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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

lawn sprinklerThe Montclair Water Bureau has issued an end-of-summer Water Conservation Alert to all customers. Due to a dry summer season, even though we are not yet in a drought emergency, we need to reduce excessive water use outside our homes.

Residents are asked to only water lawns and gardens when absolutely necessary: if it hasn’t rained in one full week, residents should water just once per week, in the early morning or early evening (never mid-day), for an hour. Watering deeply but less frequently builds a stronger, healthier, drought-resistant root system.

Sentinels 16 to Host 8th Annual Free School Supplies Event PDF Print E-mail

Monday, August 3, 2015

mom and daughter with booksFourth Ward Councilor Renee Baskerville and Montclair Police Department School Resource Officer Kim Nelson-Edwards are pleased to announce the Eighth Annual Free School Supplies event, sponsored by the Sentinels 16, Montclair’s Minority Police Officer Association. The event will take place Sunday, August 30, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., in Glenfield Park, 115 Maple Avenue, Montclair.

MTAS/Chrill Care Bring PetAid to Homebound Residents PDF Print E-mail

The Montclair Township Animal Shelter is partnering with Chrill Care's Mobile Meals of Essex program to help the homebound residents they serve keep their beloved pets healthy and at home. The new initiative -- PetAid Montclair – will provide nutritious pet food and other pet care necessities to those who are unable to go out and get them.

“Very often our elderly or disabled residents struggle to care for their pets due to a lack of resources. PetAid Montclair will provide some of those resources which will make it easier to keep pets at home,” said Montclair Animal Shelter Director Niki Dawson.

Eagle Scout Project Rejuvenates Shelter's Dog Area PDF Print E-mail

Ealge Scout candidate Cliff Lindholm holds puppy while dad and Niki Dawson look onThe Montclair Township Animal Shelter (MTAS) relies on volunteers to help with a number of tasks throughout its two-story building – from walking dogs, to painting walls to doing laundry. While these chores are done by a series of volunteers every day, there are longer-term projects that require continuity in leadership and a longer commitment. One such project was the restoration of the yard and the outdoor dog runs.

Stepping up to take on this challenge was 17-year-old high school senior and Eagle Scout candidate, Clifford Lindholm. After meeting MTAS Director Niki Dawson, Clifford thought the shelter and its canine residents would benefit from a revitalized yard.

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