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Water Emergency Over!

The Township Office of Emergency Management (OEM), led by Rob Bianco, has lifted the State of Emergency regarding our water supply. You may resume normal consumption patterns. But please always keep conservation in mind because fresh water is not an unlimited resource. From the OEM team to the Montclair Water Bureau to police, fire and …

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Join Me Next Wednesday

Town Hall next Wednesday, Oct. 12th RSVP Now So look, I ran on a promise to be as engaging, transparent, and communicative as possible. There is a lot going on in our town — a lot of successes, some failures and significant change. This is a chance for legacy and new residents to come together, enjoy …

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A few quick things

Hi everyone, happy PSL season! I hope that you’re all doing well. I wanted to share a few things with you. Have a look and enjoy the rest of your day. I wish an easy fast for those observing Yom Kippur beginning at sundown. May your holiday be blessed. Town Hall next Wednesday, Oct. 12th …

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Proposed Fire Agreement with Glen Ridge is a Bad Deal for Montclair Taxpayers

We have a proposed Shared Services Agreement pending with Glen Ridge that is very concerning to me. The Council is expected to vote on it next Wednesday, Sept. 28th at the regular Council Meeting. If enacted, we would be ignoring the guidance of our own financial experts and locking ourselves into a 10 or possibly …

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Important Updates

Montclair, I wanted to take a few moments to update you on some of what we’ve been up to recently. While in my personal capacity I do often weigh in on critical national issues, at the end of the day this job is about what is happening in our town. So here’s some updates on …

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Creatures Great & Small

You probably know me as the Council Member who “nerds out” on stormwater policy, parking infrastructure, and rent stabilization law. But what really jazzes me more than anything, is protecting our planet and in particular, our creatures. We don’t tend to think about the suburban New Jersey as a place to make policy and change …

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