It is a quiet work week in Livingston. With the closed for spring break, there will be no board of education meeting this week.
No meetings are scheduled for the Livingston Township Council either, with only the planning board scheduled to meet on Tuesday, April 3 for a regular meeting at 8 p.m.
While there is only one item on the agenda for the planning board, it is a continuation of plans for a multi-family residential complex to be located on South Orange Avenue at the Millburn township border. The preliminary and final site plan were originally presented at the Feb. 21 planning board meeting. To view the resolution, click on the attached pdf.
While Livingston schools are not in session, Superintendent Dr. Brad Draeger will still be busy. He is the scheduled speaker at the next lecture series. Draeger will discuss school budgets, a topic he's quite familiar with since the board recently approved the $104 million at their last meeting on March 26. Draeger is scheduled to speak on Tuesday, April 3 at 10:30 a.m. at the
Draeger will not be the only official discussing a budget planning this week. On April 5 Township Manager Michele Meade and Chief Financial Officer William Nadolny will explain the municipal budget process. The lecture, "Making 'Cents' of Municipal Financing" will also take place at the Senior Community Center at 204 Hillside Ave. on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. On March 26 thewas introduced at the township council meeting. To learn more about the upcoming lecture, click here.
With many children off from school this week, the will host a special showing of the Academy Award winning film Hugo this week. The film, directed by Martin Scorcese, depicts the adventures of a 12-year old boy living in the Paris railroad station. The library will host two viewings of the film, on Wednesday, April 4 at 1:30 p.m. and again at 7:00 p.m.
While students are enjoying their spring break, it is never too early to begin planning for summer. Auditions will be held all week for partial scholarships to the summer program.
To schedule an audition, please call (973) 868-6259.
Friday, April 6 is both Good Friday and marks the beginning of Passover at sunset. Many local churches have . This is also the last Friday for the Livingston Knights of Columbus . Held every Friday night during Lent, the group offers fish and chip dinners for $12 for anyone 16 or older. The cost for children ages 6-15 is $6, while children under age 6 are free. For more information, please call (973) 533-9791 or email Carmine Iacullo, the Grand Knight at email@example.com.