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Aug

Paving Projects

PAVING PROJECTS: Paving projects are currently underway on Blackstone and Rockhill Drives. Shown above, contractors mill the old asphalt on Blackstone Drive on August 9 in preparation for the installation of a new binder course of asphalt pavement on the street from its intersection with Stoneham Drive to Riker Hill School.

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Aug

Livingston Honors India's Independence

LIVINGSTON HONORS INDIA’S INDEPENDENCE: On Tuesday, August 15, Livingston Township held a flag-raising ceremony at the Oval to celebrate India’s 70th year of independence. The audience, including many children, stood at attention as (below) mayor Shawn Klein, Council member Al Anthony and freeholder Pat Sebold, with 12 year old Raina Batra, raised the flag of India; Raina had successfully asked the Township Council to approve the Independence celebration.

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17
Aug

Livingston Firefighters Extinguish Car Fires

The Livingston Fire Department extinguished two car fires and reported to a small fire at a convenience store this past week. Other than those three calls, however, it was a quiet week; among the reports received, 14 were unfounded alarms and two were the result of outdoor burning.

A small fire in a rear bathroom of the Livingston Mart at 212 North Livingston Avenue was extinguished by the store owner. Firefighters responded to the scene on August 11 and insured that the fire, which had erupted in a ventilation motor, was out before venting smoke from the store.

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Aug

New Town Manager Resigns After One Month

New Livingston Township manager Gregory Bonin has resigned from his post after just one month on the job.

Bonin announced his resignation effective immediately at the Livingston Township Council’s conference meeting on Monday.

He had been hired by the Council on July 11.

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Thu
17
Aug

Township Council Discusses Pools, Madonna Field Signage at Conference

At its conference meeting on Monday evening, the Livingston Township Council discussed the Livingston community pools and signage at the new Madonna Drive sports field.

Mayor Shawn Klein noted that he and other Township Council members had begun formulating questions for the Pool Committee. The committee, comprising 11 members – four township employees and seven residents – is currently gathering information for the Council, so a decision can be made regarding the future of the Northland and Haines pools, both of which require extensive renovation.

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Thu
10
Aug

Fire Department Assists at East Hanover Train Fire

The Livingston Fire Department this week helped battle a train fire in East Hanover, and answered calls about gas leaks, a blown transformer, and trees hitting electrical wires.

The LFD received a request for mutual aid from the East Hanover Fire Department in extinguishing a train fire on Melanie Lane in that community’s industrial zone on Thursday, August 3, at 11 p.m. Livingston sent an engine company, which worked at the scene. The fire was extinguished with no injuries reported.

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Thu
10
Aug

Tennis Court Renovation

TENNIS COURT RENOVATION: Shown above, the tennis courts located near the Haines Memorial Pool have been demolished. They are being renovated in a joint project sponsored by the township and school district.

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Thu
10
Aug

Melissa Lippman To Wed Mark Gold

Beth and Paul Lippman of 6 Knollwood Drive have announced the engagement of their daughter, Melissa, to Brad Gold of New York City. The future bridegroom is the son Audrey and Mark Gold of Manalapan.

Miss Lippman is a 1999 graduate of Livingston High School and a 2003 graduate of the University of Arizona. She is a sales representative for Max Consulting.

Her fiance is a graduate of Manalapan High School and the University of Florida. He is employed at JP Morgan.

The couple plans a November wedding at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston.

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Thu
10
Aug

Child Left in Car; Mother is Charged

While investigating a case of shoplifting at the Livington Mall on Tuesday, August 8, at approximately 2:15 p.m., a Livingston police officer came upon a vehicle that was left running in the parking lot of the shopping center. Upon investigation, the officer noticed that a child was sleeping inside the vehicle.

According to officials, it took about 30 minutes for LPD officers to gain entry into the vehicle. In the meantime, multiple attempts were made to track down the owner of the vehicle, including calling the woman’s name over the mall’s PA system and finally obtaining her phone number.

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10
Aug

Vote Delayed for Second Time on Hobart Gap Zoning Change

At its meeting on Monday, August 7, the Township Council, once again, delayed a vote on an ordinance to rezone four split-zoned lots on West Hobart Gap Road, where each lot straddles the R-1 and R-2 residential districts. An ordinance to rezone a split-zoned lot in the area of Cedar Mall Plaza was approved. In addition, the Council heard complaints from Schindler Way residents about noise and safety issues on their street.

Hearing Delayed

The Council delayed, for a second time, a final vote on an ordinance that would rezone split-zoned lots on West Hobart Gap Road. The previous hearing was held on Monday, July 10, during which two residents came before the Council to oppose the change.

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