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LHS Field Hocket Team Hosts Newark Academy

LHS FIELD HOCKET TEAM HOSTS NEWARK ACADEMY: The Lancers were defeated by Newark Academy, 7-4, on the turf. Shown above, Lancer Sarah Haber, #12, sets to pass the ball to Juliette Banner, #7, on a Lancer offensive play.

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Stealth White 8U Team Remains Undefeated

The 8U Livingston Stealth White baseball team continued its undefeated season by beating the second place team, Summit, 9-6, on the road on Sunday, October 14.

The team remains atop the leaderboard in the USABL National North 1 Division with only one regular season game left. They have clinched the #1 seed for the postseason.

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Township Council

Five candidates are seeking three open Township Council seats; incumbent Democratic Council members Rudy Fernandez, Shawn Klein, and mayor Ed Meinhardt; and Republican challengers Debbie Burack and Brandon Minde. The incumbents are campaigning together, while Burack and Minde have each run individual campaigns.

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Election Day

In advance of Tuesday’s local elections, we would like to offer our final thoughts on the Township Council and Board of Education races. We encourage voters to read the candidates’ final statements in this issue of the Tribune, as well as their statements in previous issues and articles summarizing the several debates and forums held over the past month, to make an informed decision.

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AP Waitlist Hit 300-Plus; Now Down to 34 Students

At a Board of Education debate held by the Livingston Old Guard on Tuesday, October 30, a question was asked concerning the AP waitlist.

It was originally reported that more than 100 students were waitlisted for Advance Placement courses at Livingston High School, but upon further examination, interim superintendent James O’Neill found that 334 students were at one time waitlisted.

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Council Discusses Property Revaluation

At the end of the Monday, October 29, Township Council regular meeting, residents Bob Hunter and Walter LeVine both asked questions about a letter that was sent last week to Livingston property owners. The letter announced that township properties will be inspected over the next few months, the first step in the revaluation process. Livingston must revalue all real estate for the 2020 tax year, according to the Essex County Board of Taxation. The last revaluation took place in 2007.

The revaluation process is revenue neutral; if the assessed value of the property increases in the revaluation, the tax rate would drop as a result. The total amount for tax allowed to be raised annually remains capped at two percent, as always.

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Police Arrest Man for Growing Pot; Participate in Pursuit of ‘Kidnapper’

Livingston police, on Saturday, October 27, arrested a man for growing marijuana in the basement of a Livingston home, and later participated in the vehicular pursuit of a reported kidnapper.

Growing Marijuana

Shortly after midnight on Saturday, Livingston police were called to a Hillside Avenue residence on a dispute. According to information supplied to the Tribune by police, the homeowner, Ingrid Tschapka, age 55, stated that she had an argument with her boyfriend, Michael Nowicki, age 25, and wanted him to leave the residence for the night. When offi cers spoke with Nowicki, they informed him of the complaint, and he agreed to leave the house.

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Funeral Mass Offered For Diane LoCascio

Diane LoCascio (nee Laurilliard), 67, of Lebanon, formerly of Livingston, died Saturday, October 27 at her home. A Funeral Mass was celebrated on Wednesday, October 31, at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Montclair, with interment at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in East Hanover. Visitation took place on Tuesday, October 30, at Caggiano Memorial in Montclair. Mrs. LoCascio is survived by her husband, Sebastian “Julie” LoCascio; her children, Julie Ann DiGiacomo and her husband, Michael, and Paul LoCascio and his wife, Geradina; and four grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorial donations to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at stjude.org.

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Services Were Held For Rose Eckstein, 96

Rose Eckstein died at home in Livingston on October 5. Born and raised in New York City, she graduated Hunter College with a bachelors degree in business and taught second grade for 22 years at Dutch Lane School in Hicksville, New York. After retiring to Nevada and California, she moved to Livingston when her husband, Albert, died in 2006. She is survived by her daughter, Linda Star; her son, Paul Kamen; three grandchildren and a greatgranddaughter. Funeral services were held at Cedar Park Cemetery in Paramus. Memorial donations in Mrs. Eckstein’s name may be made to the JCC MetroWest Margulies Senior Center in West Orange.

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Graveside Service Held for Leila Leff

Leila Leff of Livingston and Harvey Cedars died Saturday, October 27, at her home. She is survived by her husband, Coleman Leff; her children, Larry Leff and his wife, Andrea, and Robin Bellicha and her husband, David; her sister, Karen Lipman; and five grandchildren. A graveside service was held Monday, October 29, at Beth Israel Cemetery in Cedar Knolls. Arrangements are under the direction of the Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel of Livingston. The family has suggested that donations be made in Mrs. Leff’s memory to komen.org, and BRCA Foundation at brcafoundation.org.

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