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Letters to the editor, Aug. 8

22 Lackawanna litigationI think it will be a loss of money to the town to bring a lawsuit to 22 Lackawanna Development. There were 14 hearings and I attended most of them. It was...

Letters to the editor, Feb. 15

Findings: 42 pedestrians injured by vehicles in 2017 Forty-two pedestrians were hit and injured by vehicles in Montclair in 2017, including a fatality on Grove Street. Despite quite a few safety improvements, like Rapid Flashing...

Letters to the editor, Sept. 13

Thanks for your class, Mr. OwensIt was the name of the course that got my attention: “Sharper Than a Serpent’s Tooth.”So, about four years ago, I signed up for a winter course at...

Letters to the editor, July 6

Dismayed by delays at Lackawanna Plaza Thank you for continuing to closely follow the redevelopment (or lack thereof) at Lackawanna Plaza. As a resident of Glen Ridge, I am eager for a new grocery store...

Letters to the editor, Aug. 22

Payne in the ICEIt has been a while since we’ve heard from Representative Donald Payne (D-District 10) on the crisis of immigration policy.On May 30, 2018, his office released a statement calling the Trump...

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, June 27

Safety issues with Montclair school busesIn the Feb. 21, 2019 Montclair Local Opinion page, there was a letter from the Pedestrian Safety Committee. It states that the committee advises the township on how to...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, JULY 20

‘Egregious breach of trust’ on overdevelopment It was startling to read in last week’s Montclair Times that developer Michael Pavel is filing yet another set of Warner building development plans in order to be on...

Letters to editor: Nov. 27, 2019

Letters: Nov. 27, 2019

Letters to the editor, Feb. 1

Who will buy my house? I’m hoping one of you will buy my house. The appraisers just told me that it’s worth over half a million dollars, and soon I will be paying almost $16,000...