About Montclair, NJ

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The Montclair Green Team was founded to aid the township to become sustainable. Montclair is one of New Jersey's oldest towns and has gone through phases of culture and technology due to its 12 mile proximity to New York City. The history is rich and well maintained but as our culture changes, there is a need to be self sufficient. The Green Map highlights important features appreciated in the community and highlight the need for changes. As a progressive town, Montclair has already implemented new resources with the aptitude to influence our fellow neighbors.
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I hope that Montclair will Slave House (369 Claremont Avenue) Anónimo

I hope that Montclair will not let the building fall into complete disrepair, as it appears to be doing. It had been occupied up until a few years ago; it now looks empty with a few of the windows boarded up. I have seen similar buildings awaiting renovation in Newark, allowed to sink into complete decay, and subsequently (and conveniently) torn down.

03/13/2015 - 15:14
The conservancy Friends of Anderson Park Anónimo

The conservancy Friends of Anderson Park plants trees and shrubs in Anderson Park, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit the organization's web site: www.FriendsOfAndersonPark.com.

01/29/2013 - 13:30
The gardens are public, and Van Vleck House & Gardens Anónimo

The gardens are public, and open from dawn to dusk, free of charge, 365 days a year. The house is a center for non-profit groups and is available to them for meetings, retreats, and fundraisers. Visitors are welcome to enjoy all the garden spaces and encouraged to join us for classes, concerts, and special events. Visit our website at: www.vanvleck.org

01/10/2013 - 12:56
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