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Latest Activity: Jun 13, 2012

I called the Livingston Department of Public Works, to report SNOW PLOW RELATED DAMAGE. UPDATE, Repaving scheduled for 2013


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Comment by Kenneth Bosland on June 13, 2012 at 5:19pm
UPDATE,  Good News- Email from town,   "With regard to West McClellan Avenue, we anticipate curb construction starting in the Fall with paving sometime in the Spring of 2013. If you have any further questions, please let me know."
Office of the Livingston Township Manager

Comment by Kenneth Bosland on December 27, 2010 at 5:00pm

Be sure to clear the snow from around any Hydrant near your home.

Even if it’s in front of your neighbor’s house, if the Hydrant’s blocked unblock it.

 Be sure to do this early, before the snow becomes ice.


Comment by Kenneth Bosland on December 13, 2010 at 2:21pm


FYI, to submit a request to the township for needed repairs, go to their website . Click on Service Request then click on the second bullet down and register the Email address you want them to use to contact you, Also they need your name, address and phone number, then you can tell them what's wrong.

Within minutes I got a reply with a ID number for tracking purposes.


Comment by Kenneth Bosland on December 13, 2010 at 2:05pm


Today 12/13/2010  I used the online process to submit a SERVICE REQUEST to the township for repair work. I'll post the results as they come in.

I suggested in the service request that the township also use this internet forum to not only respond to postings but to inform the members and lurkers of this group, of any information they wish to share on the subject of street repair.  

Comment by Kenneth Bosland on August 30, 2010 at 2:05pm
So, here it is almost 6 months later and the snow plow damage has not
been touched. It doesn’t make sense for me to repair the damage to
the walkway pavers before the curb is repaired. I would not be surprised
that next year, I’m still waiting to see any repairs made to the curb.
We will see!
Comment by Kenneth Bosland on March 13, 2010 at 9:31am
I called the Livingston Department of Public Works, to report SNOW PLOW RELATED DAMAGE to the curb on W. Mc Clellan Ave , in front of numbers 48,53,71,76,80,85 and 94. Lets see how long it takes to reset the blocks.
I saw the same kind of damage on Clifside but I did not stop to take a photo.
Comment by Kenneth Bosland on August 27, 2009 at 5:57pm
. I saw in today’s Tribune that the town is going to repave W. Mc Clellan Ave.
at the rate of what looks like 2 or 3 houses at a time. Where is the logic in that??
Is this a political thing to make it look like every area of town is receiving some
road improvement? I assume that it looks more impressive to have a list of road improvements with many names on it than just one or two completely done.
Comment by Kenneth Bosland on July 14, 2009 at 7:01pm
My vote is for West Mc Clellan Ave. Which is very bumpy and develops
pot holes that the town must revisit many times. In the past 35 years the
road, except for about 200 feet, has not been repaved. From time to time
the street is covered with tar and gravel is spread over the tar base. This of course becomes a gooey mess in the summer, great for tracking tar on the
rugs in your house and on the floor mats of your car.

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