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Livingston Township Attorney Named Among NJ's Most Powerful Women

December 11, 2018

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Township Attorney Sharon Weiner, also a former mayor of Livingston, has been named to Senator Loretta Weinberg’s annual “Women Power List,” celebrating New Jersey’s most powerful women, for the third consecutive year.

Weinberg, who is currently serving as Senate Majority Leader for New Jersey, created this list when it became apparent that similar ...

Livingston Residents Can Now Register for “Do Not Knock” List

LIVINGSTON, NJ – Residents of Livingston have an opportunity to avoid being approached by licensed solicitors on their property thanks to a recently adopted “Do Not Knock” ordinance.

Residents looking to register their home address for this list can do so now through the township’s online database.

“We’ve heard from many individuals, encouraging the ...

Livingston Officials Recognized for Commitment to Public Safety During Snowstorm

LIVINGSTON, NJ — In the spirit of giving thanks during the week of Thanksgiving, the Livingston mayor and council honored members of the Livingston police and fire departments, the volunteer first aid squad, the public works department (DPW) and the Livingston Public Library for the work they did to protect the community during the first snow of the season.

Among those recognized at ...

Livingston Council Members Attend Sunrise Rotary Tasting on Eve of Election Day

LIVINGSTON, NJ — For the first time, Livingston Township Council members rescheduled their regular Monday evening meeting to attend the Livingston Sunrise Rotary’s 16th annual Food & Wine Tasting. The event that has grown in attendance and popularity each year was held on Election Day eve at the Westminster Hotel.

The nearly 300 people that attended, including local ...


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A Letter from Livingston Mayor on Stormwater Management

December 14, 2018


Dear Residents,

Pollution: We see it on streets, in parking lots, on driveways and lawns. It contaminates our lakes and streams and can taint our drinking water. Stormwater pollution is one of New Jersey’s greatest threats to clean and plentiful water. We can decrease that threat if we all do our part to keep pollution from being carried away by our stormwater collection ...