Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Video: Planning Board Lakewood NJ 06 14 16


First Amendment activist
 PUBLIC HEARING

1. SP 2185AA Shabsi Brody
 30 Gudz Road Block 11.30, Lot 13
 Change of Use/Site Plan Exemption to convert an existing house to a school
 2. SP 2170 Ketan Mehta
 Route 70 Block 1160.01, Lot 256.02
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a hotel 

29 comments:

  1. There he is again westgate lawyer hired to stop another project

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  2. There are no opposing lawyers, am I missing something?!

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    1. Isnt he opposing the planned hotel by asking to take the application back to zoning?

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    2. What does that have to do with west gate? He's not representing west gate???

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    3. He is currently hired and representing westgate vaad members to stop a shul. At a time when all shuls in westgate are bursting at the seams and children have no place to daven the maffia continues in this terrible avlah of stopping other shuls from expanding or opening. BTW the members and those opposing shuls who are all taken care of, they all have seats for themselves and their children, their wives all get early appointments at the westgate mikva while other woman first go at 1 am.

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    4. Who is the rabbinic board of the westgate mikva and the wetgate vaad? Do they approve all that is going on in westgate? Are they ok with these mikva perks? are they on with preventing other shuls?

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    5. The Rabbonim have said they are not aware of the mikva perk. It was enacted by the westgate mob to have power while the rest of the residents are beholden to their control.

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    6. A friend of mine complained to Rabbi Zimbal about the late mikva appointments he suggested to pay membership which he will than get the perk to make early appointments by calling 3 days in advance.

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  4. Can I get the mikvah perk if I pay membership to danny's shul?

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  5. Just to clarify . The mikva perk of getting an appointment 3 days in advance is for anyone who wants. It does not make a difference which shul you are affiliated with. The membership fee is a one time fee of $500 .

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    1. Oh why was this perk never offered to members in other shuls in westgate?
      why is it kept a secret? why was it never offered to ladies who gave more than $500 to the yearly Ohel blima tzedaka auctions?
      Why was Rabbi Forcheimer supposedly shocked when he was told of this perk??
      Why is it offered as a perk when paying membership at BM of westgate?

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    2. Ignorance Is Bliss!
      Every home buyer and anyone who rented from Westgate, was forced to pay for the mikvah, as an added fee to the contract. These residents were never upgraded to priority membership. Non residents of Westgate who happen to pay annual membership to Rupshitz shtiebel will get the priority mikvah membership even though they never paid a dime towards the building fund.
      It's called gezeilas Harabbim.
      But then again this would be from the smallest of their sins.

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    3. I bought in Westgate years ago and it was not part of any contract

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    4. Well anonymous bloggers are generally not bothered by the facts

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  6. It's time the Rabbonim who were so concerned with the mikva that they stopped a shul from expanding, to take control of the actual mikva. The perks must End. A public mikva should not have special treatment for some while others are left out. full accountability with financial should be taken by a board appointed by outsiders with no personal interests.

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  7. While we're at it masiach should come too.

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  8. How much extra for access to the videos

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  9. Depends where you daven and if you're part of the maffia

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  10. Most of westgate has no clue who the vaad is and quite frankly could care less. It has outgrown the dimyon in some ppls head they they control westgate. its hard to call it a development when its a city and a tenth of Lakewood. The olam is as diverse as they come yet the maffia in its lust for poer money and control will continue its mission to try and control shuls, mikvaos, shalom bayis, tzedakos and things of daily life While chilul shabbos is a major problem totally ignored, homes broken up by ammetures with no experience resulting in living yesomim. Safty concerns ignored but only enforced upon others as means of retribution.

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  11. Problem is although the development has outgrown the notion that it can be governed/bullied by a small mob, unfortunately the mobsters haven't outgrown the notion and are still desperate to control.

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  12. Was there as a guest for shavuos I checked out the shuls they are all packed to the rafters. On second day yomtov a father offered his sons seat for me to sit in and the kid sat in his fathers seat while the father stood behind. It makes no sense why the shuls cant expand why there is even the slightest opposition.
    simple achzariyus imho.

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  13. We were here first when Westgate was starting out. We had one kehilla and based on daas torah we were advised to have one rav and one shul. Those who moved in afterwards have no right to complain or make demands. Don't move to Westgate if you don't plan to shell tzoo. There was an elected vaad by all residents at the time. The future was decided back then. If you don't like it move elsewhere and start your own kehilla.

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    1. "all residents" SOME people see themselves as everybody and simply can not see beyond that.
      Either way this plan clearly turned out to be a disaster of the highest proportions. What was claimed to be a plan for achdus has turned out to be the cause of the longest ongoing machlokes in lakewoods history.

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  14. I'm sure the other shuls were also opened al Pi Daas Torah, and, no Rov worthy of his semicha would tell you that he approves of the bullying, Maffia style achzariyus that is going on. Please stop using torah and Kedusha and leshaim shomayim as a smokescreen for something thats totally WRONG

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  15. Why has there been no elections since? Can we have names of all the Westgate vaad members? They are doing a very bad job taking care of the responsibilities. What are they doing to ensure there is enough seats and shuls for all of Westgate? what are they doing making sure all women get equal appointments at the mikva what are they doing about the open leech fields with no gate. The westgate mayor was very on top of it by the other shul. why are vaad members who moved out of Westgate still on and not replaced? Why does the vaad let outsiders hog full tables in shul while current residents have no seats. Does the vaad have rabbonim on board?

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  16. Daas Torah was asked?
    are you kidding? some clowns decided to ask their Rosh Yeshiva, and without majority consent he was turned into Daas torah. maybe others have their own rabbonim to ask? maybe the majority don't feel that a Roitzeh Be'Illum Shmoi can be considered Daas Torah.
    Maybe the non jewish residents have their own Daas torah?

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  17. Daas Torah is the code word for I asked my Rosh Yeshiva privately without allowing the other side to come say his side and without allowing the other side to ask his Rosh Yeshivah or Rov

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  18. Daas Torah means I asked any Joe Schmoe who knows how to open a Sefer. Daas Torah, leshaim shomayim, Kedusha, mitzvah etc are all being used as smoke screens but unfortunately for the Maffia et al, everyone already blew the smokescreen away and knows exactly what's underneath!

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