Sunday, April 14, 2013
Check out what's going on this week in Montclair.
Spring break for Montclair District Schools begins Monday and will extend through Friday. The Montclair Council will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the municipal building, at 205 Claremont Ave. A meeting agenda is attached as a pdf of this article. The final departmental budget hearings will be presented to the council Tuesday. The budget presentations on the agenda are for the Department of Community Services, Health Department and capital budget The meeting will televised live on TV34 and streaming online at montclair.peg.tv. Last week, Montclair Police Chief David Sabagh presented a $13.6 million police budget to the council, an increase of about $855,000 from 2012. If approved, salaries would increase by about $775,000, in addition to …
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Professional service appointments and PBA labor negotiations top agenda items.
Tuesday, January 29
The Montclair Township Council will meet tonight starting at 7 p.m. in the municipal building, at 205 Claremont Ave. The following is the agenda for the upcoming meeting via Montclairnjusa.org. I. COUNCIL SUBCOMMITTEE REPORTS TOWNSHIP MANAGER’S REPORT - Preview January 29 meeting items EXECUTIVE SESSION Judge Insley Labor negotiations - PBA 8:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS OPEN SESSION SUNSHINE NOTICE ROLL CALL PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Announcement This meeting is being broadcast live on Channel 34 and is streaming live at http://Montclair.peg.tv; it is available on demand and can and will be re-broadcast. APPROVAL OF MINUTES There have been presented to us the minutes of January 22, 2013. Are there any corrections or additions? MOTION TO ADOPT. …
Monday, July 2, 2012
Former Councilor Cary Africk issues a statement as council members are sworn in on Sunday, July 1.
Monday, July 2, 2012
The new Township Council was sworn in during a ceremony on Sunday, July 1. They included 1st Ward Councilman Bill Hurlock, 2nd Ward Councilwoman Robin Schlager, At-large Councilman Rich McMahon, 3rd Ward Councilman Sean Spiller, 4th Ward Councilwoman Renee Baskerville, Mayor Robert Jackson, and Deputy Mayor and At-large Councilman Robert Russo. Shortly after the ceremony, former Councilman Cary Africk released the following statement, which he said he didn't have time to read at the swearing in event. July 1, 2012 In our lives, many of us want the same things from our relationships, be they with our employer, our children’s teachers, our friends or our neighbors. We want to be understood, and to be appreciated for who we are. We want to …