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MPD Promotes 9 to Higher Ranks PDF Print E-mail

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Nine Montclair Police officers were promoted to higher ranks yesterday during a swearing in ceremony conducted by Municipal Clerk Linda Wanat in township Council Chambers:

Acting Captain Tracy Frazzano and Lieutenants Stephen J. Graybush and and Emil Dul were promoted to the rank of captain.

Acting Lieutenant Thomas D. Flynn and Seargeants Stephanie I. Egnezzo and William M. Kagan were promoted to the rank of lieutenant.

Acting Sergeant Christopher Locklear, Offier Dean M. Berardi and Detective Terence S. Turner were promoted to the rank of sergeant.

Watch the swearing-in ceremony on TV34.

Nine Montclair Police officers promoted to higher ranks

Bottom L-R: Sgt. Dean Berardi, Capt. Tracy Frazzano, Capt. Emil Dul, Capt. Stephen Graybush, Sgt. Terence Turner
Top L-R: Lt. Stephanie Egnezzo, Lt. William Kagan, Lt. Thomas Flynn, Sgt. Christopher Locklear

Township Replaces 748 On-Street Parking Meters PDF Print E-mail

new on-street parking meterThe Montclair Parking Utility is replacing all 748 of its on-street parking meters with new IPS meters. On-street parking meter rates are $0.75 per hour. The new meters take coins (nickles, dimes, quarters) and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover). See how the new meters work:

New Montclair Ordinance Prohibits On-Street Parking When it Snows PDF Print E-mail

snow-covered no parking signWednesday, February 3, 2016

Montclair has a new ordinance which prohibits parking on snow-covered streets. The ordinance, which went into effect February 2, 2016, will help facilitate plowing so that the streets can be cleared quickly and efficiently to ensure public safety.

Parking on township streets will be prohibited any time a snowfall has covered a roadway sufficiently to obscure road markings. It will remain in effect for 12 hours after snow has stopped falling and may be extended for a longer period if more time is required to clear the snow.

Dual-Stream Recycling to be Strictly Enforced Beginning Feb 8 PDF Print E-mail

Recyle IconMonday, February 1, 2016

Montclair Department of Community Services crews have recently been collecting curbside recycling bins – both “Mixed Paper” as well as “Commingled” – by combining them into one truck. This practice will discontinue beginning Monday, February 8, 2016.

Residents must continue to adhere to Township Ordinance 292-7, which has always required recyclable materials to be separated into two containers: Commingled metal, glass, and plastic bottles and cans all go in one container, and Mixed Paper must be in a separate container, when placed out for collection.

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