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May 23 Bloomfield Town Council meeting to introduce short term rental ordinance and parking updates, discuss DPW Local 68 contract, sanitary sewer repair at Bay Ave. and Broad St.
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield residents with flood damaged properties are able to apply for the state Blue Acres Program which buys flood-damaged or flood prone homes at market prices for demolition to turn land into open space
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield seeks students entering grades 7-9 for municipal youth internship program taking place July 11-23 with applications first-come, first-serve, due June 3
Township of Bloomfield

N.J. reported 5,103 new confirmed COVID cases May 20, likely undercount, as 10 counties considered “high” risk for transmission

Local News

Bloomfield police is participating in a nationwide seatbelt “Click it or Ticket” campaign May 23 to June 5
Bloomfield Public Safety

Bloomfield Girl Scout Troop 20340 is collecting gently used and new stuffed animal dogs and cats for hospice patients with drop off boxes located at Bloomfield’s Shooting Stars Dance Center and NJ Fitness Factory through June 18
Girl Scout Troop 20340

Bloomfield High School female varsity wrestler Gianna Faura is fundraising to attend national championship in North Dakota

Bloomfield Beautification Committee planted an experimental wildflower garden on Ampere Parkway
Councilwoman Jenny Mundell

Bloomfield High School Class of 1962 is having its 60th class reunion at The Chandelier in Belleville on Sep. 24 with class of 1960 and 1961 graduates welcome
Community contribution from Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield Middle School’s grade 8 farewell dance will be June 10 at the middle school gym
Bloomfield Public Schools

Mountainside Medical Center in Glen Ridge is hosting a job fair on May 22 and for various positions, potential sign-on bonus of $10k for experienced registered nurses
Mountainside Medical Center

University of Orange’s Music Festival rain date is May 21 with performances planned outside Benji’s Taqueria, Inner City Café, and Sarrah’s Café Trinbago
University of Orange

Hawthorne Avenue Farm and Rabbit Hole Farm in Newark will be hosting classes on urban gardening and farming, herbs and indigenous healing practices on May 21-22
Down Bottom Farms Newark

Essex County will host a paper shredding and used tire recycling collection in Cedar Grove on June 4
Essex County

Mental Health Association of Montclair is hosting a free Textiles and Storytelling event May 23 with art therapist Ashley Moretto with in-person and virtual options for attendance
Mental Health Association

Other News

New Jersey Renaissance Faire returns for 13th season to Liberty Lake in Bordentown May 28-29, June 4-5
TAPinto Nutley

Gov. Murphy will seek legislative approval to license police officers, joining 46 other states in requiring psychological assessments and professional development, prohibiting public endorsements of discrimination or governmental overthrow
New Jersey Monitor

Gov. Murphy appointed 28 public members to the N.J. Asian American and Pacific Islander Commission to develop policies to address the social and economic needs of the growing AAPI communities