Week Ahead: Council Meets Monday, Board of Ed. Convenes Tuesday
Check out what's happening this week in Bloomfield.
The Bloomfield Township Council will convene for a conference meeting at 7 p.m. in room 205 of the Law Enforcement Building, at 1 Municipal Plaza.
The administrator will offer a resolution for the establishment of a written agreement between the Bloomfield Fire Department and the Clifton Fire Department to provide mutual aid when required.
The council will also discuss a new procedure for tenants and home buyers, barbershops and nail salon business hours, and the township's recycling contract, among other things.
The full agenda can be found by clicking here.
The Bloomfield Board of Education will convene Tuesday for a regularly scheduled meeting starting at 7:30 p.m. in the district's administration building, at 155 Broad St.
On the agenda will be various presentations, including those for Essex County coaches of the year, the Whitehall demographic study, and the Foley Field Revitalization Committee.
Superintendent Jason Bing will discuss the district's technology goals in his report.
The full upcoming agenda can be read by clicking here.
Essex County officials will be discussing results of the recently completed Deer Management Program on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at a press conference in West Orange. Patch will be there.
The program, which recently completed its sixth year on Feb. 7, began Jan. 22 and was culled back by county officials when Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo Jr. announced the program on Jan. 15.
The program took place in the Essex County South Mountain Reservation, the Hilltop Reservation and the old Essex County Hospital Center complex. It did not include the Eagle Rock Reservation this year.