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Road Work

Road Work

ROAD WORK: Crews excavate the roadway on Chelsea Drive prior to the installation of a new drainage system to correct a water problem. The work near the street intersection with Stonehenge Drive was being done by employees from Stanziale Construction on Tuesday, September 15, as part of the Chelsea Drive street improvement project.

 

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Residents Discuss Pros and Cons Of Housing Development Ordinance

At the Monday, September 21, meeting of the Livingston Township Council, members listened to public comment concerning a final hearing ordinance that may result in an apartment complex with affordable housing.

The meeting may be viewed on the Livingston Township, NJ Facebook page.

Apartment Complex Hearing

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Police Warn Of Bear Sightings

The Livingston Police Department is warning residents to be cautious following reports of black bear sightings in the township.

“The black bear of New Jersey has continued to adapt to living closer in proximity to people and human development,” the police department wrote on Facebook. “They are learning to take advantage of human derived food sources. We have come to learn over the last couple of years that Livingston is currently home to the black bear. We want to assure the residents of Livingston that the police department has a close working relationship with the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, and in that capacity, we receive updates on the current policies and procedures concerning the enforcement and protection of both people and the animals.

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Reopening Process Continues: Secondary Staffing Challenge is “Monumental;” Parents and Students Request Reopening Dates

Secondary Staffing Challenge is “Monumental;” Parents and Students Request Reopening Dates
Secondary Staffing Challenge is “Monumental;” Parents and Students Request Reopening Dates
Secondary Staffing Challenge is “Monumental;” Parents and Students Request Reopening Dates

Much of the three-hour Board of Education meeting on Monday, September 21, was spent revisiting and re-explaining the district’s reopening plan.

September 21 was also the first day that the first cohort of pre-K through grade two and self-contained special education students returned to their school buildings for hybrid learning.

The meeting was not streamed on Facebook, as it has been in the past, with “technical problems” cited as the reason for the change. Viewers were directed to join the webinar. It may be viewed on the Board of Education tab of the district website, livingston.org.

 

 

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Mass Celebrated For Paul Moschella

Paul Joseph Moschella, 51, recently of Livingston, died on Friday, September 18. He had previously lived in Verona.

A Mass of Christian Burial was held on Wednesday, September 23, at St. Raphael’s Church in Livingston, with interment at Immaculate Conception Cemetery in Montclair.

Mr. Moschella is survived by his father, Carl Moschella, and his brother, James Moschella, and his wife, Priscilla. He was predeceased by his mother, Margherite Moschella.

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Four Seniors Recognized at Art Show

Four Seniors Recognized at Art Show
Four Seniors Recognized at Art Show

Four Livingston residents were among 33 senior citizens recognized for their artistic talent at the 2020 Essex County Senior Citizens Juried Art Show. This year’s contest was conducted virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Winning entries can be viewed at https://www.artworkarchive.com/rooms/essexcountyparksandrecreat ion/3bb954.

 

 

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Back to Sports!

Back to Sports!

Back to Sports!

 

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Vote by Mail

All 6.2 million New Jersey residents who are registered to vote should be receiving their mail-in election ballots this week, and those who intend to vote using them should do so sooner than later.

At a time when the U.S. Postal Service has been politicized and used as a tool, we must trust our institutions not to fail us, but still take every precaution we can to protect against it happening. That means returning the ballots using secure drop boxes, and voting as early as possible to ensure the ballots arrive on time. Recentlyappointed postmaster general Louis DeJoy has admitted to slowing down the speed of the mail this summer, causing delays and chaos that some say people in power are using to delegitimize the very legitimate process of voting by mail. We should not be afraid to utilize this means of voting.

 

 

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Merle Biederman

Merle Biederman of Livingston, NJ, died September 6, 2020, at St. Barnabas Medical Center. Born in Newark, NJ, she lived in Newark, West Orange, and East Orange before moving to Livingston, in 1968.

Mrs. Biederman was a graduate of Montclair State University, and was the daughter of Montclair State University’s first ever graduate. She taught in West Orange for five years. Later she became an ESL teacher at the Livingston English Adult School, for many years.

An active member of the Livingston Branch of the American Association of University Women, she served as Vice President, Secretary, and Chair of the Scholarship Committee. She joined the College Women’s Club of Montclair when the branches merged. She was a long-time member of Temple B’nai Abraham.

Lifelong learning was important to her. She enjoyed reading, gardening, the theater, concerts and the gym. She especially enjoyed travel in the United States, Canada, and Europe.

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Services To Be Held For Dr. Emmanuel Montero

Dr. Emmanuel B. Montero, 84, of Livingston, died on Saturday, September 19, 2020.

Dr. Montero was born on May 31, 1936, in Misamis Occidental, Philippines. He was a resident of Livingston for 40 years before moving to Mendham, New Jersey.

He was an anesthesiologist at Bayonne Medical Center before retiring.

Husband of the late Pamela Montero, he is survived by his children, Melissa Montero, Theresa D'Aloia (Michael), Christopher Montero (Kristina), Amy Alfano (Phil); ten grandchildren; and five sisters. He was also predeceased by four brothers.

Visitation will be held at Paul Ippolito-Dancy Memorial, 9 Smull Avenue, Caldwell, on Friday, September 25, from 5 to 8 p.m. A funeral Mass will be at St. Rose of Lima Church, East Hanover, on Saturday, September 26, at 11 a.m., followed by entombment at Gate of Heaven Mausoleum, East Hanover.

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