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Livingston Council Expresses Commitment to Remaining a Welcoming Community

May 24, 2017

LIVINGSTON, NJ — In response to the many residents who have come forward over the past few months requesting that the Livingston Township Council pass a resolution declaring the township as a “Fair and Welcoming Community,” the mayor and council unanimously adopted a resolution on Monday expressing the township’s “commitment to remaining a welcoming ...

Nationally Recognized All-Girls Robotics Team Honored at Livingston Council Meeting

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The nationally recognized all-girls robotics team Exit 5 Robotics received commendations from the Livingston mayor and council on Monday for its many success over the last eight years, including qualifying for national and international competitions for seven-consecutive seasons, winning nearly 30 awards and becoming the first New Jersey team, boys or girls, to win ...

Livingston Celebrates Completion of Traffic Signal at Chestnut and East Northfield

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The new traffic signal equipment recently installed at the intersection of East Northfield Road and Chestnut Street in Livingston was celebrated on Wednesday with a commemorative ribbon cutting ceremony.

Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo, Jr., joined Livingston Mayor Shawn Klein and members of the Livingston Township Council; Acting Township Manager Russ ...

Livingston Council Adopts 2017 Municipal Budget with 1.9-Percent Increase to Average Home

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston mayor and council unanimously adopted the 2017 municipal budget on Monday with a local purpose tax-rate increase of 1.9 percent—or an estimated increase of $53.35 for the average Livingston homeowner.

This budget, which the council said was “prepared with the primary objective of providing quality services at an affordable price ...

Livingston Council Discusses Bamboo, Energy Efficiency and Community Garden Updates

LIVINGSTON, NJ – When the Livingston Township Council convened for a conference meeting on Monday, various issues concerning the community were discussed, including the ongoing conversation about a proposed bamboo ordinance; a proposed resolution for energy efficiency and renewable energy; and the beginnings of forming a community garden.

The proposed bamboo ordinance, which regulates ...

Livingston High School Bowling Team Honored by Township and County

LIVINGSTON, NJ – The Livingston High School bowling team was recently presented with a plaque by Livingston Mayor Shawn Klein and member of the council commemorating the Lancers' success in the 2016-17 season, during which the six-person team achieved the “tri-fecta” by winning the conference, county and state sectional titles.

The Lancers bowling team is ...

Livingston Township Council Discusses Future Plans for Community Pools

LIVINGSTON, NJ - The Livingston Township Council has begun preliminary discussions on the renovation and revamping of the town’s two community pools. After hearing a presentation by architects and developers last week, the mayor and council will begin discussing the best course of action for the future of the pools.

Currently, according to the council, both the Northland and Haines pools ...

Motorcycle Club, Sports Teams and More Honored by Livingston Township Council

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Township Council and Mayor Shawn Klein joined the community in honoring many local groups at Livingston town hall on Monday evening.

The groups, ranging from high school sports teams to a motorcycle club, were all featured during the meeting. Every group honored had a distinct connection to the community and a unique opportunity to be recognized by the ...

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