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21
Aug
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NEW TICKET BOOTH AT FOOTBALL FIELD

A new ticket booth is being constructed at the entrance to the Al Jacobson field at Livingston High School. LHS students in the technology department's architecture CAD class designed and framed the structure.
 
Thu
21
Aug
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New Teachers Attend Orientation; Hear Pep Talk from Superintendent

The following article was prepared by Marilyn Lehren, manager of Communications/Community Outreach for the Livingston public schools.
 
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Aug
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Board of Education Fills Vacancies; Approves Lease for Computer Equipment

The Livingston Board of Education selected former Board members Ron Spring and Ronnie Konner on Wednesday, August 13, from among a field of six volunteers to fill the unexpired terms of Dr. David Jasin and Leslie Winograd, who had each moved out of town. Spring and Konner will serve through the January 5, 2015 reorganization meeting. "We were fortunate to have six very strong candidates interested in what we are doing," said Board president Barry Funt, "but we can only choose two." The volunteers were interviewed during a public meeting on August 6.
 
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21
Aug
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Council Bans E-Cigarettes in Public Places; Seeks New Water and Sewer Connection Fees

The Livingston Township Council enacted ordinances governing electronic cigarettes and sanitary sewers on Monday evening. Amending a current ordinance prohibiting smoking in township facilities, the first ordinance adds electronic cigarettes to the ban. The ordinance additionally prohibits the use of "electronic smoking devices" in all government buildings or on any township property located within 500 feet of any elementary or secondary educational institution. The amended ordinance also expands prohibited areas to include all outdoor public parks and recreational areas that are owned, leased, or used by the township. Councilman Rudy Fernandez noted that the ordinance will stay relevant as the town's open space expands now and in the future.
 
Thu
14
Aug

Spring and Konner Named to Board of Education

Tonight, at the Livingston Board of Education meeting, two candidates were chosen from a field of six volunteers, to fill the unexpired terms of Board members Dr. David Jason and Leslie Winograd, both of whom have moved out of town. Named to the positions were former Board members Ron Spring and Ronnie Konner.
 
Spring is a father of three children, a school administrator, and an attorney, while Konner is recently retired from teaching world languages in Livingston.
 
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14
Aug
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Board of Education Holds Interviews to Fill Vacancies

The Livingston Board of Education held a special workshop meeting on Wednesday, August 6, to interview the six individuals who volunteered to fill the two Board positions vacated when Leslie Winograd and Dr. David Jasin moved out of town.
 
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14
Aug
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The Livingston Police

The Livingston Police Department sponsored a children's poster contest for national night out. Hundreds of posters demonstrated the theme, "together We Make a safe neighborhood."
 
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14
Aug
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Veteran Receives Medals

Charlie Quinn, an army infantry veteran of the Vietnam War, was presented with medals by Livingston Veterans of Foreign Wars Post Commander tom Bucca at a recent VFW meeting. For his service, the U.s. government presented Quinn with a Purple Heart (awarded to those wounded in action); a Bronze star; a Combat infantry Badge; the national Defense Medal; a Vietnam Campaign ribbon; and a republic of Vietnam gallantry Cross Unit Citation, among several other medals.
 
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14
Aug
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Vision 20/20 Committee recommends study

Members of the Vision 20/20 Marketing and Communications Committee presented a report to the Township Council at the Council's conference meeting on Monday evening. Alan Karpas and Walter LeVine presented the committee's fi ndings to the Council, noting that the purpose of the committee was to assess the needs of the residents.
 
Fri
08
Aug

School Board Holds Interviews for Vacancies

The Livingston Board of Education held a special workshop meeting on Wednesday, August 6, to  interview the six individuals who have volunteered to fill the two Board positions vacated when Leslie Winograd and Dr. David Jasin moved out of town. It will appoint two  people to serve the balance of the year, to January 6, 2015, at its meeting next Wednesday, August 13.

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