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Sep. 12 Bloomfield Town Council Meeting: town-wide garage sale committee planned, council to seek more events at Oakeside Cultural Center, mailbox beautification recommended by Councilwoman Davis\
TAPinto Bloomfield

N.J. renters and homeowners making up to $150K and $250K annually can apply by Dec. 30 for property tax rebates of up to $700 through state’s 2023 ANCHOR tax relief program
N.J. Division of Taxation

N.J. voter registration deadline for 2022 general election is Oct. 18
N.J. Department of State

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Sep. 22 Bloomfield Zoning Board meeting to continue discussion of approvals for 251 Hoover Ave. four-story multi-family, two-story addition to garage behind 401 Franklin St.
Township of Bloomfield

Bloomfield crafting group is hosting a free pressed flower lantern workshop at the Civic Center on Sep. 21 with preregistration required
Bloomfield Craft Group

Franklin HSA will have its first meeting of the 2022-2023 school year on Sep. 21 at the Franklin Elementary School gym through the entrance on Curtis St.
Franklin Home and School Association

Bloomfield police marks start of 2022 school season with “Cops in Crosswalks” operation that will see undercover officers stand in crosswalks to pull over, ticket drivers who do not stop for pedestrians
Bloomfield Division of Public Safety

Music Parents Association of Bloomfield High School is seeking food vendor donations to be sold at the concession stand at the 39th Annual Marching Band Festival on Oct. 1
Community contribution from Citizens of Bloomfield

Registration is open online for Berkley HSA’s 2022-2023 basketball teams for grades 4-6 with virtual introductory meeting planned Sep. 20
Berkeley Home and School Association

Registration is open for the Bloomfield-based New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts’ teen acting, improv, musical theater, and acting for film and TV classes with classes running from Sep. 24 to Nov. 26
New Jersey School of Dramatic Arts

Clara Maass Medical Center to host in-person community meeting Sep. 22 with president set to discuss hospital’s future plans, virtual attendance available
RWJBarnabas Health

Other News


Nearly 300K N.J. Uber drivers will receive payments from $100M paid to state by company over findings of improper employee classification leading to missed unemployment, disability, family leave benefits for workers
New Jersey Patch

N.J. saw life expectancy decline from 80 to 77 in 2020 due to pandemic alongside nationwide declines, largest mortality spike in U.S. in 100 years
New Jersey Patch