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Bloomfield residents invited to submit artwork to the Hispanic Heritage Month art exhibit at the Bloomfield Civic Center under the theme “unidos para siempre” encouraging inclusiveness, equality, and understanding with up to three submissions per person to be sent by email by Aug. 20
Bloomfield Pulse

Bloomfield is collecting school supplies for students in grades PreK-8 to give away during township’s Aug. 28 Back to School Party at Felton Field with those interested in making donations advised to contact the human services department
Township of Bloomfield

Essex County will be under a heat advisory Aug. 4-5 with temperatures expected to be in the upper 90s, real feel above 100 with residents encouraged to reduce outdoor work or take frequent breaks, stay in a cool environment

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Bloomfield is hiring an electrical subcode official with a valid license required and applications accepted online
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield fire welcomes Morris County Fire Academy graduates Albin Okuniewicz, Claudia Astudillo, Leo Medrano, Liam Penberthy, Brian Lind, and Joseph McCarthy as probationary firefighters
Bloomfield Division of Public Safety

Bloomfield Steakhouse is hosting the Watchdog Blues Band performing blues music on the patio on Aug. 6
Bloomfield Steakhouse

Bloomfield High School athletes reminded to have physicians complete physicals if they wish to participate in 2022-2023 school year sports programs
Bloomfield Public Schools

Nutley teachers average salary ranks lowest among 10 Eastern Essex County municipalities at $67K with Bloomfield and Newark teachers’ average salary of $69K second lowest

Essex County’s Codey Arena in West Orange will be open as a cooling station until Aug. 5
Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr.

High tide floods of coastal North Jersey have doubled since 2000, on track to rise 7x by 2050 from 2021 levels due to sea level rise

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N.J. residents and organizations can register to participate in a virtual public meeting on Aug. 4 to share their opinion on how the state should spend its $1B remaining pandemic aid or send their suggestions by email