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Livingston Requests Hearing on Proposed Pipeline Activity Adjacent to Township

June 18, 2018

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston mayor and council have agreed to join in the resistance to a proposed project to build a second 27,500-horsepower compressor station within a wetlands area adjacent to the Passaic River in Roseland by requesting that a public hearing be held prior to any decision on the application.

The existing pipeline runs through Livingston (along Eisenhower ...

A Closer Look at New Livingston Township Manager Barry Lewis, Jr.

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Three months into his position as Livingston’s township manager, Barry Lewis, Jr., an attorney by trade with more than 20 years of municipal government experience, is sinking his teeth into providing top-notch customer service for Livingston residents and businesses by ensuring that all township departments are working hand-in-hand to do so.

Officially ...

Livingston Memorial Day Parade, Garbage and Recycling Info

LIVINGSTON, NJ – A commemorative service for those who have died defending the United States will be held on Monday at 9:30 a.m. prior to the Livingston Memorial Day Parade, which will head north on South Livingston Avenue toward Town Center beginning at 10 a.m. and end at Congressional Parkway. In the event of inclement weather, the ceremonial service will be held in the Livingston High ...

Livingston Council Recognizes Township’s Volunteers and PBA Charitable Donations

LIVINGSTON, NJ - Officer Sean Whelan of the Livingston Police Department, on behalf of local Police Benevolent Association (PBA) #263, on Tuesday presented checks totaling $10,000 in recognition of Autism Awareness Month recognized annually in April.  

"Our police officers are very civic minded, it is part of their core," said Livingston Mayor Edward Meinhardt during ...

How Murphy's Charitable Fund Legislation Will Affect Livingston Taxpayers

LIVINGSTON, NJ — In order to protect New Jersey taxpayers from an increase in the federal income tax as a result of the Trump Administration’s cap on the state and local tax deduction (SALT), Gov. Phil Murphy signed a law last week that will allow municipalities to establish charitable funds where taxpayers can donate in return for a property tax credit. At Mayor Ed ...

Livingston's 'Future is Bright' Following Adoption of 2018 Municipal Budget

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The average Livingston home, assessed at approximately $617,445 in 2018, will see a tax rate increase of 1.28 percent, or $37.53 for the year, based on the 2018 municipal budget that was unanimously adopted at Monday’s council meeting.

Livingston Mayor Ed Meinhardt said this is a “very responsible budget for this town” and that Livingston’s ...

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