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John Herrmann Named New Fire Chief PDF Print E-mail

Fire Chief John HerrmannMonday, October 20, 2014

Outgoing Township Manager Marc Dashield appointed Deputy Fire Chief John Herrmann as Montclair’s new Fire Chief. Hermann, who has served the department for 33 years, will be sworn in to the position later this month.

“After an extensive review of several candidates for the position, Deputy Chief Hermann stood out as someone with outstanding leadership abilities and I am certain Montclair will be well-served with John at the helm,” said Township Manager Dashield.“

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Important Voter Information PDF Print E-mail

VOTE byttibFriday, October 17, 2014

Vote by Mail ballot applications for the General Election are available through the township website (see below) and in the Municipal Clerk’s Office, first floor, 205 Claremont Avenue, Montclair.

Download Vote by Mail application (English).
Download Vote by Mail Application (Spanish).

Please note the following deadlines:

Tuesday, October 28: Last day to apply by mail for a Vote by Mail Ballot for the November General Election

Monday, November 3, before 3:00 p.m.:  Last day to apply in person for a Vote by Mail Ballot in the Essex County Clerk's Office, 465 Martin Luther King Blvd., Room 247, Newark, NJ 07101.

For additional information please call the Municipal Clerk's office at 973-509-4900.

 
New Jersey’s First Bike Depot Opens Today at Bay Street Station in Montclair PDF Print E-mail

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Bike Depot expected to revolutionize bicycle commutation to NJ Transit stations

Montclair area commuters now have a secure place to store bicycles at the Bay Street train station. Today, Montclair Township, in partnership with the New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition (NJBWC), unveiled a new Bike Depot – the first of its kind in the state – to provide safe, secure, weather-protected storage for bikes, helmets and personal items.

“Montclair wants to expand access to our six commuter train stations by providing alternative transportation options and the new Bike Depot is an integral part of this,” said Montclair’s Mayor Robert Jackson. “Not only is it another step toward becoming a more sustainable community by helping reduce vehicle emissions and lowering our carbon footprint, it also encourages residents to adopt a more healthful lifestyle. We thank all our sponsors for their generous support for this endeavor.”

NJBWC Exewcutive Director Cyndi Steiner parks her bike in Montclair's new Bike Depot

NJBWC Executive Director Cyndi Steiner in Montclair's new Bike Depot

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Fall Bagged Leaf Collection Program PDF Print E-mail

The Fall 2014 bagged leaf collection program will run from approximately October 15 to December 19 unless extended at the discretion of the Director of Community Services. As with previous years' programs, highlights of the bagged leaf collection program include the following:

• All leaves must be placed at the curb in biodegradable paper bags.

• Leaves placed in plastic bags of any type will not be collected.

• Leaves must be free of miscellaneous debris, e.g., branches, dirt, rocks, stones, etc. Leaf bags containing these items will not be collected.

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