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Surprised on the roofing reclassification. Would have thought they would want to keep some type of inspection there. Clintons were seriously the most powerful and richest crime family this country has ever seen. Cosa Nostra look like pikers in comparison. March 19, at Blue Ribbon Teacher says: Beltway garbage wants to anoint presidents. The very late desperate? FISA court abuse makes me wonder what was really going on. I can think of a few distinct possibilities. The three renewals of the FISA warrant are what makes me think something really foul was afoot.
I think the Steele Dossier was almost a non-issue originally. She is just that crazy and vindictive. Comey seemed to be doing a lot of glad-handing with Trump while hiding true motives. I think he was just completely blind-sided by his own firing and then everything got even more reactionary. I wonder who Clinton would have as Attorney General? When I resided my house they just used it to increase my assessment and jack my taxes. Kind of like those ads featuring the Bronx congressman a few years back.
Opposition screamed they were rascist to try to suppress. Run in the hinterland battlegrounds. On the air and oil filter front from yesterday. I stopped messing with the oil filter when oil got more expensive and rebates much less frequent. In that case I shop around to get the best synthetic deal since those are terribly marked up. As for the lifetime alignment. Every time you hit a pothole, your alignment will be off. The poor alignment really only effects your tire wear adversely.
I rotate about every 7, since I do the winter to summer wheel changes so the wear will all balance out anyway. Plus, the pothole situation has reached the point where your alignments will never hold long anyhow. Bought one once for Old Reliable my old Civic. Now I buy whatever is free. Peter King said after making his case to the president Thursday. Administration officials said that New York and New Jersey officials must put up local and state money to match federal funding. It is getting released this week.
If he is to make good on his promise…he should be firing them at a faster pace. It will take months to recoup the cost of switching at that rate. Lib — I took the lifetime alignment differently. My impression was that anytime you hit a pothole, take it back in and get it aligned again for free.
Alignments, like tires, are a bit of a trade-off. The best handling alignment will start with a little extra negative camber at the front wheels, but will make your tires wear a little quicker on the inside. I have such a guy. His name was on the side and back of the car and he did my alignments for free before every race. He told me that one icy day during the Winter was all he needed to make money right through the Spring.
Alignment rigs, expensive as they are, only correct alignment as far as you can turn the camber, caster, and toe-in adjustment. Your best body shops either have a dedicated alignment guy, or better yet, send the work out to premier alignment guys. Lots of charts, chains, tensions, angles, calculations, and art are involved to pull a suspension back into range after even a minor collision. Sweeney said the plan is in response to the recently enacted federal tax reform plan in which corporations benefitted from a tax cut.
Yeah, I know the difference between the pros and the local Firestone when it comes to alignment. I agree, it takes a pretty large shot to majorly move the needle, but the minor ones add up. Especially around here in Essex County. Even the balancing sucks at Firestone. They are the real deal.
Only place to buy tires. Anyone can put them on your car, but get them balanced right or you are throwing your money away. I swear Firestone intentionally unbalances them so they wear quicker and you need to buy new ones sooner. I noticed that my Tire Rack tires have all outlasted the prorate.
This is an interesting battle between the Feds wanting to put a few bullets in their interest rate chamber not a bad thing versus Trump trying to juice the market through borrowing from federal debt.
My guess would be that your out of pocket spent on in-network contributes to your out-of-network maximums, but I have no sure clue as I never knowingly went out of network.
Of course, in corrupt NJ, the law to stop this trickery has still not passed. We really like rich surgeons campaign contributions here in the Garden State. Had a friend stack his house with CFLs 10 years ago. I lived in an apartment complex in West Windsor. The tenants from one particular building were always a problem and caused trouble on a weekly basis. Both ways I think. There are a lot of people who are too dumb to research how things work out there.
I sat down and did it with him online in 15 minutes and he felt like an idiot. Passing inspection has nothing to do with the quality of the work, nor does an approved permit provide any kind of warrantee.
Either way, Vito will not put down his coffee and cruller to go up that ladder and inspect the roof. Those code guys are the biggest jokes in the world. They offer nothing in value. And they are all ssholes. The local inspector was going to require us to put in an on-demand heater probably requiring another permit and visit.
I had to show him how to reset it. I also have a five foot section of wall on each side that needs to be removed to open it up more into the family room and that wall is was an outside wall so I guess it was a support wall. Does a steel beam go across if the both sides of wall are removed?
Price for all this? And what really gets my goat is that progressives feel every single government worker should be paid like they are giving up the potential to be a CEO by working where they chose to. The truth is, many of them and I am leaving teachers out of this were failures yet we are paying them all like they are mid managers or better. I support the police and the firemen and respect what they do. Just another example of the idiocy of the public worker. Want to see more? And guys like Pumps thinks they all deserve to retire after 20 years making K a year for 40 years with full cadillac health benefits for them and their partner.
I would like to ONCE, see one who can think. Makes u question what the teachers are preaching to our children, no? Politics have no place in the classroom. And what would have happened if a kid today decided not to participate and stayed in the library or cafeteria?
Be viewed as an outcast? Perhaps become a victim of bullying? The exact reason why politics should stay out of our K schools. Another great lesson is that not everyone has the same opinion and they need to learn to be respectful of each other. Also, protesting, walking out, etc. So no one should be persecuted for choosing not to participate. The younger the kid the less I think this is relevant, but high school kids should really have an understanding of the world around them and be able to speak up about issues that effect them directly.
Their solutions may not be the best but we should give them a voice. So I asked my daughter if she walked out of school today. Her response was that they had a moment of silence for the children lost, they wore the school colors for Parkland High and created a Kindness wall for ideas on being more kind to one another.
THAT is how you honor them. This was an organized political event. The majority of kids were told it was to honor the slain children in FL. Kids are good by nature and o I made this point in a discussion earlier.
Give it 6 mos and that kid in Florida, David Hogg, will be forgotten. CNN and everyone else will use him up as a poster boy for gun control until the next big thing happens and then cast him aside like a piece a trash. Where is the lesson there? You really need to ask if your support for a walk out was for gun control or school safety. People were posting there were 1, kids there of course those people wernt there they just heard, i was there and now way 1, kids you just spotted the engine behind this machine.
You are right…People are either ignorant or are eluding the fact that many of these kids were recruited to participate, by those with a political agenda. How is it that only a few made these observations? How is it that only a few have a problem with using children as political pawns?
Does this mean Google knows even more about where your cell phone is than your cell phone provider? Ask pharmacist if there is a cheaper alternative product, payment method or otherwise. The real way to drive down healthcare costs is to allow customers to do some shopping and decide for themselves if the more expensive or less expensive provider is right for them.
Beginning in the s until they started to be phased out in the s, these shafts, in long and […]. Actually it is a much longer eastern extension of St. Several blocks to the south, St. Brooklyn Crown Heights North. The Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel, opened in May and designed by Ole Singstad, remains the longest vehicular tunnel in the world after nearly 65 years in operation. Work got underway in , but World War II diverted raw materials and manpower to the war effort and the tunnel did not continue construction until Battery Park Brooklyn Manhattan.
Excuse the presence of the chain link fence in this shot, but the only way to shoot this increasingly-rare bracketed double Deskey still hanging in there on the Grand Central Parkway just south of the Long Island Expressway was through the fence on a pedestrian overpass. The Donald Deskey lamp, first introduced in , proved […]. I was stumbling around Canarsie, crazed from the degree heat in October, when I spotted a reminder of how technologies considered cutting-edge in their day seem comically out of time today.
The reason is simple. I never seem to be over there at a good time to get decent photos of it — there always see to be too many shadows. In the past decade we have lost remaining ones on 5th Avenue and W. For years I patronized the Waterfront Crabhouse in the rapidly changing Hunters Point, but now that it has closed after the death of owner Tony Mazzarella, I should say something about the hybrid Bishop Crook posts at the front entrance.
Both appear to be park poles with bishop crook masts affixed to the top. As I was staggering down Roosevelt Avenue in Corona the other day, crazy from the heat, I noticed a new variety of lamppost that has appeared, a davit-style, cylindrical post.
The light bulb at the end usually was covered by a silo-shaped orange plastic diffuser supplanting the […]. They were the counterparts to the Westy OV, which had a […]. Until about , the Manhattan entrance to the Manhattan Bridge was a graveyard, or depository, for several outmoded types of lampposts… bishop crooks, Type F posts, and post curved mast posts, likely around a dozen of them.
I arrived with the FNY camera a bit too late since most had been removed by the time […]. Hundreds of these reverse-crooked, simple posts containing a parallelogramatical 4-paned glass surface light the streets of Society Hill near downtown Philadelphia. Noticing that the glass luminaires on oil lamps found in London and Paris had to […]. For some reason, Roslyn has served as a repository for former lamp designs; […].
The Twinlamp, originally produced for use on 5th Avenue at the dawn of the electrified lamppost era in the s, originally had a different design the mast of one of those originals can still be seen at the NE corner of 5th Avenue and East 23rd Street at Madison Square.
Later, a modified design that […]. Bryant Park Midtown Manhattan. This post greatly resembles curbside NYC gaslamps in use in the late s and early s, at least from old photos and a couple of still-extant […]. This classic Type 24M Twin stood at the southwest corner of West 23rd and 5th Avenue for several decades, but sometime in the early s a truck plowed into it and that was that. The city installed a modern-design stoplight in its place. There are still two classic Twins at this intersection, an identical one […].
When this storage facility at West 10th Street between Washington and West Streets was torn down a couple of years ago, this Type G wall lamp went with it. All of those former stables have long been comverted into residences, and expensive […]. Several years ago, a couple of dozen electrically-powered gaslamps were installed along the block bounded by Poplar, Henry, Hicks and Old Fulton Streets in Brooklyn Heights.
A few have been removed, but most of them still burn brightly. This batch of gaslamps is largely a mystery— if someone knows the secret behind their origin, fill […]. Many Chinatowns around the USA make full use of local decor, even down to the directional signs and lampposts, and beginning in or so, NYC began to add its own Chinatown flavor in its lampposts. There really is something for everyone in this circa view courtesy Brooklyn Historical Society of Fort Hamilton Parkway looking east at 60th Street.
Old sign people will like the old-school soda fountain and restaurant signs on opposite corners. Architecture fans will […]. It was installed anywhere between and and has lost its luminaire; the chocolate-colored paint has completely flaked off the crook, showing […].
In the early days of the century, dozens of different lamppost designs appeared, but the […]. A group of these nonstandard lampposts once stood outside 17 State Street at Pearl Street, which is the immediately recognizable story building with the curved glass facade in lower Manhattan — a dramatic sight when approaching from the ferry.
I was preparing for Forgotten NY then, but […]. Bob Mulero What do I remember about my 6-month stint in at Lexigraphics, a textbook company at 5th Avenue, my first full time job out of school?
Well, it was preternaturally quiet over there. The boss was a bit of a taskmaster, but the owner, Irv Roberts, was a kindly sort — […]. Ladies' Mile Madison Square Manhattan. At first, only one corner per intersection got one, but later on, this was expanded to two.
The posts went through a […]. What a treat it was for the young webmaster in the Swinging Sixties, when a parent or parents and I would board an express train from Bay Ridge to travel into Manhattan.
This classic Twinlamp with its unusual German helmet spike finial and extra ornamentation at the joints holding the Bell luminaires once stood in the traffic triangle at Canal and West Streets until it was torn down in the s.
The final piece in the puzzle would be the construction of the […]. Both lamps were finally replaced with brilliant white LED lamps in the spring of It was designed by architect Peirce Anderson, working for Ernest Gorham and Associates, and built between and ; when constucted it was the largest office building in the world, […].
Originally, NYC fire alarms, introduced in the s, were indicated by lights mounted on shafts above the alarm itself. However, when cast and wrought iron streetlamps were introduced in on 5th Avenue and then spread all over the city, someone got the idea to mount the indicators on them. Special brackets were designed to […]. One Shots Signs Street Lamps. There are other posts of this type scattered around town, but these still have their s pendant and gumball-style luminaires.
A pair of lampposts at Seneca Avenue and Palmetto Street have masts that take unusual twists to get around the elevated train girders that support the M train, on the last portion of the Myrtle Avenue el still surviving. Well into the s, perhaps s, this pair of posts, catercorner to each other, supported incandescent […]. I was meeting someone in Yorkville a couple of weeks ago and I was a bit early, so I started shuffling about, and decided to investigate these massive edifices between 2nd and 3rd Avenue between East 90thnd Streets.
Never used extensively in NYC, these lamps were developed in the s as one of the first using mercury and emitting a greenish-white light. It hums quite noticeably when warming up in […]. Brooklyn East New York. The back alleys of Brooklyn Heights offer, or used to offer, a variety of strange street lighting options.
Light-emitting diode lamps LEDs , which emit a bright white light, have already appeared on several NYC expressways and parkways, and it appears that Northern Boulevard in Long Island City and Astoria will be the vanguard of LEDs as the gradual takeover from high pressure sodium lamps, which shine a bright yellow.
The city replaced all […]. Long Island City Queens Woodside. On the left is how it appeared in a catalog listing. By it had accumulated warning signals, a pair of spotlights and a triangle arrowhead expressway marker. It had lost its […]. What could it be? A large funerary urn from the classical age, perhaps? Actually it is the base of a unique lamppost, one of two ever […].
Cherry Street, which is named after a long lost cherry orchard, is one of the streets that run northeast in lower Manhattan, paralleling the East River up to Corlears Hook, where the river turns north.
In , when the […]. Lower East Side Manhattan. Until , New York had a brimming bounty of lamppost luminaires manufactured by several different companies, with lights dating all the way back to the s.
In , however, NYC did a massive purge and […]. It was sufficiently close to the sidewalk […]. It runs between Henry and Hicks Streets, but […]. I noticed this out of a train window years ago and Google Street View confirmed it.
This original design was used exclusively on 5th Avenue but then found its way to several other streets. In ensuing decades this design would largely be supplanted by a somewhat more streamlined design that still […]. Manhattan Upper East Side. Getting the job done at 2nd Avenue and East 87th Street in Yorkville, but not a bit more, is this bare-bones lamppost.
For the past few years, 2nd Avenue has been torn up for Second Avenue Subway construction, and the normal set of lampposts and stoplights have been replaced by temporaries — just basic pipes […]. This rather plain, prosaic 8-sided park lamppost is somewhat ubiquitous in some parks. Some are simple unadorned posts with two square luminaires at the top, while on corners, what is a cross-shaped post viewed from above it holds stoplights and […].
I read that the plan calls for LEDs, which shine a bright white light, to be installed on every NYC lamppost over the next few years despite the fact that the city replaced all NYC […]. Amazingly, the one and only object protected by the Landmarks Preservation Commission in Maspeth, Queens is this vintage Type F lamppost that illuminates a staircase connecting 65th Place and 64th Street at 53rd Avenue.
There are a great deal of relics to be found in Red Hook, including me when I am there, as well as rusting streetcars, waterfront bars, grain terminals and warehouses, and pictured here, classic metalworked wall lamps. These examples, which can be found on the Beard Street Warehouse as well as some of the buildings […]. In the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission did a survey of the remaining early 20th Century lampposts that were scattered around town. Anyone have an in with the LPC?
Unfortunately, there are plenty of landmarked posts that […]. Harlem Manhattan Turtle Bay. Late s blueprint of a new kind of lamppost, with a slotted shaft, L-shaped curved neck, and new mercury luminaire. The lamps were drawn by industrial designer Donald Deskey whose most famed account was the Radio City Music Hall interior. This bent-arm lamppost is one of a particular style designed for pedestrian overpasses, and likely first appeared in the late s, certainly the s. Of course, I have in my possession a manual depicting the over varieties of lampposts found on NYC streets before , when it was written.
Most of these lamppost varieties — which have a flair and a panache that none of the new varieties beginning to appear around town can approach — have gone […]. The city replaced them a couple of years ago […]. This is where all […]. Long Island City Queens. During the summer I checked on one of my favorite Bishop Crook posts in the city — one of the few remaining decades-old ones, that is.
Though they ruled the streets between and or so, between and they were largely replaced by modern 8-sided streamlined posts, until the city brought them […]. They once proliferated on NYC streets by the thousands: This was nearly the ends of the earth back then, the Ultima Thule, where limos with armed guards […]. They first gained purchase in NYC on the Whitestone Bridge when it opened in , hence their nickname, the Whitestones.
These posts were, in general, used on […]. The base is more ornamental and heavier than any other remaining Twin. West 30th in Chelsea. Otherwise sophisticated exterior building lamps somehow look cheapened and tawdry with those curlycue long-lasting fluorescents in them. Two prototypes of the slotted Donald Deskey lamppost were installed at Broadway and Murray Street on opposite corners near City Hall in Besides being the first appearance of this now-iconic NYC lamppost, this also marked the first appearance of the GE M luminaire, which burned greenish-white — a contrast to the warm yellow incandescents […].
There seems to be some strange stuff, lamppost and luminaire-wise, increasingly happening in Sunnyside, Queens. And then there was one. Only about of them remain — Bishop Crooks, Corvingtons, and Twinlamps from the period. Most of them were gradually purged away beginning in , when the first aluminum octagonal posts were erected, followed by […]. Street Lamps Tagged with: Well, I was eight years old.
What I do remember are impressions. The Beatles on transistor radios everywhere. The waffles and ice cream. I had an orange hat with a feather on it. By definition, a davit-style post is one in which the shaft curves out to […]. Although Bishop Crook lampposts have proliferated all over town again over the past couple of decades, there was a time, between about and , when they almost went extinct, except for a few survivors in downtown Manhattan. In it all changed when a flock of retro-Crooks, using the original molds now available from […].
At one time there was an unbroken string of these Twins in 2 different species, admittedly from Washington Square to Central Park. Now, just four remain. We lost this one recently. Temporary lampposts, used when a regular lamp has fallen over, been crashed into, or is under repair for whatever reason, consist of simple wooden conical bases in which the electric works are contained, and a simple pipe to hold the luminaire. Temporary posts of this type have neen used for nearly a century. Between and , 5th Avenue was lit by dozens of Twinlamps of two separate species, one designed in the s and another […].
When the Rouse Company remade the South Street Seaport area between , rehabilitating buildings, adding new buildings, and opening the tourist-friendly Pier 17 where I still get tuna and pasta for lunch every so often it attempted to add authenticity to the streets of the Seaport by adding a number of lampposts, unique to NYC, […]. The plant had always had species of oddball lampposts on its roads — this photo is from the s, and these posts, which resemble the ones […].
NYC first began to install new versions of the classic Bishop […]. Brooklyn East Flatbush Jamaica Queens. There were rumblings in the late s that the Williamsburg Bridge would have to be permanently closed, and […]. They are now the predominant, go-to lampposts of NYC and have supported a flock of different luminaires over the years. They have withstood all challengers to their prominence, from the Donald Deskey slot-shafted posts that appeared in the s to the L-shaped Downtown Alliance posts that […].
Since the Corvington Longarm Type 24M — and other old forms such as the bishop crook and Type F lights — were reintroduced to NYC streets beginning in the s, the Department of Transportation has granted them a great amount of flexibility, taking them where they never went before, such as producing twin versions of […].
This is the sole remaining original lamppost of the Tudor City project, developed on the east end of East 42nd Street in the late s and s by Fred F. French; it replaced the former gashouse and slaughterhouse district. The lamp bears great similarity to those in Forest Hills Gardens, which was built about a […]. In the midth Century, just when NYC was replacing its ornate cast iron and wrought iron posts with more sedate aluminum octagonal-shaped lampposts, Park Avenue got a set of posts all its own with a unique streamlined design featuring then-new greenish-white mercury lamps.
The slotted Donald Deskey lamppost was introduced on Broadway and Murray Street in , and by the early s they were being installed by the thousands on main avenues, side streets, parkways and expressways. The two slots on the shaft made it adaptable to hold fixtures like curved streetlamp masts, its most frequent use, but […].
A few of the buildings across the street might still be there, but […]. The Type F was used on side streets in a smaller version with less ornamentation, and could sometimes be used on north-south avenues like 7th though it was replaced by Twinlamps fairly […].
Forgotten Slices Street Lamps. Davit lampposts, which are a single curved mast instead of a shaft with a mast attached, are becoming the new black in New York City lampposts. Jamaica Avenue in during demolition of the Jamaica El. The train was rerouted in a subway under Archer Avenue in ; in true MTA fashion, the replacement line arrived 11 years late. However, one detail has eluded them. All castiron posts — Bishop Crooks, the Twins used on 5th Avenue, other main streets, and parkways — […].
The Twin, originally produced for use on 5th Avenue at the dawn of the electrified lamppost era in the s, originally had a different design the mast of one of those originals can still be seen at the NE corner of 5th Avenue and East 23rd Street at Madison Square. As a rule, when a wall bracket lamp was needed, the city turned to […]. In , a new streamlined lamppost — completely different than the ornate cast and wrought iron posts that then lit NYC streets, designed in the Beaux Arts era, — appeared on Broadway on Murray Street opposite City Hall.
It featured a stainless steel shaft with two slots, a curved mastarm, and a new luminaire […]. When modern octagonal-shafted poles, which are made of aluminum and are usually silver or gray-painted, first started appearing in NYC streets in , the mast of choice was curved with a single thinner bracket, as shown here. The Type 6 Bishops Crook was used on streets with narrow sidewalks and narrow widths; the bases were quite a bit thinner than standard.
There are about 3 complete or partial types of this post remaining in Manhattan. Historically, the area has been dominated by small local stores, but retains some chain stores including Starbucks , Dunkin Donuts , and ShopRite.
With the addition of Livingston Town Center, classified as mixed-use development , new restaurants have opened as well, adding to the large number of locally owned establishments. The second area is the Livingston Mall located at the south-western corner of the town.
The third shopping area begins the Route 10 shopping corridor that extends to East Hanover. It includes Rt 10 Farmer's Market. Many office parks are located along Eisenhower Parkway on the western side of the town. There are a few headquarters of major companies including former CIT Group corporate headquarters, Inteplast Group headquarters, The Briad Group headquarters, and customer service and support center of Verizon New Jersey.
There are varieties of other services in the town. The Westminster  — a four diamond luxury hotel — is located on the western side of the town. Saint Barnabas Medical Center — a bed hospital — is located in the southern side of the town near West Orange and Millburn. Livingston has many local artists in varied forms. Local artists have support from Livingston Arts Association which is an organization formed in to promote art in the community including large scale exhibitions, demonstrations, and workshops.
There are many studios at Riker Hill Art Park with more than 40 working artists in various media including pottery , fine metalwork , glass , jewelry , paintings , fine arts , sculpture and photography. The tournament was won by Andre Agassi in , earning him the seventh title in his career. There are more than acres 1. Additional 1, acres 7. There are many smaller parks and open space areas dedicated to recreation and sports, mostly centered around the town's public schools.
Livingston has an active open space trust fund that continues to acquire more lands for preservation and recreation. There were additional 2, acres Although a large portion of the complex is located within Roseland, but the county designated Livingston as the host community as the Riker Hill Art Park is the only functional and publicly accessible park at the present time.
The recreation department under the Senior, Youth and Leisure Services program offers many programs for residents ranging from pre-school courses, children games, crafts, and dance; to a dozen of youth and adult sports programs. Livingston has operated since within the Faulkner Act , formally known as the Optional Municipal Charter Law, under the Council-Manager form of municipal government.
Livingston's Township Council consists of five members, elected to four-year terms of office on a staggered basis, with either two or three seats coming up for election every other year. A Mayor and Deputy Mayor are selected by the Council from among its members at a reorganization meeting held after each election. Klein D, and Michael M. The Township Manager is Barry R. Harp — , Charles J. Tahaney — and Michele E. Bonin served for a single week in before resigning,   and Deputy Township Manager Russell A.
It consists of the following divisions: Bureaus include the Detective and Juvenile bureaus. Livingston is located in the 11th Congressional District  and is part of New Jersey's 27th state legislative district.
McKeon D, West Orange. Essex County is governed by a directly-elected County Executive , with legislative functions performed by the Board of Chosen Freeholders. Johnson D, at large; Newark ,  Lebby C.
Jones D, at large; Irvington ,  Leonard M. Stephens II D, As of March 23, , there were a total of 20, registered voters in Livingston, of which 7, There were 11 voters registered to other parties. In the presidential election , Democrat Hillary Clinton received In the gubernatorial election , Democrat Phil Murphy received Livingston was the home of one of New Jersey's most prominent political families, the Keans.
Robert Kean served in the U. House of Representatives from to , when he ran for U. Williams in , Livingston's Congressman became George M. Wallhauser , a Republican. In redistricting after the census, Livingston was moved into the district of Republican Congresswoman Florence P. After redistricting following the census, Livingston went into Congressman Peter Frelinghuysen Jr. He was the father of Livingston's current Congressman, Rodney P.
When Peter Frelinghuysen retired in , he was succeeded by Millicent Fenwick , who beat Tom Kean in a Republican primary by about 80 votes. After the census, Livingston was moved to Congressman Joseph G. Minish was defeated by Dean Gallo in and served until his death in Rodney Frelinghuysen took his seat.
The Census split the town between the 8th and 11th districts; as of the Census, the entire township is in the 11th district. The Livingston Public Schools serves students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. As of the school year, the district's nine schools had an enrollment of 5, students and Aquinas Academy is a private coeducational Roman Catholic school that serves students from preschool through eighth grade that operates under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark.
Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy is a private coeducational Jewish day school that serves preschool through eighth grade, while Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School is a four-year yeshiva high school for grades 9— Newark Academy is a private coeducational day school founded in , that serves grades 6—8 in its middle schools and 9—12 in the upper school. These structures were jointly registered in the National Register of Historic Places in , commonly known as the Old Force Homestead.
Ward-Force House was built as early as by Theophilus Ward. It was later purchased by Samuel Force for his son, Thomas Force. During the Revolutionary War , Thomas served as a patriot and was captured by the British. Thomas came back to live with his wife and children after the war and expanded the house. It was sold to the township in Condit Family Cook House was built as a stand-alone summer kitchen of a farm home near the current location of Livingston Mall. When the mall was built during the s, the cook house was donated to the township and was moved to the current location at the rear of Ward-Force House.
Dickinson House is located at 84 Dickinson Lane. It was once visited by U. President Theodore Roosevelt for a hunting trip. Washington Place Schoolhouse is located at Passaic Avenue. It was a school house that was built around Livingston is located The township had a total of The stations are about 5—7 miles away from most of Livingston, accessible by car or taxi.
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