Preserving Our Open Space

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At recent Township Council meetings, members unanimously approved the two largest open space purchases in Livingston’s history.

In October, the Council purchased the nine-acre Strahman property, located at 321 East Cedar Street, for $4.050 million. Last week, the Council purchased the 11-acre Licari Miniature Horse Farm property, located at 240 East Northfield Road, for $2.557 million.

Both purchases were made through the township’s Open Space Trust Fund, designed “to preserve properties for open space preservation or for conservation, recreation, or permanent preservation,” according to the group’s mission statement.

 

 

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