Public Works Superintendant Mike Anello Retires After Nearly 43 Years on the Job

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Public Works Superintendant Mike Anello Retires After Nearly 43 Years on the Job
Public Works Superintendant Mike Anello Retires After Nearly 43 Years on the Job

January 1, 2021 will be the first day since 1978 that Mike Anello won’t be reporting for work at the township garage.

The superintendant of the Livingston Department of Public Works (DPW) is retiring after nearly 43 years on the job. Anello started working at the DPW in 1978 as part of a work-study program. After graduating from Livingston High School in 1979, he stayed with the DPW, and has never worked anywhere else.

The DPW has come a long way in that time. Anello, who became “the boss” in 1988, at the tender age of 28, recalls that when he started, the DPW had just six employees; he was number seven. During his career, the department grew to some 60 employees before it merged functions with the township’s Parks Department.

 

 

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