Week In Review: More Development Could Be Slated This Year, Census Numbers To Be Challenged and More
Here's a rundown of the top stories this week!
The new census population numbers for Bloomfield just don’t add up.
Mayor Raymond McCarthy believes the 2010 census underestimated Bloomfield’s population, which could ultimately deny the township from applying for additional federal and state grants. On Monday, he said the township will look into challenging the findings.
The Bloomfield Council will look curb commercial vehicle parking next week.
Two Bloomfield Avenue gas stations were held up at gunpoint within minutes of each other before daylight Friday morning, according to Bloomfield Police.
The following was written by former Board of Education member Joseph Lopez.
School Board President Mary Shaughnessy stated in regards to the 2011-2012 zero percent tax increase that, "It's kind of left our budget in tatters."
It is important to remind our Bloomfield residents that Shaughnessy has forgotten that she is on the record voting "yes" for that budget. So, Shaughnessy can bury her head in the sand so as not to assume any responsibility, but she can't hide.
In this installment of Visions for Vacancies, the Bloomfield Patch asks: what do you think should move into 50 Broad St., the former Annie Sez department store.
Bloomfield College's new development will include a Barnes & Noble bookstore, Starbucks and dorm rooms, reports Bloomfield Life.