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Southeastern Essex County is under a moderate drought status with temperatures expected to increase to the 90s again next week, residents and businesses advised to reduce water consumption

ICYMI: Bloomfield fall 2022 garbage pickup: no service on holidays, only plastic recycling codes 1, 2, and 5 accepted, bulk pickup on second garbage day of the week
Township of Bloomfield

ICYMI: Bloomfield residents can use the RecycleCoach app for calendar, updates on township garbage collection

ICYMI: Bloomfield announces fall 2022 recycling events: hazardous waste collection Oct. 1, shredding Oct. 8, electronics collection Oct. 15
Township of Bloomfield

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Aug. 3 Bloomfield Rent Leveling Board meeting to discuss vacancy decontrol applications for apartments at 11-15 Henry St., 88 Monroe Pl.
Township of Bloomfield

Anthony’s Cheesecake in Bloomfield is hosting a create your own cheesecake contest, giving away free samples on Jul. 30 to celebrate National Cheesecake Day
Community contribution from Citizens of Bloomfield

The Charles Seller Foundation and Talent Time Players will perform Seussical at Bloomfield High School Aug. 4-13
Bloomfield Pulse

Night Out for Safety and Liberation planned Aug. 2 at Montclair’s Glenfield Park to highlight alternatives to policing in public safety featuring music, art, food, dialogue
Montclair Beyond Policing

Bloomfield’s National Night Out police-sponsored event is Aug. 2 at Foley Field with free pizza, dunk-a-cop, carnival rides, and live music
Bloomfield Division of Public Safety

ICYMI: Bloomfield Little League is hosting Little League Night Out at the New Jersey Jackals game on Aug. 4 at Yogi Berra Stadium in Little Falls
Bloomfield Little League

Montclair Inn is hosting yard sale to benefit affordable housing for seniors on Jul. 30-31
The Montclair Inn

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ICYMI: 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. has added Bergen New Bridge Medical Center in Paramus to Newark, Camden, Jersey City, and Asbury Park monkeypox vaccination sites where residents at high-risk can receive vaccinations by appointment-only as N.Y. sees quarter of all cases in the U.S.