Sept 2: BLOOMFEST!


A Community Picnic Featuring The Beagle Brothers

(Rescheduled from July 22nd)

Join your neighbors for a “block party” style community picnic that celebrates Bloomfield! We’re taking it back to the basics with a stripped down, family-friendly, potluck to meet and celebrate the neighbors and business owners that make Bloomfield an amazing place to live.

Bring your friends, kids, a side dish and a suggested donation ($5 per person,

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Bloomfield Community Picnic 7/22

Join your neighbors from 3-6pm on Satruday, July 22, for a community event that celebrates Bloomfield! We’re taking it back to the basics with a stripped down, family-friendly, potluck-style picnic to meet and celebrate the neighbors and business owners that make Bloomfield an amazing place to live. 
 
Bring a side dish to share and enjoy great music from Bloomfield’s own Beagle Brothers. Main dishes, water, and sodas will be provided (including vegetarian friendly options).  » Read more about: Bloomfield Community Picnic 7/22  »

614 Edmond Street 2-Unit Residence Planned

On Thursday, June 15, representatives for the 614 Edmond Street LLC (the developer) will present their plans to the community for a new 2-unit residence with two parking spaces in the rear. The development requires two zoning variances for which they will go before the zoning board on June 29, 2017 at 9am. the variances are for the number of stories (4 requested, 3 allowed), and reduced setback from 3 feet to 1.5 feet on either side of the parking pad.

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4520 Penn Hotel Developer Changes Design

On March 23rd, BDC hosted a public meeting between the community and the hotel developer at the Irma Freeman Center to learn about a new hotel being proposed for 4520 Penn Avenue, currently the site of a doctor’s office and parking lots. Michael Kratsas, the hotel development representative, presented plans for a 4 story, 112 room hotel. This is the third community meeting hosted by BDC on the hotel. About 15 people attended the meeting.

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