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Turf Field Replacement

TURF FIELD REPLACEMENT: Employees of Field Turf USA, contractors for the Livingston Board of Education, remove the artificial turf from the Livingston High School football field on Tuesday, July 10, as part of a turf replacement program.

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Fourth of July Fun

FOURTH OF JULY FUN: Throughout this edition of the West Essex Tribune, readers will find photos from the Independence Day events at the Oval last week.

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Unpacking Fireworks

UNPACKING FIREWORKS: During the afternoon on Wednesday, July 4, fireworks for the Independence Day evening program were unpacked and prepped for the event. The work took place in a sealedoff area of the Oval, protected by Livingston Police.

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Summer Fun Continues

Livingston recently celebrated another spectacular Fourth of July on the Oval, with residents enjoying a full calendar of activities. While rain threatened to quell excitement early on, the weather held throughout the day and the crowd continued to grow leading up to the fantastic fireworks display that evening. Attendance seemingly rises each year (check out some of the photos in this issue of the Tribune for proof), as residents bring their friends and families from outside the township to learn about all we offer in celebration of Independence Day.

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Triathlon Competitor

TRIATHLON COMPETITOR: Mackenzie Parke, a member of the Livingston High School class of 2000, recently completed her third New York City Triathlon in three hours, 11 minutes. The triathlon consists of swimming a mile in the Hudson River, biking 25 miles, and running six miles. Parke, who works for QBE North America, has also completed nine marathons.

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Mumbai Indians, Livingston Warriors Win in Cricket

The Sanskriti Premier Cricket League of Livingston saw men’s, women’s, and children’s action this past weekend.

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The League held its traditional leather ball Sanskriti Premier League game this weekend on the Turf ground.

Batting first, the Mumbai Indians could manage just 95 runs in their allotted 16 overs. After a good opening start by Sunny Khatkate and Hardik Mhatre, the Mumbai Indians could not capitalize and put up a big score.

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Summer Concert Features Big Band

The 2018 Livingston Summer Concert Series, sponsored by Regal Bank, will continue this Sunday, July 15, with the Jazz Lobsters, a Big Band group.

The series features live musical performances every Sunday evening in July from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Memorial Park gazebo.

Each week features a different genre of music, including doo-wop, Big Band arrangements, ’80s hits, and tributes to the band Chicago and Bruce Springsteen.

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Approves Varsity Letters for Non-Athletes; Introduces Breath Alcohol Sensor Policy

The Livingston Board of Education approved a number of policies and regulations at its July 10 meeting, including three policies for second reading and adoption, and six policies and three regulations for first reading, which will likely be adopted at the next meeting on Wednesday, July 25.

Board member Ronnie Konner noted the number of policies on the agenda and asked the administration to summarize them for the public. Her goal is to better communicate them to parents. Audience member Sasha Koff thanked Konner for the suggestion, saying that she reads the policies but that members of the community “are not made aware of the importance in a timely fashion to read and interpret them.”

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Man Facing Assault Charge; Found with Drugs

A July 4 motor vehicle stop resulted in the hospitalization of a Newark man and the filing of numerous charges against him, including assault.

At 4:09 p.m. that day, Livingston police officers stopped the driver of a motor vehicle on Eisenhower Parkway for having tinted windows and not signalling a lane change. As they approached the vehicle, they detected the odor of marijuana coming from the car. At that point, police officials recount, the driver became agitated. He refused commands to exit the vehicle and began screaming, “My life is over, you’re gonna kill me now, please shoot me, I want to die!

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Private Services Held For Alan Harris, 94

Alan Harris of Hackettstown, formerly of Livingston, died July 4 at the age of 94. Born in East Orange, Mr. Harris had lived in Livingston, Bernardsville, and Basking Ridge before moving to Hackettstown in 2005. He was graduated from East Orange High School in 1941 and initially worked for the California Texas Oil Company in New York City. In 1942, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, serving in World War II as a staff sergeant with VMSB 331, 4th Marine Air Wing, in the South Central Pacific Theater. He was discharged in 1945. In 1948, he married Jean Taylor, who predeceased him in 2003 after 55 years of marriage. He worked for Firestone Tire and Rubber Company in many sales roles, retiring as a regional manager of wholesale account commercial sales in 1983. Mr.

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