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LEGAL NOTICE BLOOMFIELD CENTER FIRE DISTRICT SPECIAL MEETING

LEGAL NOTICE

BLOOMFIELD CENTER FIRE DISTRICT

SPECIAL MEETING

The eligible voters of the Bloomfield Center Fire District are hereby warned that a Special Meeting will be held remotely via Lifesize at 7:00 p.m. on September 8, 2020 in accordance with State of Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont’s Executive Order 7B to consider the following items:

  1. Allocation of up to $950,000 from the non-reoccurring account for the purchase of a new pumper truck and associated equipment

To join the meeting online, please use the following link:

https://call.lifesizecloud.com/5112561561

Passcode: 1234

 

To access this meeting via telephone, please call 1-(312) 584-2401 and follow the voice commands. The meeting extension is 5112561. The passcode is 1234.

The agenda for the meeting is posted on the Bloomfield Center Fire District website for public inspection, and will continue to be posted during and after the meeting.

 

Dated at Bloomfield, Connecticut, August 24, 2020

Jean Kitchens, Clerk

 
 

 

 

Hebrew Academy Honors First Responders with Lunch

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The students of the Hebrew Academy in Bloomfield on 53 Gabb Rd hosted a “First Responders Lunch” at Bloomfield Center Fire Dept for all the first responders in the town of Bloomfield.

Rabbi Eliot Feldman, Head of School, explained how it was a school assignment to give back to those who serve our community. Co-Presidents of the Academy’s Student Council, Nachi Loew and Tamar Schreiber, presented a plaque in appreciation of the services of the first responders.

The students planned the menu, shopped for the food, prepared and served the food for everyone.

It was a huge success and food was delicious. Also, there was an amazing cake made by Yosi Kosher Catering.

Those who attend were extremely appreciative for what the students did for our community. Deputy Fire Marshal Jim Simone, Captain James Colapinto and Assistant to the Chief Tony Laury “stated that is a great to be appreciated for what we do as a volunteer dept, it’s not often people take the time to thank us”.