Subscribe to the West Essex Tribune!
Just send an email to TribuneSubs@gmail.com, and include your name and address. We'll start your subscription, and the paper will come to your home on Thursdays in your regular mail delivery. We'll drop a bill in the mail to you (cost is $26/year in Livingston, please ask for other pricing). Simple as that!
The West Essex Tribune is now on Facebook!
Check us out:
Residents and staff members at the Cedar Street Commons senior housing complex gathered last week to celebrate the 104th birthday of resident Helen Wrubel. Seventy-five friends and neighbors attended a party given by Mrs. Wrubel herself.
The Tribune this week received confirmation that a second charge was filed April 22 against township manager Michele Meade.
Mayor Rudy Fernandez confirmed that a civilian present on-site during the Emergency Services Unit training exercise on April 19, Kelly Mollineaux, filed a charge of simple assault against Meade on April 22.
As reported in the Tribune's April 25 issue, a training exercise was conducted by the Livingston Police Department’s Emergency Services Unit (ESU) on…Continue
The Livingston Township Council, at its meeting on Monday, May 13, approved after final hearing the 2013 municipal budget. The $44.5 million municipal budget represents an increase of nearly six percent, due in large part to a steep rise in tax delinquencies, most notably that of the East Orange Water Commission (EOWC).
Township manager Michele Meade, as she did when the budget was introduced on April 8, reviewed the budget in detail.
She explained the municipal budget for 2013…
This year's Youth Appreciation Week will take place next week and many activities have been planned as part of the annual fun-filled event.
On Monday, May 20, the Adopt-A-Grandparent program, which provides an opportunity for youth volunteers to interact with senior citizens, will be held at Cedar Street Commons from 3 to 4 p.m.
As it has had to do for some years now, the township has once again authorized the tax collector to mail out estimated tax bills, as the county has not yet finalized its 2013 tax rate.
Because Essex County has not certified the General Tax Rate throughout the county for the year 2013, the Livingston tax collector will be unable to send out finalized tax bills on a timely basis.
To help the township meet its financial obligations and avoid unnecessary interest expenses, the…Continue
More than five miles of Route 10 West will be resurfaced from the Eisenhower Parkway/Northfield Road circle in Livingston to just east of Jefferson Road in Hanover, the state Department of Transportation (DOT) has announced.
The $2.8 million project will include the milling and resurfacing of westbound lanes on Route 10 with a new surface course of asphalt pavement from milepost 18.8 in Livingston through East Hanover to milepost 13.4 in Hanover. Upgraded roadway striping and…Continue
The Livingston Business Improvement District (BID) will hold a townwide "Inside & Out" Sidewalk Sale on Friday and Saturday, May 17 and 18. In total, 42 stores from all over Livingston will be participating with special offers throughout their stores.
The grand prize for the Sidewalk Sale give-away will be a $500 Visa gift card from Neil Greco Allstate. To enter the drawing, fill out the…Continue