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LSO CONCERT IS NOVEMBER 7

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The Livingston Symphony Orchestra's first concert of the season will be Saturday, November 7, at 7:30 p.m. at Livingston High School. Selections include Berlioz's Roman Carnival Overture; Haydn's Trumpet Concerto, with Metropolitan Opera trumpeter Ray Riccomini as soloist; and Dvorak's Symphony No. 7.
 
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A TREE GROWS IN LIVINGSTON

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Some 100 "beautification trees," including various oak and maple species, are being planted throughout the township. Planted on a number of streets, including Blackstone Drive, shown above, trees will also be planted to fill in the median on Northfield Road. According to Public Works Department supervisor Mike Anello, the cost of the project – about $30,000 – is being provided by the township's Tree Trust Fund.
 
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"HAIRSPRAY" TICKETS NOW ON SALE

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Livingston Community Players will present the musical Hairspray, featuring performers from Livingston and surrounding communities, in November. Performances will take place at Mt. Pleasant Middle School on Saturday, November 14, at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, November 15, at 2 p.m.; Friday, November 20, at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, November 21, at 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, November 22, at 2 p.m.
 
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District Anticipates Results Of PARCC Assessments

Last week, the state released results of the PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) online assessment, showing that most New Jersey students failed to meet grade-level expectations in math and English language arts.
 
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Voters to Cast Ballots for School Board State Assembly, County Clerk, Sheriff

Livingston voters will go to the polls this coming Tuesday, November 3, for this year’s general election. The only Livingston race includes a contest for two seats on the Livingston Board of Education. Voters will also be choosing members of the General Assembly, 27th Legislative District to which the township belongs; the Essex County county clerk; and the Essex County sheriff.
 
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WEEKEND FUN

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Residents, including the three girls at left, came out en masse to participate in the Color Livingston 5K Fun Run this past Saturday. Proceeds of the event will be used by HCHY (Healthy Community Healthy Youth) to fund Livingston's Youth Appreciation Week.
 
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BIG L CLUB HONORS PAT GENOVA

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The Big L Club dedicated the 2015 Livingston Lancer Sports Program to retired athletic director Pat Genova. The dedication ceremony was held at half-time of the Livingston vs. Nutley football game on Friday evening, October 16. The Big L Club presented Genova with the ceremonial copy of the program and gave a bouquet of flowers to his wife, Carol.
 
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Oct
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Section 1 Residents May Begin To Place Leaves in Gutter on Oct. 26

Livingston Township will again be divided into three sections for the annual Leaf Collection Program, which begins in November. Leaves may only be placed in the street gutter on the specific dates listed in the 2015 Leaf Collection Program Schedule for each respective week and section. The New Jersey Stormwater Management Rules state that leaves may not be placed any closer than ten feet from any storm drain inlet or catch basin and can only be left in the street gutter for a maximum period of seven days prior to their scheduled collection date.
 
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BOE Candidates Face Off at LWV's Public Forum

The five candidates vying for two seats that are up for grabs on the Livingston Board of Education had an opportunity to publicly express their views, opinions and solutions at the League of Women Voters (LWV) Candidates' Night last Wednesday. Running for the two, three-year seats are newcomers Mike Ramer and Kevin Kline; former Board member Barry Funt; and incumbents Pam Chirls and Ronnie Konner, who announced at the event that they will be running together in the upcoming election. Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, November 3, to decide who will fill the two seats.
 
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Robotics Teams Compete in U.S. WRO Nationals; High School Team Places First With Perfect Score

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The Exit 5A and Exit 5 robotics teams of the Livingston Robotics Club competed in the U.S. WRO (World Robot Olympiad) Nationals, held recently in Detroit, Michigan. Competing in the high school category were 11th graders Alice Huang and Stephanie Tam, and ninth grader Chloe Lam of the Exit 5 Robotics team.
 

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