LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, JULY 27

Is Montclair fading away? I think there is a misunderstanding about the anger and frustrations of the people of Montclair regarding the over development in the town, especially the Fourth Ward. Montclair was always a...

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 the editor, July 13

        Keep graduation at MHS I read in the Montclair Local about possibly getting a larger space for future Montclair High School graduations. I know there are issues about the size of the audience and this...

Letters to the editor, June 22

Local Democrats should work together Now that the state primary season has concluded, I hope that Democrats and progressive-minded New Jersey residents will pull together to ensure that New Jersey can move forward in the...

Letters to the editor, June 15

An old Mountie’s feeling I’m fairly sure that I speak for most of the Montclair High School alums (and I happily include those from the Mountie class of 2017, who will soon join our ranks),...

Letters to the editor, June 1

A time to remember for MHS seniors The ribbons and tree signs are the salute of many in town to the 150th graduating class of Montclair High School on Thursday, June 22. The Project Graduation gala...

Letters to the editor, May 25

Township garbage pickup is sloppy In the town of Montclair where the taxes are exceedingly high, it is absolutely absurd that the people doing both the recycling and garbage pick up continually leave the containers...

Letters to the editor, May 18

Frelinghuysen far from a moderate I’m writing this in response to a charge that Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen made last month in a fundraising letter. He claimed that “Liberal, Bernie Sanders-style activists have put me on their...

Letters to the editor, May 11

Stamp Out Hunger food drive this Saturday I would like to remind all Montclair residents that Saturday, May 13, is the annual National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. All donations will...

Letters to the editor, May 4

Organic garden tours this month The Cornucopia Network of New Jersey, dedicated to promoting local organic food, will sponsor two organic vegetable garden tours this spring, one on May 6 and the other on May...