On Friday, April 1, 2016, in the lawsuit Richard Grabowsky vs. The Township of Montclair, the court ruled for the plaintiff Grabowsky that a conflict of interest, due to Councilor Jerry Fried and Nick Lewis being members of the church adjacent to the planned Kensington Montclair Assisted Living property was present in the previous township council.
Kensington said today in a press statement, that “despite that litigation has delayed the start of construction for 4 years, we are committed to bringing best-in-class assisted living to Montclair at 65 Church Street. Our mission is to ensure that Montclair’s seniors have a vibrant, centrally-located assisted living option that enables them to remain an active part of the community they helped create. We will request re-approval by the current council and are excited for the chance to be a part of the Montclair community.”
We’ve reached out to Dick Grabowsky for comment and will update when we hear.
So what do you want Montclair’s current council to do?