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Environmental Commission to  Undertake Streetscape Reviews for Function, Aesthetics, and Sustainability PDF Print E-mail

Third Ward Councilor Sean SpillerThe Montclair Environmental Commission will begin a comprehensive review of municipal and residential streetscape policies this month, with the aim of codifying decisions that will help ensure the thriving and active nature of township neighborhoods. The review will examine policies on township sidewalks, tree plantings, curbs, street lighting, parking lots, recycling containers, park furniture and other areas. It will look at Montclair’s current ordinances and purchasing decisions to help ensure best practices not only from an environmental and functional perspective, but also for the aesthetics of the Township’s built environment as seen from its streets.

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John Herrmann Sworn In as Montclair Fire Chief PDF Print E-mail

Fire Chief John Herrmann flanked by his family during swearing in ceremony

Deputy Fire Chief John Herrmann was sworn in this evening as Montclair's new Fire Chief. Pictured is Fire Chief Herrmann with his family and Municipal Clerk Linda Wanat who administered the oath of office. See more photos on our Facebook page.

 
Animal Shelter Volunteers & Staff Step Up Adoption Efforts PDF Print E-mail

Nancy Willis with Tiger the dogFriday, November 7, 2014

The Montclair Township Animal Shelter has seen some remarkable progress in pet adoption numbers during last several weeks. Volunteers rallied behind adoption events, dog-walking, pet socialization, and other efforts to help shelter animals, so that they may ultimately find their forever homes.

Shelter volunteer and Montclair local Nancy Willis spearheaded a major adoption campaign for dogs. She organized weekly outings to the Montclair Farmers’ Market with volunteers and shelter dogs so that the animals could be more visible and be able to interact with the public.

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MIDLAND AVENUE CONSTRUCTION NOTICE PDF Print E-mail

Friday, November 7, 2014

Construction work on Midland Avenue has been suspended temporarily for approximately two weeks, due to contractor’s emergency situation. Work will resume and be completed by the end of the month.

 
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