Livingston Recycling Committee Recognizes 1-800-GOT-JUNK for Assisting Local Seniors

August 8, 2018

LIVINGSTON, NJ – Drew Trautman, owner of the local 1-800-GOT-JUNK franchise, was honored at Monday’s Livingston Township Council meeting with a proclamation for providing free large-item electronics recycling pickups to Livingston’s senior citizens.

Scott Goldman and Eric Baltuch, chairman and vice chairman, respectively, of the Livingston Township Recycling and ...

Livingston Includes "Do Not Solicit" List in New Peddling and Soliciting Ordinance

LIVINGSTON, NJ — A challenge made by Aptive Environmental LLC, a pest control service, prompted Livingston Township Attorney Sharon Weiner to add new language to Livingston’s Peddling and Soliciting Ordinance in order to remain compliant. The ordinance was adopted unanimously on Monday and also includes the addition of a “Do Not Solicit” list.

The peddling and ...

Livingston Makes Headway on Trails and Greenways Project

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston’s Trails and Greenways Committee is working to fulfill its action plan of maintaining a “high-quality system of parks, trials and greenways that will increase the desirability of residing and raising families in Livingston” by moving forward on plans to connect the township’s existing walking paths and researching potential future ...

Livingston Council Follows Up on Vape Shops and Health Risks

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Following a public hearing that resulted in the Livingston Township Council adopting an ordinance to prohibit “vape shops” and other such establishments from opening within Livingston’s business districts, Councilman Shawn Klein, who was absent on the night of the final vote, extended his thoughts on the matter as both a member of the governing body and as ...

Livingston Council Considers New Door-to-Door Solicitation Ordinance

LIVINGSTON, NJ — In order to avoid conflict with a company that is threatening to sue the Township of Livingston and other municipalities if they do not amend their door-to-door solicitation restrictions, Township Attorney Sharon Weiner announced during Monday’s council meeting that she is drafting a new door-to-door solicitation ordinance for the township that she believes will ...

Microlab Road to be Renamed Miracle Way in Livingston

LIVINGSTON, NJ — In the weeks leading up to the official grand opening of Lifetown, a brand new recreational, therapeutic and educational facility that will be the first of its kind in the region catering to children, teens and adults with special needs, the Livingston Township Council has agreed to rename what is currently Microlab Road to “Miracle Way” at the request of ...

Livingston Council Votes on Ordinance to Prohibit Vape Shops

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Concern about the increased use of electronic cigarettes and other vapor products was among the reasons why the Livingston Township Council adopted an ordinance prohibiting “vape shops,” or any establishment that primarily sells “electronic devices, liquid nicotine or vapor products,” in the township’s retail commercial zones. In ...

Lieutenant Governor Speaks at Jewish Community Housing Corporation Dinner

LIVINGSTON, NJ – The Jewish Community Housing Corporation of Metropolitan New Jersey (JCHC) recently held its board of trustees annual dinner at Crystal Plaza in Livingston, where Sheila Oliver, lieutenant governor of New Jersey, spoke to the approximately 130 guests, including staff, board members, sponsors and residents about how the West Orange-based nonprofit is “Building Bridges ...

Livingston: Township Offices Closed, No Garbage or Recycling Pickup on July 4th

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston Town Hall and all Township offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 for the Independence Day holiday.

Garbage Collection

There will be no garbage collection on Wednesday, July 4. If your normal garbage collection day is Wednesday, your garbage will be picked up on your next regularly scheduled day, which will be Saturday, July 7.

Recycling ...

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