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May 12, 2022

LIVINGSTON, NJ — In an ongoing effort to remediate contamination issues recently discovered in some of the township’s wells, the Livingston Township Council adopted three ordinances on Monday that are intended to further the project along. The first of the three bond ordinances, which were all ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Township of Livingston has announced that Adam Loehner will be joining the Livingston Township Manager’s office as the Assistant Township Manager after most recently serving for four years as Village Administrator in neighboring South Orange Village and previously serving for ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Every day in the Township of Livingston, hundreds of employees patrol the streets, extinguish fires, repair roads, administer vaccines, enforce laws, issue licenses, balance budgets, collect leaves, design roads and drainage improvements, perform safety inspections, hold programs, ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Township Council has unanimously appointed Carolyn Mazzucco, who previously served as Deputy Township Clerk to the Township of Livingston, as the new township clerk as Glenn Turtletaub steps down from the position after 21 years. As acting township clerk over the ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — A developer’s request to be included in the Township of Livingston’s settlement agreement with the Fair Share Housing Center (FSHC) in order to build two residential apartment buildings with a total of 380 units, including affordable housing units, at 550 W. Mt. Pleasant Avenue ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Now that the Livingston Township Council has returned to in-person government meetings after two years of meeting virtually, the council is taking the opportunity to recognize outstanding citizens like Don Schwartz—a 45-year resident best known for capturing special photographs of ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — After 32 years of service to the Township of Livingston, including more than 20 years of service as the Livingston Township Clerk and more than a decade as municipal prosecutor, longtime Livingston resident Glenn Turtletaub has announced his intention to retire from his current ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — For the first time in three years, the 10 members of Livingston’s two governing bodies as well as other township and district officials held a joint meeting on Monday to discuss matters affecting both the Livingston Public Schools (LPS) district and the community ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — March 2022 has been declared Women’s History Month with the national theme, “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope,” in the Township of Livingston, where the Livingston Committee for Diversity and Inclusion (LCDI) will honor seven local women who have “done something worthwhile and has ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — In the days following a rally at Livingston Memorial Oval, where more than 200 people stood in support of the Ukrainian Community of Livingston despite having only a few days’ notice, the Livingston mayor and council unanimously adopted a resolution on Monday to demonstrate the ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — A community survey to help make Livingston an age-friendly community by having residents share their perspectives and observations about its livability is now live at www.LivingstonSurvey.com as part of the Senior, Youth and Leisure Services (SYLS) department’s Livingston For All ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — After nearly two years of virtual meetings, the Livingston Township Council announced plans to resume conducting all public meetings in person beginning with the council meeting scheduled for Monday, March 7 at Livingston Town Hall (357 S. Livingston Avenue). Although meetings ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — In response to the New Jersey Supreme Court’s recent decision to proceed to trial in a lawsuit that former township manager Michelle Meade filed in October 2020 claiming she was wrongfully terminated due to her gender, Livingston Mayor Ed Meinhardt has expressed disappointment on ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Prior to handing over the reigns to incoming mayor Ed Meinhardt during the 2022 reorganization meeting of the Livingston Township Council, outgoing mayor Shawn Klein reflected on what he described as “an exciting year to be mayor” and shared his outlook on the coming year as he ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — In response to concerns from residents over the last few days about post service delays, Mayor Ed Meinhardt confirmed on Thursday that the main post office on West Mount Pleasant Avenue was temporarily closed due to a pipe burst in addition to staffing issues due to the COVID-19 ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — After alerting Livingston residents to the presence of a recently regulated contaminant called Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) in one of the wells in the township’s water system in November that was shut down as a result, Livingston Township Manager Barry Lewis has provided another ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — After unanimously electing Edward Meinhardt as the Mayor of Livingston for 2022, members of the Livingston Township Council also unanimously elected Michael Vieira as deputy mayor for the upcoming year, situating him as next in line for the mayoral seat in 2023. As he accepted ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — After being unanimously elected to serve as Livingston’s mayor for 2022, seven-year council member and longtime resident Edward Meinhardt addressed the community about what he hopes to see occur in the coming months and year in the Township of Livingston. Meinhardt’s wife, ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Residents of Livingston who frequently inquire about how the township intends to fill the vacancies at the South Livingston Avenue plaza that formerly housed Bottle King and other local businesses received an answer on Monday when the property owner presented a proposed ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — For the first time in nearly two years, the Livingston Township Council will meet in person on Monday, Dec. 20, for the final meeting of the year at Livingston Town Hall (357 S. Livingston Avenue). The regular meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. immediately following the 7 p.m.

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — At the request of the Hindu Community of Greater Livingston, established earlier this year in order to “bring together the Hindu community in festivals, celebrations, volunteer service and youth activities,” the Livingston Township Council has designated October 2021 as Hindu ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Township Clerk’s Office, located on the first floor of Livingston Town Hall at 357 S. Livingston Avenue, will be open until 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 12 to allow for last-minute in-person voter registration. Citizens are eligible to register to vote if they are 17 ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — After analyzing the 160-page document recently provided to New Jersey municipalities regarding zoning guidelines for cannabis businesses, Livingston Township Attorney Jarrid Kantor shared insight with the Livingston mayor and council earlier this week about which aspects of ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Members of Livingston’s Exit 65A Robotics—a collaboration between the all-girls Exit 5A Robotics and all-boys Exit 6 Robotics teams—were recently honored for being selected as one of 35 semifinalists in a nationwide “InvenTeams” program through the Lemelson Foundation and the ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Township Council issued a proclamation on Monday declaring September as National Preparedness Month in hopes that this will encourage community members to become more aware of both the importance of being prepared for emergencies and the planning resources that are ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — The New Jersey State Senate recently approved Gov. Phil Murphy’s nomination of lifelong Livingston resident and former mayor Stephen Santola as one of 17 public members of the New Jersey State Planning Commission. Members of the New Jersey State Planning Commission, who ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Citing reasons that were “virtually all out of [the township’s] control,” Livingston Township Manager Barry Lewis presented the 2021 municipal budget on Monday with a 6.6% increase to the average Livingston homeowner after the township adopted its municipal budget with a 0% tax ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — All Livingston Township offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 6 and there will be no garbage or recycling collection in honor of the Labor Day holiday. All township offices will reopen during regular business hours on Tuesday, Sept. 7. Residents are reminded that summer hours ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — After the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) voted on Thursday to adopt the first set of rules that will guide the cultivation, manufacture and sale of recreational cannabis in the state, Livingston Mayor Shawn Klein said he expects the township council to resume its ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Ahead of the approaching deadline for the Cannabis Regulatory Commission to determine formal guidelines for the manufacturing, wholesale, distribution, cultivation, delivery and retail sale of recreational marijuana in New Jersey municipalities, Livingston Mayor Shawn Klein has ...

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