Monday, May 16, 2016

The Jackson we know

  Forget the online rhetoric, resident writes what she sees on the ground. (Article in The Lakewood Shopper. )




14 comments:

  1. Hershel HerskowitzMay 16, 2016 at 1:59 PM

    Finally the real truth comes out. People are generally good all over. But when money hungry Realtors overstep their boundaries and cause problems, our mayor comes to their defense by screaming that an entire town is anti semitic. Where was he when Nazi girl was tweeting to blow up Jews? Why didn't he demand an apology? Why didn't he ask for a school assembly about the Holocaust? Why didn't he demand some form of punishment? Because there was no money involved for his friends. Once money enters the picture, antisemitism becomes the go to accusation.
    Jackson wants good neighbors, no matter who they are. They just don't want to see their rural town turned into the nightmare that lakewood has become. I hope they protect their zoning and planning boards from being taken over by selfish, uncaring people that don't make the interests of the taxpayers and residents a priority. And I also hope that they continue to welcome those moving to Jackson looking for a peaceful neighborhood to raise their beautiful young families without worrying about 150 townhouses being built next door.

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  2. Shkoyach R' Herschel for your perspective that nobody asked for.

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  3. Spot on Reb Hershel, a true askan who stuck his neck out for the klal. It's unfortunate but money always rules.

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  4. Shkoyach R' Hershel for a perspective which anybody with an ounce of seichel agrees with. Unless you happen to be part of the proteksia.

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  5. Agree 100% with Hershel.

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  6. Still broigas after all

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  7. Where and when was this article published? I like it and agree with it.

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  8. and hershel is agreeing with something written in the shopper!!!!

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  9. On what street is there a heimish crowd in "Brookwood "area. Also is there a shul yet?

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  10. welcome to the generation of corruption & dishonesty.... ki malei haaretz chamas.... how close are we getting R"L TO the corruption of the people in the days of the Mabul.... its tragic & sad that ... have reached such a low...

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  11. Beautiful article
    Well written
    I love it here in Jackson
    So far everyone here has been kind courteous and friendly
    App is out for blood , but in actuality no blood here

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    1. If you want blood you don't need the APP - just go to Westgate!

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  12. Hh. We know your respone to any article. Miller is corrupt blah blah blah. Please try not to he so bitter.

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    1. Why not? Is corruption a good thing in your opinion? You should be bitter as well that we're all being ripped off by a few in power.

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