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Lancers Track and Field Teams Compete At Group 4 State Relay Championship

Lancers Track and Field Teams Compete At Group 4 State Relay Championship

The Livingston High School track and field teams competed in the Group 4 State Relay Championships in Toms River this past weekend. The team did well, with six of the 13 relay crews finishing in the top 16, including one in the top ten.

The pole vault got underway with Lancers Anna Sang and Sammy Lee competing. Their combined clearance of 15’00” landed them in a three-way tie for eighth place. Siraj Akmal had cleared 10’6”, tying his best vault of the season, and finished with the 18th best jump of the day.

 

 

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A Fond Farewell

Tribune advertising representative Nancy Perlmutter retired this week after more than 26 years with our newspaper. With her desk situated near the front door, she was often the first face anyone entering our South Livingston Avenue office saw. It was always a welcoming face, eager to help with whatever was needed, be it a circulation question, an advertising request, an article submission, or a coat donation.

 

 

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Staying Safe Around Our Schools

Last week, a Livingston High School student was struck by a car while attempting to cross Madonna Drive. The boy was attempting to retrieve a bag from his parents and popped out between school buses. A driver was unable to stop in time to avoid hitting him. The young man was taken to the hospital for evaluation and no charges were issued.

Just this past September, an 11-year-old boy was hit, in similar circumstances, attempting to cross the street after appearing suddenly from between two parked cars at the Mt. Pleasant schools on Broadlawn Drive.

 

 

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Will Celebrate Mass For Catherine Bertero

Services will be held on Saturday, January 25, for Catherine T. (Ragonese) Bertero, a former resident of Livingston. A Memorial Mass will be held at 12:30 p.m. at St. Bartholomew’s Church, 2032WestfieldAve., Scotch Plains.

Mrs. Bertero, 89, died on January 16 at home in Garwood. Born in Newark, she had also been a resident of Irvington, Livingston, Budd Lake, and Bayville, and had been a payroll clerk for PNC Bank in West Orange.

Mrs. Bertero was predeceased by her husband, Louis ‘Sonny’ Bertero, and is survived by her three children, Ginny Bramwell, Maria O’Reilly (Jimmy), and Louis Bertero (Debbie); six grandchildren; and seven greatgrandchildren.

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Lancer Wrestling Team Takes Third in County Tournament

Lancer Wrestling Team Takes Third in County Tournament
Lancer Wrestling Team Takes Third in County Tournament

The Lancer wrestlers put together a team effort to finish in third place in the Essex County Athletic Directors’ Association Tournament at Codey Arena last weekend. Twelve out of the 13 grapplers advanced through the first round and got into the running for a top eight finish in their respective weight classes.

Aidan Carmody, a 106 pound freshman, stormed into the semi-finals with a 43 second pin and an 8-0 major decision in his first two matches. Using his patented leg ride, body scissor and power half, Carmody scored bonus points for the Lancers as he advanced. In the semi-finals, he dropped a bout to the defending county champion and then lost a heartbreaking back-andforth match to Orange’s Merlin Sanat to finish fourth.

 

 

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Past Fire Chief Charlie Schilling Dies

Past Fire Chief Charlie Schilling Dies

Past Livingston Fire Chief Charles “Charlie” Schilling died Tuesday evening at Inglemoor Care Center. He was 98 years old.

“He truly was one in a million and a true legend here in Livingston,” Fire Chief Chris Mullin said. “Chief Schilling was a remarkable man and was a true leader during his 36 years as Livingston’s Fire Chief, including his extensive involvement in the fire code enforcement community in the State of New Jersey.”

Funeral arrangements were not announced as of press time, but they will be posted to the West Essex Tribune’s Facebook page once they are set.

 

 

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Overturned Car Leads to Drug Arrest

Overturned Car Leads to Drug Arrest

A West Orange man is facing drug charges after he crashed his car and was found with marijuana, Livingston Police said.

At about 12:55 a.m. on Wednesday, January 15, Gavrel Golan, 42, of West Orange was operating a 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee and travelling west on East Mt. Pleasant Avenue near Force Hill Road when his vehicle left the roadway. It then struck a pole and overturned.

 

 

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Applications are Heard At Planning Board Meeting

The Livingston Planning Board met on Tuesday, January 21, to discuss two hearings for property on Scott Terrace.

The first hearing was a minor subdivision with variances, at the corner of East McClellan Avenue and Scott Terrace for applicant JMZ Enterprises. The applicant sought to subdivide lot 21 to create four new lots that measure approximately 14,484 square feet, 10,691 square feet, 11,171 square feet and 18,616 square feet, respectively. They also want to increase the footprint size and storage volume of the new surface detention basin to incorporate the original Scott Terrace subdivision, which will eliminate the previously approved underground detention basin from beneath the roadway.

 

 

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15 Unlocked Cars Broken Into

More than a dozen unlocked cars were burglarized last weekend in the same area of the township, according to Livingston Police.

Officers took reports of 15 unlocked cars being broken into on Sunday, January 19. Officers first responded to a 2 a.m. 911 call from a resident on Fellswood Drive, who reported seeing two men pulling on the door handles of cars parked in his driveway. The resident initially shouted out to the men and then called the police. The caller told police that the suspects had left in the direction of Greenwood Court.

 

 

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Livingston Holds Annual M.L. King Day of Service

Livingston Holds Annual M.L. King Day of Service
Livingston Holds Annual M.L. King Day of Service

It was a “Day On” this past Monday, January 20, at the Livingston Senior/ Community Center, where the annual Day of Service was held on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Several hundred people attended the three-hour event, which encouraged residents to make the most of their time off for the holiday, “A Day On, Not a Day Off.”

“This gets larger every year,” mayor Rudy Fernandez said. “Thank you to the volunteers for making a difference in our neighbors’ lives.”

“That’s what we need, we need more volunteerism,” councilman Michael Vieira said. “Just as we celebrate Martin Luther King Day, let’s celebrate volunteerism in Livingston.”

 

 

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