Saturday, September 17, 2016

Report: Attorney, timing of ordinance to abolish Lakewood's Rent Control Board was a 'nice coincidence'

APP reports an attorney representing a client involved in a rental dispute claims the timing of the ordinance to abolish Lakewood's Rent Control Board was a 'nice coincidence' for a landlord involved. According to the article in the APP "Reuel E. Topas, a local attorney, says the timing of the proposal to shut down the board was “strange,” given that it came just as the board was
poised to re-hear a case that could have costly implications for a prominent landlord. Many new units are currently exempt from rent control "rescinding Southgate’s exemption could affect dozens and “possibly hundreds of tenants” at Westgate whose rents are currently not subject to rent control. Township official deny the proposed Ordinince had anything to do with the dispute read more at APP.com

3 comments:

  1. One day I would love to see Menashe or Meir admit the truth or at least say oops.

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  2. Realize that they are just Puppets,follow the strings to the puppet-masters as they DESTROY our town and the little quality of life that's left.The many children hit and some KILLED by cars is a Direct result of the decisions made by the Planning and Zoning Boards. Gaiiva and GREED. Welcome to the SOPRANOS, part 2 as the flock keeps sipping that Kool Aid (Jim Jones)Wake up folks

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  3. So is the rent control board back up and running yet?

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