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Apr. 11 Bloomfield town council meeting: Venezia promises meeting on updating short-term rental ban, waste pickup contract consideration pushed back following resident complaints, new hours, volume sits set for outdoor restaurants
TAPinto Bloomfield

Mayor Michael Venezia, councilpeople-at-large Richard Rockwell, Wartyna Davis, Ted Gamble to run unopposed for second time in the November 2022 election
TAPinto Bloomfield

ICYMI: Bloomfield residents who have not yet updated their water meters have until June. 1 to avoid fees with replacements offered for free by the township
Bloomfield Pulse

CDC extends face mask requirement for public transit until May 3 as Omicron subvariant BA.2 drives 25% increase in new cases across the U.S. in last two weeks

Local News

One lane of Bloomfield Ave Eastbound will be closed from LaFrance Ave to Grove St until around Apr. 21
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield Animal Shelter seeks donations of wet cat food with donation drop-off and online purchase options available
Bloomfield Animal Shelter

Bloomfield resident diagnosed with rare kidney disease is searching for a live kidney donor
National Kidney Registry

Bloomfield Cruisers classic car club is has opened registration for its 2022 membership
Bloomfield Cruisers

Bloomfield library added extra sessions to their story time programing with events Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 and 11:30 AM and bilingual story time Saturdays at 11 AM with preregistration required
Bloomfield Public Library

Toni’s Kitchen food pantry in Montclair is in need of toilet paper and full size toiletries
Toni’s Kitchen

Human Needs Food Pantry in Montclair is hiring a part-time social media coordinator with applications accepted via email
Human Needs Food Pantry

Montclair Inn has a collection been out for their April 2022 Soup for Seniors drive
Community contribution Bloomfield Pulse

East Orange is hosting a Leap Into Spring egg hunt for children at Elmwood Park on Apr. 16 with food, music, and a petting zoo
City of East Orange

Other News

Medicare enrollees can get up to eight free COVID home test kits more than a dozen pharmacies including CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, and Stop & Shop
USA Today

N.J. attorney general opens portal for prosecutors to report what police seize from people in first step toward creating public database after 2020 law mandates public disclosure
New Jersey Monitor

Women hold 30% of local elected office in N.J. despite making up more than half the population with state ranked 30th for women’s representation in local government in U.S.