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Livingston Council Considers Updating Noise Ordinance & More

July 19, 2017

LIVINGSTON, NJ — After receiving multiple emails from Livingston residents requesting that an ordinance be passed to limit the times during the day when people can operate leaf blowers, members of the township council discussed the proposal at a council meeting on Monday.

With the exception of certain months such as October and November, when there is a greater need for leaf ...

Livingston Receives $500,000 Grant Toward Open Space Acquisition and Planning

LIVINGSTON, NJ — A $500,000 Green Acres grant was recently awarded to the Township of Livingston to be used for Open Space Acquisition and Planning.

The grant from the 27th District Legislative Team of Governor Richard Codey, Assemblywoman Mila Jasey and Assemblyman John McKeon is part of $80.7 million announced by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Green ...

Livingston Appoints Greg Bonin Township Manager After Lengthy Search Process

LIVINGSTON, NJ - For the second time in Livingston history, the township officially passed a resolution to appoint a new township manager. Greg Bonin, who was accompanied by his family at Monday’s mayor and council meeting, was unanimously voted into the position after a search process that took almost a full year.

Bonin, who was described by the third-party consultant used to find him ...

Livingston's Russ Jones Honored for 45 Years of Service

Township of Livingston Celebrates Russell Jones for 45 Years of Service

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The lobby of Livingston Town Hall was packed with residents and friends on Monday prior to the regular council meeting to help the mayor and council celebrate Acting Township Manager Russell Jones, Jr. for his 45 years of dedication and service to the township.

Guests enjoyed free ice cream ...

Livingston Council Thanks Acting Township Manager for 45 Years of Service

LIVINGSTON, NJ – Most recently known to Livingston residents as acting township manager, Russell Jones, Jr. is also an active volunteer and community member, a dedicated public servant and an unofficial township historian.

Jones, who is often seen with his camera in tow acting as Livingston’s unofficial historical photographer, has served in the town he grew up in for 45 years. On ...

Livingston Council to Appoint New Township Manager Monday

LIVINGSTON, NJ – Members of the Livingston Township Council will consider a resolution for the appointment of Gregory Bonin as Livingston’s new Township Manager at the mayor and council meeting on Monday.

Should the council approve the resolution, Bonin will take over the position effective August 7.

Bonin comes to Livingston from the Township of Branchburg, NJ, where he has ...

Hunter Foundation Encourages Livingston to Get Involved

LIVINGSTON, NJ — In order to introduce its programs, highlight the impact made on the communities it currently serves and extend its reach to new communities, the Hunter Foundation visited the Livingston mayor and council at its June 19 conference meeting.

The Hunter Foundation, founded by TV personality Wendy Williams and her husband, Kevin Hunter, is a three-year-old nonprofit ...

Livingston Neighbors Helping Neighbors Shares Successes and Future Goals

LIVINGSTON, NJ— Board members of Livingston Neighbors Helping Neighbors (LNHN), which is on a mission to “support township residents struggling with unexpected hardship by providing short-term financial assistance and a variety of in-kind support,” gave their first official presentation on Monday to the Livingston mayor and council, who were all impressed and eager to ...

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