LIVINGSTNO, NJ — With the New Year beginning, many residents look to the Livingston 2020 Town Planner Calendar for important and helpful information. The calendars were delivered to the Livingston Post Office in December and deliveries to all residences should be completed soon.
The Township has ensured that an adequate supply of Town Planners were printed and delivered to the Post Office in order to provide one per household.
Haven’t received the Calendar yet?
Residents who have not yet received a 2020 Town Planner Calendar are encouraged to check with neighbors to determine if others in their area have received the Calendars, or if they have not yet been delivered to the entire neighborhood.
Those who have not yet received their 2020 Town Planner should speak with — or place a note in their mailbox for — their postal delivery person, asking when the calendar will be delivered. It’s possible that some postal employees have not yet finished delivering them on their route.
If the individual postal carrier does not have information about the calendar delivery, a phone call to the local post office to inquire about delivery status of the 2020 Town Planner Calendar may be helpful.
After January, there may be a very limited number of the printed calendars in the Clerk’s Office at Town Hall. However, since the lion’s share was delivered to the Post Office for distribution, that number is expected to be nominal, at best.
Therefore, residents are urged to follow up with their postal carrier and post office.
For those who either have not received the calendar yet or who prefer an online version, the Livingston 2020 Town Planner Calendar is available at https://www.TownPlanner.com/07039/NJ.
The online version also includes the coupons found in the print version.
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