SYLS Director Jennifer Hessberger accepts delivery of a new 2011 Goshen Coach/Sentinel 16-Passenger plus 2 wheelchair position bus from Mark Whalen of American Bus & Coach for the Senior/Handicapped Transportation Program (photos by Russ Jones)
POETRY WORKSHOPS November 15 - December 13
Sponsored by the Livingston Arts Council
LIVINGSTON VETERANS are invited to lunch and a performance by the AARP Livingstones singers
Sponsored by SYLS Dept
Friday, November 11: 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Senior Community Center
Registration required: (973) 535-7925
Daylight savings time ends Sunday, November 6 at 2:00 AM. Set your clocks back one hour when you go to bed.
MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR
Friday November 4 As of 5:00 pm Friday, JCP&L reports 54 customers without power. Most of them should have power restored tonight. As of 8:00 pm Friday, PSE&G has 150 customers without power, and they expect most of them to have power restored by 6:00 am Saturday.
MESSAGE FROM THE TOWNSHIP REGARDING TRICK OR TREATING Each family should make their own individual decision as to whether or not you feel comfortable trick-or-treating tomorrow night (Friday, November 4). If you do decide to go out, please directly supervise all children as there may still be some downed wires in some areas.
The Township’s garbage collector has been picking up trash since Monday on streets that the trucks were able to get to. In the case of a street blocked by fallen trees/branches or downed wires, they are doubling back and coming in from the other end of the street. If the street blocked is a cul-de-sac or dead end, they can only get those pick-ups that are before the blockage.
Township crews are continuing to open up streets blocked by trees or branches, unless there are wires involved. In those locations, we have to wait for the electrical utility crews to remove the trees/branches. The same is true for the recycling collection; they are picking up recyclables on the streets they can get through. FORWI (First Occupational Center) the Township’s collector, has been advising us which streets they could not pick-up or only had partial pick-ups.
HEARINGS for PSE&G North Central Reliability
Project: September 7, 8, 22
FALL HEALTH FAIR Saturday, September 17
8:30 am - 12:00 noon
Community Center, 204 Hillside Avenue
to Hurricane Irene there is a regional water shortage. Until further
notice there is a mandatory restriction on the use of all
lawn sprinklers, and all residents are urged to conserve
water. We appreciate your cooperation.
Monday, September 12
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm, rain or shine
Livingston Community Center, 204 Hillside Avenue
INFO: 973 535-7961, ext 231
offices will close at noon on Friday, September 9, 2011, to
permit employees to attend the Township of Livingston Employee
Recognition Picnic. The offices will reopen on Monday, September
HURRICAN IRENE: The
boil water advisory was lifted on Saturday evening, September
3. Click here for
details. Click here for the list
of streets that were affected.
WATER SUMMIT Wednesday,
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Community Center; hosted by the Livingston Environmental
Commission, Alyssa Pepper's Girl Scout Troop and the Essex
County Environmental Center ONLINE
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED BUT REGISTRATION IS BEING TAKEN AT
of Women Voters
Annuall Dinner meeting June 15, 6:00 pm at Il Ripasso
Former Mayor Arlene Johnson and City Planner Robin Weiss will
discuss the Livingston Citizens Institute
Reservations: 973 994-1935
items in good working condition can be dropped off in the lower
level Craft Room in the Senior Community Center on Thursday, June
9 from 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm; Friday, June 10 from 2:00 pm - 4:00
pm and during the recycling event on Saturday, June 11 (9:00 am
- 2:00 pm). These items will be offered to residents to "reuse"
and take home and call their own.
Saturday May 14
12:00 noon - 2:00 pm
Livingston Senior Community Center
Refreshments, arts & crafts, DJ...RSVPs required!
May 7, 2011 Essex County Police and Public Safety Expo at
the Livingston Mall
11:00 am – 4:00 pm
demonstrations and displays from local, county, state,
and federal agencies; child safety programs; and more.
This free event corresponds to National Police Week, May
9-15, which honors local police.
to the snow storm, there was no regularly scheduled pickup of
commingled recyclables in Zone 3 on Wed., January 12. Weather
permitting, commingled recyclables in Zone 3 will be picked up
on Saturday, January 15.