Sunday, August 7, 2016

Video: Lakewood Township commitee meeting August 4 2016

2:12- 14:15 Land sale goes for $802k behind prospect park HERE
17:50- Is committee appealing Garzo lawsuit 
21:00- Not enough parking spots, too many parking spots
31:40- Why is TWSP vacating streets in Oak St no space for shuls,playgrounds
50:05- 5 members resign from Heritage commission 4 new members added

16 comments:

  1. Harold HerskowitzAugust 7, 2016 at 8:02 AM

    Thank you for posting this video. I enjoyed watching Menashe Miller squirming as he was being asked about the Garzo lawsuit. Mayor Miller looked like he was sitting on a hot plate. His involvement in the Garzo lawsuit is costing the taxpayers millions.

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    1. What is the Garzo lawsuit?

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    2. Harold HerskowitzAugust 7, 2016 at 3:34 PM

      Garzo lawsuit is a lawsuit brought by the nephew of a person that owned many small lots throughout lakewood years ago. The lots were taken by the township for non payment of taxes,and became Township owned. Some of these lots were given away to developers and organizations. Now along comes Mr. Garzo and says the estate that he inherited was never informed about the tax liens and the taking of the land. The town decided to quickly settle with him for millions of dollars.
      Now the fun part. Where did Mr. Garzo come from? How did he even find out about these lots? Somebody called him obviously. Why did the township decide to settle so quickly? And what does menashe Miller and his realtor friend Schwab have to do with it all? Just ask Menashe. I am sure he will tell you everything.

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  2. Hershel why don't you go to the meetings ?

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  3. Harold HerskowitzAugust 7, 2016 at 9:41 AM

    I rarely go to any meetings. I have hardly ever gone to any zoning or. Planning ones either. They are painful To watch. I enjoy find it funny that all the people that are benefitting from all the corruption in town try and paint me as a rabble rousing troublemaker. I have never opposed any projects publicly, I rarely speak out about anything at meetings. I have been to less than ten meetings in over 6 years. Now it's time for action, not reaction. We need to take our town back from a Small group that only cares about themselves.

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  4. It's like a banana republic. Shame on the township committee!

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  5. http://collive.com/show_news.rtx?id=41677&alias=chabad-find-homes-in-lakewood

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  6. http://www.joyceblaynewsandviews.com/freedomofthepress/blog1.php

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  7. The oilam has to start showing up to more meetings and asking serious questions that make the committee members squirm in their seats. They feel as if no one chops what they are doing. If the oilam would call them on the havoc they are sowing it would be recorded for prosperity (Thanks to 1rst amen. activist) and they would think twice before they do their shenanigans.

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  8. Curious that plannimg board chairman neiman was one of the bidders.

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  9. http://yudelstake.blogspot.com/2016/08/11-omni-court-eviction.html#more

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  10. Notice how mister activist cuts himself out of the video.

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    1. Typical askan wannabe, can give but can't take.

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  11. Its no secret who he is it it probably has something to do with the fact that he started recording double screen. If you don't like it you can record him.

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  12. I'm all for recording committee members and staff, but members of the public who go up to speak shouldn't be recorded against their will. The video cameras actually stop people from voicing their grievance.

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    1. Basically they want to vent but not change anything. The fact that the videos are made public creates a lot more conversation about the issues and records the response of the committeemen for all to see for prosperity. Grazo ring a bell.

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