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Livingston Offices to Close for Thanksgiving Holiday; No Garbage or Recycling Pickup on Thanksgiving Day

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LIVINGSTON, NJ – All Township of Livingston offices will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 23 and Friday, Nov. 24, 2017 for the Thanksgiving holiday.

There will be no garbage or recycling pickup on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 23. Garbage for those with Monday/Thursday pickup will be collected on the next regularly scheduled day, Monday, Nov. 27.

Recycling collection will move back one day per the normal holiday schedule, affecting Zones 4 and 5. Zone 4 recycling will be picked up on Friday, Nov. 24 and Zone 5 on Saturday, Nov. 25.

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In addition, the deadline to sign up for the November metal collection list is Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 12:00 p.m. instead of the Friday before pick-up.

Metal pickup—including refrigerators, air conditioners, and metal dehumidifiers—occurs on the last Wednesday of the month. The next collection date is Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017.

To be put on the list for metal pick-up, residents can submit a Service Request on the township website; e-mail ticolari@livingstonnj.org; or call 973-992-5000 Ext. 5522. Residents should provide their name, address and a brief description of the item(s) to be collected.

Visit www.livingstonnj.org for holiday schedules and more information about garbage, recycling, and metal collection.

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