Most of Livingston should have had power restored, said Livingston Mayor Stephen Santola. PSE&G told the township that 99% of homes who lost power during Hurricane Sandy have been restored. JCP&L reportedly still have 1,200 homes without power.
The township is asking families not to trick or treat tonight. Trick or treating was moved to Monday night by Governor Chris Christie last week, however the township feels that the roads aren't ready for Halloween.
"Due to the continuing effects of the storm, we have asked that there be no trick or treating tonight," said Mayor Santola. "We still have debris on the roads and wires down. We just don't think it is a good idea."
No alternate date for trick or treating has been set.
Livingston schools are open and with power. Students are back to school this week and the calendar has been altered for students to go to school on Election Day.
Elections will go as planned in the township. All polling locations are open and with power. Residents are advised to go to their regular polling place.
Patch will continue to update this article when more updates become available.