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NATIONAL NIGHT OUT IS AUGUST 4

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The Livingston business Improvement District and the Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce have made a donation to support Livingston’s National Night Out. Shown with bubbles that will be given out at National Night Out are community Policing officer ralph Kolbusz and beth Lippman, the executive director of both organizations.
 
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Zoning Board Approves Sprint Wireless Facility

The Livingston Zoning Board of Adjustment approved variances for a wireless communication facility on an existing tower, and eight residential projects, at its meeting on July 28. Richard Vallario served as attorney in lieu of the Board's attorney, Herbert Ford, who has retired.
 
Variances for Sprint Facility
 
Sprint Spectrum L.P. came before the Board to reconstruct a wireless communication facility on an existing tower located at the PSE&G right of way on North Livingston Avenue. Requested and approved were a use variance, side yard setbacks of less than 37 feet and 108 feet, and a building height variance (100 feet are required, 168 feet, six inches were proposed).
 
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THE B STREET BAND PERFORMANCE

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THE B STREET BAND PERFORMANCE, presented on July 19 as part of the Summer Concert Series, was held indoors in the Livingston High School (LHS) auditorium due to the high Heat Index Advisory issued to the area.
 
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THE INSTALLATION OF PVC PIPING

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THE INSTALLATION OF PVC PIPING for a storm drainage system on a section of Camelot Drive, in the vicinity of the intersection with Hastings Lane, is underway. The work is being done by Ischia Construction & Paving of Livingston as part of the Camelot Drive street improvement project.
 
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Former Residents Celebrate 70th Anniversary with Family Reunion

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Jerome (Jerry) and Norma (Pear) Marsh of Boca Raton, Florida, formerly of Livingston, recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary at a family reunion held at the Skytop Lodge in the Poconos. The Marshes, former owners of S. Marsh and Sons jewelry store in Millburn, were joined by their children, eight grandchildren (with six spouses among them), and eight great-grandchildren (with two more on the way), who came from near and far to celebrate the milestone.
 
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Board Of Education Explains Facility Rental by Governor Christie

Board of Education president Pam Chirls read a prepared statement at its July 15 meeting to explain the Board's decision to approve an agreement with the governor's offi ce for the rental of the auxiliary gym at Livingston High School on June 30. Chirls said that the event had originally been billed as "an event with the governor," and the Livingston Board of Education was careful to follow Policy 7510. She added that the superintendent deemed this event "advisable" and referred it to the school board for action according to the policy.
 
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Police Arrest Three More Suspects For Tower Road Home Invasion

Livingston Police Department officials have announced that three more arrests have been made in connection with a home invasion robbery that occurred on Tower Road on Thursday, May 28. Last week, Melisa Aquino-Arias, 21, of Passaic was arrested without incident at her apartment by both Livingston and Passaic police detectives. She faces multiple charges, including kidnapping, robbery, burglary, and theft, among others. Her bail was set at $150,000.
 
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Firefighters Find Drug Paraphernalia; Help Rescue Baby Ducklings From Drain

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The Livingston Fire Department responded to 18 calls this week, including two in which they worked with the Livingston Police Department. On Wednesday, July 8, a suspicious package was reported by the entrance to the walking bridge at Sherbrooke and Arden Roads. A red duffle bag located in the rear yard of 47 Sherbrook Parkway was determined to contain drug paraphernalia and the Livingston Police Department was called.
 
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Residents Welcome British Invasion

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Hundreds of residents took their chairs out to the Gazebo on Sunday evening where the British Invasion Tribute Band performed classic songs by bands from both this and the other side of the pond. The concert was part of this year's Summer Concert Series, which is sponsored by Regal Bank.
 
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Camelot Drive Work

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Reconstruction of storm drain catch basins on Camelot Drive, in the vicinity of the street intersection with Winston Drive, took place on Monday, July 13.
 

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