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Livingston Amateur Golfer Karen Chung To Play in Her First Major Tournament

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Karen Chung, a Livingston resident and member of the Trojans, the women's golf team at the University of Southern California (USC), is one of a handful of amateurs invited to play in the ANA Inspiration, which will be held from March 28 to April 3 in Rancho Mirage, California. The ANA, formerly known as the Dinah Shore, is the first of the five major golf championships in the country.
 
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Setting Ourselves Apart

It has been increasingly evident that the Township, both the administration and the Town Council, are making a concerted effort to distinguish Livingston from other municipalities. Through a variety of means, the township is making progress in claiming its own unique space in the county. Some of these efforts we are paying for, such as the community branding initiative.
 
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Township Manager Introduces 2016 Budget; Proposes Lowest Tax Increase in 12 Years

At the Township Council meeting on Monday evening, township manager Michele Meade introduced Livingston's 2016 municipal budget, which she said features the lowest tax increase since 2004. A public hearing on the proposed budget will be held at the Council's meeting on April 25. The proposed spending plan will cost the owner of a home assessed at approximately $605,000, about $47.43 in additional taxes, Meade said. This does not include the tax levy for the Board of Education or for Essex County.
 
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Residents Oppose Proposed Hotel at Livingston Mall

Approximately 80 residents attended a Township Council hearing on Monday evening to object to a proposed ordinance that would allow a free-standing hotel and a free-standing restaurant to be constructed on property at the Livingston Mall. The hotel, a Marriott Residence Inn, would be located in what is now part of the mall's parking lot at the intersection of Walnut Street and South Orange Avenue. The project is a joint venture of Simon, owner of Livingston Mall, and Noble Investment Group.
 
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Cremation to Be Private For Beverly C. Burger

Former Livingston resident Beverly C. Burger died March 9 at the age of 90. Born in Rothsville, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Burger lived in Dunellen for 20 years and then in Livingston. She moved to Bridgewater in 2008. She was a homemaker and a former member of the Mendham Golf and Tennis Club. Predeceased by her husband, Rudolph, in 2007, she is survived by her two daughters, Wendy Barfuss and Sally Klimchock; two sisters; and three grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. Cremation will be private. Arrangements are by the Bruce C. VanArsdale Funeral Home of Somerville. To send condolences, visit brucecvanarsdalefuneralhome.com. The family has suggested that donations in Mrs. Burger's memory be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
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Irwin Fellman Dies at 84

Irwin Fellman of Livingston died Sunday, March 6, after a long battle with dementia. He had been a self-employed certified public accountant. Mr. Fellman was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, serving during the Korean War. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Deanna; two daughters, Lisa and her husband, Pete, of Scotch Plains, and Wendy and her husband, Kipp, of Basking Ridge; and four grandchildren. The family has requested that donations be made in Mr. Fellman's memory to the Livingston First Aid Squad, 62 South Livingston Avenue, Livingston, NJ 07039.
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Funeral Services Held For Theresa DePaola

Livingston resident Theresa DePaola (nee Turano), 80, died on Wednesday, March 9. Mrs. DePaola was born in Astoria, Queens, to Joseph and Maria (Vano) Turano, and later retired as a vice president of Chase Manhattan Bank in New York City. She is survived by her husband of almost 50 years, Cono DePaola, and numerous relatives. Funeral arrangements were by the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston.
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Doris M. Esposito

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THE END OF A GREAT SEASON

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The Livingston eighth grade girls' travel basketball team completed another great season, ending the year with a loss in the playoff semifinals, after finishing the regular season with a 10-2 record (including ten consecutive wins).
 
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BASKETBALL CHAMPS

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Team Kansas was the winner of Livingston's sixth grade recreation basketball championships. The team won both the regular season and the playoffs. Members of the team, shown standing, are John Whu, Alp Hance, Andy Zhu, Kush Chinai, Manav Patel and Ryan Goldstein. Seated are Luke Chisarick, Darren Morgan, Jared Fiske, and Aidan Stephenson. In the back row are coaches Bill Chisarick and Josh Fiske.
 

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