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Letters to the Editor, May 7, part 2

 Montclair Local’s ‘Letters To The Editor’ section is an open forum for readers to discuss town matters, articles published in Montclair Local, or other letters to the editor. Views expressed and published in this...

Letters to the Editor, April 30

Letters on any subject can be e-mailed to letters@montclairlocal.news, or mailed and addressed to “Letters To The Editor,” 309 Orange Road, Montclair NJ, 07042. All submissions must include name, address, and phone number for...

Letters to the Editor, April 23

Letters on any subject can be e-mailed to letters@montclairlocal.news, or mailed and addressed to “Letters To The Editor,” 309 Orange Road, Montclair NJ, 07042. All submissions must include name, address, and phone number for...

Letters to the Editor, April 16

Rent control: Homeowners will pick up brunt of taxes How much taxes can we or should we have to bear? Last week, during a teleconference meeting, the council approved a rent-control ordinance for buildings with...

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, April 2

Fourth Ward supermarket would have helped now During these hard pandemic times that we fear will last a while, a supermarket would have made a difference in Montclair.  What makes my heart break and feeling...

Letters to the Editor, March 26

Council candidate writes on ‘times of crisis’ As the global health crisis being caused by COVID-19 and the coronavirus escalates in our communities, so too does the level of fear and distress among our families...

Letters to the Editor, March 19

Leaf Blowers and COVID-19 During this time of the Coronavirus causing the self-quarantine and the restrictions imposed by the government, state and the town of Montclair, I think it is imperative to ban the use...

Letters to the Editor, March 12: Block scheduling, Turtle Back Zoo

Kudos to school district for work on block schedulingMemories frequently tend to be short. A year ago, people may forget, Glenfield Middle School went through a difficult year for several reasons. The year finished...

Letters to the Editor, March 5

Council’s ‘no tax raise’ claims misleading While our current council continues to publicize its laudable record of low municipal tax increases, we should all remember that their track record is actually not as good as...