On Monday, the Bloomfield’s Township Council holds a conference meeting at 7 p.m. at the Mayor’s conference room on the second floor of the Law Enforcement building.
In addition, Councilman Michael Venezia is urging officials to scrutinize financial the agreement the township has with the owners of property at 221-225 Belleville Ave., the former site of the National Starch & Chemical Company factory. At a previous meeting, Venezia said the property owners were found guilty of wrong doings on a property they own in Montville, warranting further investigation of the Bloomfield property.
Also, according to the agenda, the meeting will include further discussion on the status of the pit bull Memphis. In addition, Councilman Nicholas Joanow is leading a discussion on nuisance properties.
The Bloomfield School Board meets on Tuesday night at the Administration building. The Board is scheduled to discuss their Superintendent search in executive session.
The Bloomfield Planning Board is scheduled to meet on Tuesday night. The meeting agenda indicates there is no new or old business for the board to consider.
Bloomfield's annual 9/11 memorial service is at 6 p.m. on Wednesday at the Town Green.
Greener Bloomfield organizers are re-launching the organizations with aims towards getting Bloomfield re-certified by Sustainable Jersey and other purposes. They invite the public to their meeting at 8 p.m. on Wednesday at the Conference Room on the second floor of the Public Safety building.
The Zoning Board meets on Thursday, and is considering two minor actions.
On Sunday, the Final Event of the Bloomfield Bicentennial Committee will take place at 2 p.m. at the Oakeside Bloomfield Cultural Center. A time capsule containing memorabilia collected throughout the year long event will be interred in the newly refurbished Rose Garden.