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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...

Letters to the editor, Aug. 10

History Center trustees urge preservation of Lackawanna The Montclair History Center considers the Lackawanna Terminal site one of the most historic in our town, not only for the notable design and construction of the station...

Letters to the editor, Aug. 3

Boy Scout disappointed by President’s speech As a Boy Scout, I am disappointed with President Donald Trump’s remarks at our Jamboree. His decision to talk about politics was not Scoutly. To quote the Scouting oath,...

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...