Sunday, October 9, 2016

Will Lakewood township enforce noise ordnance for future concerts at the stadium?

A report in the shopper claims the concert were canceled for the quality of life of nearby residents. The township manager issued a letter stating the event was called off due to concerns of hurricane Matthew. The previous concert was heard as far as 2 miles from the stadium and it wasn't till the 3rd day that authorities enforced a noise ordnance.

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  1. Who did Menashe Miller lie to?

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  2. I live near Pine St. the noise was terrible. Kept me up at night. How could they allow this so close to a residential area??

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  3. The only reason they were able to cancel this concert was because the promoter cancelled it on his own free will because the liability was too much of a risk . The blue claws management will continue to rent out the stadium to whomever they wish whether it inconveniences us or not.
    Menashe and Meir were under strict orders to allow Steven Secare to divert contract negotiations for the Blue Claws. What I want to do is tear up the entire contract. Let the Blue claws sue us and let all the truth come out. Or let them pay us 3 million dollars a year and give us full control of stadium rentals.
    Come on Menashe and Meir let's see some real changes. You can't do anything because Bob singer is your payday.

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    1. Herschel, do you know any way to see an actual copy of the contract, I wonder if they are able to sell the property to get out of the lease.

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  4. Don't worry the boys are feeling the heat. The street is seething at these politicians and ask an who make a living off our backs. All of the sudden "yes! No more growth! No more!" Really? Until their next buddy or builder or player comes to them and they find a way to skirt the laws and get what they need. You know and I know that the super powerful and the rich will still try to rule the peasants but the game is coming to an end! Occupy 4th street is on!

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    1. You are right, they are feeling the heat, but if they didn't have plans to gain in the future, they would resign. Why else would they be on the Township Committee that barely pays anything if not for personal gain.

      They clearly aren't in it for the public good.

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  5. Inside Dope (or Dopes) Check out our Twp. Atty, Steve Secare's current BILLING or "Milking and Fleecing" of our Hard earned MONEY. It's Extremely HIGH, a first year law student could do most of the town's legal work for pennies. Why are we being FLEECED by our leaders as Taxes SOAR

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  6. I think the threat of even the mildest weather will cause them to cancel events. I predict it is not long until the BlueClaws are driven out of the stadium for just noise from regular games and our town is further isolated from our neighbors.

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  7. What a bunch of fools.
    Lakewood noise ordinance was not enforced for other reasons.
    Beer & liquor was served (against public policy) for other reasons.
    The event costed Lakewood taxpayers very dearly in non-reimbursable funds, for other reasons.

    WHEN YOU CAN'T FIGURE OUT THE ANSWER?
    "FOLLOW THE MONEY TRAIL".

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