Vote to Adopt Bamboo Ordinance in Livingston Delayed for Revisions

February 9, 2017

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The final vote to adopt an ordinance that would regulate the planting, growing, maintenance and/or cultivation of bamboo was postponed once again by the Livingston mayor and council on Monday following many comments from residents both for and against the ordinance. The council agreed to hold off for revisions until March 20.

Some residents said the proposed ...

Local Businesses Join in the Transformation of Morristown's 'The Abbey' for 2017 Mansion in May

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Local designers have begun transforming Alnwick Hall-The Abbey for this year's "Mansion in May" Designer Showroom. Among some of the nearby designers are Judi Schwarz Interiors of Livingston; Mediterranean Tile of Fairfield; Karla Trincanello Interior Decisions Inc. and Plumberry Designs of Florham Park; and Samuel Robert Signature Spaces of Millburn.

Alnwick ...

Bamboo Regulation Ordinance May Be ‘Tweaked’ Before Official Vote

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Environmental Commission endorsed an ordinance at the township council meeting on Monday that would regulate the growth of bamboo that has been growing on a number of residential properties in Livingston.

The ordinance was initially scheduled to be introduced at the Feb. 6 township council meeting. However, deputy mayor Edward Meinhardt and councilman ...

January in Review: Livingston Public Schools Ranked No. 9 in New Jersey & More

LIVINGSTON, NJ — As January comes to a close, TAPinto Livingston takes a look at the Top 10 local stories of the month, based on pageviews. Click on the headlines to refresh:

Vehicle Crashes Through Front Window of Antonio’s Salon & Spa in Livingston

Livingston Public Schools Ranked No. 9 in New Jersey for 2017

Livingston Township Council Elects New Mayor and ...

Burnet Hill Preschool Students Reveal "Tiny Village" Version of Livingston Township

LIVINGSTON, NJ — To celebrate the completion of their recent study unit on boxes, preschool students at Burnet Hill Elementary School created their own “Tiny Village” out of shoeboxes and other materials.

Teachers, administrators, Superintendent of Schools Christina Steffner and members of the school board, members on the Livingston Police and Fire Departments, Mayor ...

TAP Into Another Town's News:

TAP Into Another Town's News:

Sign Up for E-News


Our House, Inc. to Open Group Home for Adults with Disabilities in Livingston

February 14, 2017

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Our House, Inc., whose mission is to provide "healthy, stimulating, and inclusive environments for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities," will open its 17th group home for adults with disabilities and celebrate with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new home, located on Dellmead Drive in Livingston, on Thursday.

Located on a ...