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Township of Montclair Planning Board and Borough of Glen Ridge Planning Board Notice of Joint Hearing PDF Print E-mail

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Monday, May 18, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at the Montclair Fire Headquarters located at 1 Pine Street in Montclair, New Jersey, the Township of Montclair Planning Board and the Borough of Glen Ridge Planning Board will hold a joint public hearing pursuant to Section 6 of the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq. (“LRHL”).

Montclair to Host Free Shred-Fest May 30 PDF Print E-mail

shredded paperMontclair residents doing spring cleaning can also enjoy the peace of mind from seeing their confidential documents securely shredded, while saving money and boosting recycling.

The next Montclair Shred-Fest! will be held on Saturday, May 30, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., at the Community Services Yard, 219 No. Fullerton Avenue. The event is hosted by the Montclair office of Environmental Affairs and is free for all township residents.

What You Should Know if You See or Encounter a Coyote PDF Print E-mail

coyoteTuesday, May 12, 2015

A number of coyote sightings have been reported in this part of the state. The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife provides important information about avoiding conflict situations with coyotes.

Coyotes play an important role in the ecosystem, helping to keep rodent populations under control. They are by nature wary of humans. However, coyote behavior changes if given access to human food and garbage. They lose caution and fear. They may cause property damage and threaten human safety, requiring euthanasia. Relocating a problem coyote is not an option because it only moves the problem to someone else's neighborhood.

Coyote Precautions

Hot Weather Tips for Keeping Your Pets Safe PDF Print E-mail

Cinnamon the happy dogTuesday, May 12, 2015

Now that warm weather is here, we can all enjoy spending time together indoors and out. Keep in mind there are a few things you should know to make your home safe for your pets. A few basic principles can guide good judgment.

Your pets' resting temperature is higher than yours (100-102.5F) and pets do not have the ability to cool themselves by sweating over most of their bodies, making it harder to tolerate the hotter temperatures.

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