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Montclair Recreation to Host Free Outdoor Movies PDF Print E-mail

Friday, June 19, 2015

The Montclair Department of Recreation will host three free outdoor screenings of popular movies this summer. Two of the screenings will be "flick and float" nights -- one held at Mountainside Pool and the second at Nishuane Pool. See free outdoor movie night schedule below:

Paving Update from the Department of Community Services PDF Print E-mail

Midland milling was completed Wednesday afternoon.

Due to graduation activities Paving will be postponed and will start on Wednesday, June 24 and continue until completed. Notices will be distributed to residents on Monday advising of this.

Paving on Midland Avenue will start at Bloomfield Avenue and proceed north to Watchung Avenue.

Curbing work will continue on Park Street near the Watchung Train Station. It will not interfere with graduation activities. Notices will be distributed to residents in the area on Friday.

2015 Adopted Municipal Budget PDF Print E-mail

Thursday, June 18, 2015

The Montclair Township Council unanimously approved the 2015 municipal budget at Tuesday's Council meeting. Acting Township Manager Timothy Stafford said the budget will see a slight increase with the municipal tax levy increasing by approximately $409,000 dollars. Total 2015 budget appropriations equal $79,996,438.

Although New Jersey statutes permit deferring the school tax, the Acting Township Manager chose to take a more conservative fiscal approach by not opting for the deferral. Mr. Stafford also announced that Montclair’s municipal debt has been reduced by 15 percent -- or $32 million -- since 2009.

The approved 2015 township budget is available for download here: 2015 Adopted Municipal Budget

Walnut Street Pedestrian Safety Improvements Coming Soon PDF Print E-mail

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Colorful CrosswalksThe Engineering Bureau has completed plans for pedestrian safety improvements on Walnut Street between Forest Street and Depot Square. Improvements will include Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon crosswalk warning devices, new accessible corner ramps and enhanced crosswalk markings at Forest Street, Frink Street, North Willow Street and Depot Square. The improvements are funded by a 2015 reprogrammed Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $100,000.

Enhanced crosswalk markings may also include colorful geometric designs intended to calm traffic passing through the busy neighborhood business district.

“Adding colorful designs to the pavement should not detract from their effectiveness,” says Township Engineer Kim Craft, “as the crosswalks will feature the retro-reflective white lines required by State and Federal standards.”

The project is currently out for bids, with anticipated construction in late summer.

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