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Alfred Pichat

Alfred Pichat

Alfred Pichat passed away at age 85 on Sunday, November 17. He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1934. He graduated from the Instituto Otto Krause with a degree in electrical engineering. He also served in the Argentine army, Ejército Argentino, before emigrating to the United States in 1959. Alfred married in 1960 and moved to Livingston with his wife, Eleanor, where they lived and raised their family for 58 years. Alfred worked for over 30 years with G-V Controls in Livingston, where he was awarded a patent for airflow sensor technology. His long record of community service includes umpiring Little League games; refereeing adult soccer matches; working with the Ely Cemetery and the Livingston Historical Society; and serving as a volunteer handyman for Livingston senior citizens. He was also a founding member of the Livingston Babe Ruth Baseball League, an avid tennis player, and a Formula 1 racing fan.

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Funeral Mass Offered For Raymond W. Ford

Raymond W. Ford of Livingston died Tuesday, November 12. He was 83 years old.

Visitation was held at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home of Livingston on Sunday, November 17. A Mass of Christian Burial was offered Monday, November 18, at St. Philomena Roman Catholic Church in Livingston. Private cremation followed.

Mr. Ford was the husband of Terri Ford for 55 years. He is also survived by his children, Karen Breen and her husband, Dan; and Susie Ford; and five grandchildren. He was predeceased by his son, Chris Ford, and his brother, Art Ford.

In lieu of flowers, the family has suggested that donations in Mr. Ford’s name be made to the St. John’s Soup Kitchen of Newark, or the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

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Lauren Reinhardt

Lauren Reinhardt, 35, passed away on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 in Livingston, NJ.

Lauren enjoyed many things nature oriented, including hiking, traveling, and photography. She also had an affinity for animals and their well-being.

Lauren was an amazing aunt to her nieces, and enjoyed playing with them and taking them to the pool.

Lauren was predeceased by her parents, Laurance and Marlyn Reinhardt. She is survived by her grandmother, Doris “Pat” Reinhardt; her dear sisters, Kelley Reinhardt and Jamie Rajkumar and her husband, Joseph; and her adoring nieces, Blake and Brooke.

Memorial visitation will be held on Thursday, November 21 from 4-8 P.M. at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, Livingston, with a service to conclude the visitation at 7:30 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Lauren’s name may be made to the St. Hubert’sAnimalWelfare Center, 575 Woodland Ave., Madison, NJ 07940.

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An Honor to Be Honored

At this past Monday’s Livingston Township Council meeting, the West Essex Tribune received a proclamation, lauding the publication for its 90 years serving Livingston residents.

President and publisher Jennifer Cone Chciuk, along with three of the Tribune’s four living editors, were there to accept the honor (the fourth only did not attend because she was working at the Livingston Board of Education meeting, just down the road).

The proclamation read, in part: “The mayor and members of the Livingston Township Council take great pride and pleasure in honoring the West Essex Tribune on its 90th anniversary, and the Township of Livingston is proud to consider the West Essex Tribune its hometown paper.”

 

 

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Services Were Held For Evelyn Saran, 91

Evelyn Saran of Convent Station, formerly of Livingston, died in her sleep on Friday, November 15.

She was predeceased by her husband,Albert, and her son, Steven, and is survived by her daughter, Susan Blickman, and three grandchildren.

A graveside service was held on Sunday, November 17 at Beth Israel Memorial Park in Woodbridge. Arrangements were by Eden Memorial Chapels.

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Town Council Introduces New Zoning Amendment For Marijuana Business

At last week’s Planning Board meeting, Board members discussed amending language to general zoning requirements in town to prohibit medical marijuana dispensaries, marijuana retail, and wholesale stores in all zoning districts. The ordinance was first proposed by the Township Council in October before it was sent to the Planning Board, so they could respond with recommendations.At last week’s meeting, the Planning Board decided not to ban marijuana business in the Master Plan, but rather to encourage the Council to research and listen to the community, so any regulations decided upon would be done strictly by the Township Council.

So, at the next Council meeting, on Monday, October 18, the Council withdrew the original ordinance and submitted a new one on first hearing.

 

 

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Sworn In

SWORN IN

SWORN IN: After winning a special election earlier this month, councilman Michael Vieira was sworn in for another year at the Monday, November 18, Township Council meeting. Swearing him in was his daughter, Samantha, while his son, Michael, holds the Bible and his wife, Gabriella, stands by his side. “Michael has done an excellent job,” mayor Al Anthony said. “It feels like he’s been here forever.”

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Planning Bd. Keeps Marijuana Ban Out of Master Plan

The Livingston Planning Board, in discussing a proposed amendment to the Master Plan to include the prohibition of marijuana-based businesses last Thursday evening, November 14, voted to keep such a ban out of the Master Plan. The Board instead made an addendum that instructs the Township Council to be aware of issues associated with the cannabis industry.

The following addendum to the Master Plan was formally adopted:

“The Township Council should be aware of the emerging land use issues involving the cannabis industry, solicit the input of the community, and consider and adopt such prohibitions or regulations of cannabis land uses as the Township Council may determine to be in the best interests of the health, safety and welfare of the community.”

 

 

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Cohen Honored for Decades of Service

Cohen Honored for Decades of Service

When the Livingston Town Council honored Sally Cohen on Monday for her long-time stewardship of the Livingston Advisory Committee for Disabilities (LACD), a large contingent of friends and supporters were there to congratulate her.

One of her staunchest supporters is Bob Gebroe, himself a long-time leader of LACD.

“On behalf of the hundreds – maybe thousands – you have helped over the years, we thank you,” he said.

 

 

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Mehari Medals at Group 4 State Championships; Qualifies for Cross Country Meet of Champions

After an emotional few weeks of hard training and competition, senior Philmon Mehari qualified to run at in the Group 4 State Championships held on November 16 at Holmdel Park. He medaled and earned a berth in the Meet of Champions this weekend.

The State Championship course has a tough uphill to start the race, and the competition at this event is fierce.

At this year’s event, 150 competitors were fighting to gain position into the woods after a long incline. Many of the state’s top ranked teams and individual qualifiers were competing in Group 4.

 

 

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