Sunday, July 10, 2016

Lakewood traffic, cockroaches rejoice

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8 comments:

  1. Rabbi A. Kotler will be happy to sort out the problem just reach out to him

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    1. He's in Israel as the saying goes when the cats away the mice come out to play

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    2. The next generation are taking over the Yeshiva. This shabbos an einikel gave shiur on the yartzheit.

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  2. No funny. This problem affects the response time of first responders. Add this to the fact that some of the developments were designed like sardine cans and nobody bothers to put up lighted addresses, trouble is bound to happen.
    I really wish Herschel would do something about this already.

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  3. Good. Maybe Hershel will start using a local exterminater instead of going out of town to get a cheaper quote. You know, like he complains about people who don't buy overpriced toys in his store because they can buy them cheaper in a big box store or online.

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    1. were talking a mile up the road in Jackson!! its considered local my friend.

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    2. Harold herskowitzJuly 11, 2016 at 1:21 PM

      I did not receive this letter. It was texted to me. I thought it was a good example of how difficult it is to run a business now in Lakewood. Many businesses are looking to Howell to expand their customer base and make it easier for Lakewood customers to access their stores. The UEZ has done nothing proactive to keep businesses in Lakewood. The 3 and a half percent sales tax is not enough of an incentive to have to deal with the problems here.

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  4. This exterminator has been around long before the other "local" ones. they are well priced, honest and do a good job. I used them over 15 years ago

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