Letters to the editor, Oct. 26

Plant 40 bulbs May In Montclair celebrates its 40th birthday as it continues its mission to acquire and distribute tulip and daffodil bulbs for planting all over Montclair. It is an honor to be part of...

Letters to the editor, Oct. 19

An open letter to NJ Democratic leaders Montclair resident Michael D. Byrne has published the following open letter to Democrat gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy and BlueWaveNJ president Marcia Marley: Dear Ambassador Murphy and President Marley: As you...

Letters to the editor, Oct. 12

On the importance of family planning There are two and a half times as many people now on Earth as there were when my father suggested to my fiancé and me that we adopt our...

Letters to the editor, Oct. 5

Goose poop politics In an opinion letter in last week’s Local paper, I learned that geese that choose Montclair parks as their home are periodically rounded and gassed in an effort to control their...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, SEPT. 21

To residents concerned about pedestrian safety On Tuesday Oct. 3, at 7 p.m., the Montclair Town Council will discuss a resolution to lower the speed limit on Grove Street to 30 miles per hour. The Council...

Letters to the editor, Sept. 21

Ask Gov. Christie to stand up for our health care Just when we thought the extreme threat from the Republicans in Washington to take away our healthcare had run its course for now, a new...

Letters to the editor, Sept. 14

More time to see Tango Vinny Tango is a dear friend of mine. His artwork of Montclair over several years says it all about where his heart lies. Montclair is most fortunate to have his artistic...

Letters to the editor, Sept. 7

The Blue Centurions This is a follow-up on my letter “War on Cops,” published in the Aug. 24 edition of Montclair Local. According to the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund, 148 police officers have been killed...

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, Aug. 24

No monuments to treason In January 1861, Robert E. Lee was a colonel in the United States Army. Jefferson Davis was a United States Senator and former Secretary of War. Both men had sworn an...