Council Reviews Salt Shortage Following Storm; DPW Garage, Northland Cemetery Also Discussed

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The Township Council held a regular meeting on Monday, February 8, during which members passed a resolution pledging to reduce the carbon footprint for construction in town and approved a redevelopment plan for an area of Route 10, among other business. Also discussed was a salt shortage following last week’s snow storm, the to-be-built DPW garage, and the future of the Northland Cemetery. The meeting was livestreamed and may be viewed on the Livingston Township, NJ Facebook page.

The meeting began with a presentation commemorating Black History Month. Alyse Berger-Heilpern and Saba Kahn, co-chairpersons of the Livingston Committee for Diversity and Inclusion, and Keith Hines, Black History Month Committee cochairperson, all spoke to the Council. They discussed the variety of events being held this month, as well as the Black Lives Matter banner that was hung in town last weekend.



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