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The Township of Bloomfield is pleased to welcome Jill Dombrowski to the role of Director of Cultural Preservation to managing two historic properties, the Oakeside Mansion and the Collins House. Dombrowski comes to the role with over 15 years of experience in Arts & Cultural Programming. Her success with community engagement and operations management will allow the Township to explore the uses of these spaces and expand access to meaningful artistic and cultural opportunities.
“Bloomfield has a rich history along with incredible properties that we are committed to preserving for current and future generations to enjoy,” said Mayor Venezia. “It was critical to the Council and myself that we have someone with strong experience in the arts that could help us grow the cultural footprint of our town which is why we hired Jill Dombrowski.”
“I’m thrilled by the possibilities that this position presents, said Jill Dombrowski. “I am looking forward to playing a meaningful role in the cultural fabric of Bloomfield – its history, its present and its future.”
The Township is committed to making these spaces more accessible to the community and enhancing residents’ experience with the arts.