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Bloomfield’s quarterly taxes are due August 1 with interest charged after 10 calendar days
Township of Bloomfield

N.J. residents are eligible to receive $4k rebate from the state for buying or leasing eligible zero-emission cars priced at $55K or below, $250 for installing a home charging station in plan to 5x number of plug-in cars registered by 2025
Asbury Park Press

N.J. asks residents and businesses to moderate water consumption by reducing lawn watering, outdoor recreational water use, plant watering as dry, hot weather expected to persist through at least Aug. 6

N.J.’s monkeypox cases double in one week to 89 with close physical contact main driver of spread and residents advised to wash hands, avoid high-touch public spaces and those exhibiting symptoms including pimples, sores, rashes, fever, headaches, aches and exhaustion

Local News

Varitage Brewery’s Bloomfield Center opening delayed by sale of Avalon development to new landlord
TAPinto Bloomfield

Bloomfield’s Girl Scout Daisy Troop 20340 planted a pollinator garden of daisies, butterfly bushes, and lavender on township land to complete their Journey Badgework
Girl Scout Troop 20340

AB Marketing Group in Bloomfield is hiring a full time administrative assistant with applications accepted on their website
AB Marketing Group

Bloomfield restaurants Hot Bagels Abroad, Popolari, Anthony’s Cheesecake, Stamna Taverna, Holsten’s, and Binh Duong rank among favorites in New Jersey Monthly’s 39th annual readers choice poll
New Jersey Monthly

Bloomfield’s New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts hosting host free virtual adult intro to improv and acting classes Aug. 2
New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts

Newark residents receiving Section 8 rental vouchers will be able to use that money to help make mortgage payments instead under new program seeking to expand home ownership by city residents

Other News

N.J.’s new office of Statewide Affirmative Firearms Enforcement to sue firearms companies over gun deaths where firearms are used in violation of existing state laws, including new nuisance law requiring manufacturers, distributors to develop and implement supply chain safety plans