told township...

Letters to the editor, July 18

Dismayed by sudden turnaround on councilwoman BaskervilleIt was dismaying to read about the behind-the-scenes move within the town council to reverse its position on electing Councilwoman Renée Baskerville to be deputy mayor, after the...

Letters to the editor, April 20

Let’s talk about drugs and alcohol Montclair High School will be hosting “Let’s Talk About Drugs and Alcohol,” a panel for parents of middle and high school students on the topic of drugs and alcohol. The panel...

Letters to the Editor, April 9

Your vote for mayor in 2020 Our local elections are nonpartisan. In these days of polarization, that is something we should celebrate. Unlike our last election non-event in 2016, we have two nearly full slates...

Letters to the editor, Feb. 21

Thanks for the coverageI would like to thank the reporters at Montclair Local for their dogged attendance at the many and lengthy meetings of the planning board while the Lackawanna Plaza application was being...

Letters to the editor, Nov. 30

More enforcement would make town streets safer I feel the need to comment on the Nov. 16 article on lowering the speed limit on Grove Street (“Driving Forward”, Page A-2) because the topic has generated...

Letters to the Editor, Sept. 26

In support of students’ right to protestLast Friday, Montclair High School students left their classrooms to gather outside school to protest against those politicians who still refuse to listen to scientists, warnings and avoiding...

Letters to the editor, Nov. 16

On the closing of the Bellevue Theatre The abrupt closure of the Bellevue Theatre is disappointing. The theater has been part of the Upper Montclair landscape for generations. I hope that it can continue doing...

Letters to the editor, March 21

More to the story on township’s parkletsI would say this in response to Iain Kerr’s March 14 letter to the editor about the Walnut Street parklet: while his sentiments are laudable, the reality of...