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Bloomfield Recreation has opened registration for its Spring programs with financial assistance available, free trials for select classes week of Apr. 11
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Bloomfield Mayor Michael Venezia, 3rd Ward Councilwoman Sarah Cruz to host virtual community meeting Mar. 23 on Zoom
Township of Bloomfield

New residents and those from diverse backgrounds missing from planning boards in N.J., where volunteers receive five hours of training to oversee land use in their community

ICYMI: Bloomfield’s planning and zoning boards have open seat for residents to volunteer to oversee property and neighborhood development
Community contribution Bloomfield Pulse

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Bloomfield Fire Department’s new Truck 1 is a 100-foot ladder truck replacing a 1996 model
Bloomfield Public Safety

Bloomfield Animal Shelter has a one-year old male dog available for adoption after he was found alone in a dog park
Bloomfield Animal Shelter

Mar. 22 Bloomfield Planning Board meeting to discuss increase to cannabis retail licenses in township, hiring for review of redevelopment plan for Sacred Heart School site
Township of Bloomfield

Big Bill’s Corner Café is hosting a fundraiser for Franklin HSA Mar. 22
Franklin Home and School Association

Bloomfield library is hosting a virtual conversation on women who’ve made a difference in our community’s life for Women’s History Month on Mar. 23
Bloomfield Public Library

Aging in Montclair will host a virtual discussion on the history of desegregation cases in New Jersey and their impact on education on Mar. 24 with preregistration required

The Adult School, a South Orange-Maplewood-based adult learning program, is hosting a lecture on interrupting bias and microaggressions at the Columbia High School library on Mar. 24
The Village Green

Watchung Booksellers will host Petia Morozov and Lune Ames, co-founders of Dense Magazine, to discuss design in everyday life on Mar. 24

Other News

N.J. study on environmental impact of offshore wind projects will collect baseline data to measure ecological changes from wind farms
Associated Press

NYC transportation officials plan to launch tolls for cars and trucks traveling south of 60th Street in Manhattan by end of 2023 pending federal approval later this year