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Livingston South Church Street Upgrades Delayed By Supply Chain

Upgrades to Livingston’s South Church Street area delayed because of supply chain issues. Downtown Redevelopment Commission Chair Gene Gantt said the project will not begin until January. The project will include burying the utility lines in the area. Gantt said transformers and vaults needed will not be available until December. “They were back-ordered to that point,” Gantt said. “So there ... Read More »

Livingston Applying For Grant Money To Move Forward With Industrial Site

Livingston currently preparing a grant application to begin a due diligence study and the design of a 100-thousand square foot industrial pad. Downtown Redevelopment Commission Chair Gene Gantt said that the land would be used to recruit new industry. The pad will be built in Livingston’s city industrial park on the edge of the city limits. “A lot of times ... Read More »

Livingston Summerfest Will Be Livingston’s Largest Concert

Livingston Summerfest Concert will feature local wineries and craft beer samples in addition to live music. The 21 and up event is Livingston’s first ticketed concert and will feature Stacy Mitchart [Mitch-heart], Janelle Arthur, and Legacy. Main Street Livingston Chair Gene Gantt said the August 12 event is the largest concert they have promoted. “The beer or the wine, that’s ... Read More »

Church Street Stakeholders Excited For Livingston Street Improvements

Livingston residents and business owners looking forward to the $1.5 million street improvement project coming to Church Street. That is according to Downtown Revitalization Committee Chair Gene Gantt. Gantt said some 25 people attended an informational session over the project last week where the city encouraged feedback. “We wanted to make everybody’s aware of what the plans were, because of ... Read More »

Livingston Applying For Grant Funds For ADA Compliant Sidewalks

Livingston applying for grant funds to continue sidewalk improvements in the downtown area. Downtown Revitalization Chair Gene Gantt said if awarded, walkways and drainage on connecting roads between Church and Spring Street would be updated. “We’re known as one of the best walking towns anywhere around, so we want people to get out and enjoy the city and walk it ... Read More »