Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Video: Senior Community Needs Subcommittee of the Lakewood master plan


Video: courtesy of First Amendment Activist
6:10 – talk about shopping centers
6:50- by the end of 2017 all senior homes in Lakewood will be built. 
7:40 – in general senior communities are not as popular 
8:23- orthodox seniors purchasing senior homes
11:00 – schools next to senior communities 

18:00 – ordinances to prevent schools from building adjacent to senior communities
23:10 – old rumors regarding county expanding Cross St.
24:30 – Moshe Lankry asks if the seniors and orthodox communities can join in to press the county to update its roads. 
28: 40 – resident suggests to pressure the county to widen and upgrade their roads
35:05 – empty lots next to senior areas. Commercial enterprises have an eye on it 
35:45 – how the Raritan Aquifer was lost to developers. The 20 acre park is gone. 
46:40 – suggestion to ask the county to widen and upgrade their roads. 
47:57 – Moshe Lankry praises Take Back Lakewood
50:50 – Justin recalls the good old days when Lakewood had plenty of space

15 comments:

  1. Listen to 35 minutes. Yet another development going up with 20 acres set aside for open space that seems to have disappeared.
    Shameful

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  2. We need a list i will start:
    White Oak Flowing milk llc scam, Police shooting range disappeared by "Mistake", Prospect park 20 acres,

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  3. Discussion Points
    6:10 – talk about shopping centers
    6:50- by the end of 2017 all senior homes in Lakewood will be built.
    7:40 – in general senior communities are not as popular
    8:23- orthodox seniors purchasing senior homes
    11:00 – schools next to senior communities
    18:00 – ordinances to prevent schools from building adjacent to senior communities
    23:10 – old rumors regarding county expanding Cross St.
    24:30 – Moshe Lankry asks if the seniors and orthodox communities can join in to press the county to update its roads.
    28: 40 – resident suggests to pressure the county to widen and upgrade their roads
    35:05 – empty lots next to senior areas. Commercial enterprises have an eye on it
    35:45 – how the Raritan Aquifer was lost to developers. The 20 acre park is gone.
    46:40 – suggestion to ask the county to widen and upgrade their roads.
    47:57 – Moshe Lankry praises Take Back Lakewood
    50:50 – Justin recalls the good old days when Lakewood had plenty of space

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  4. Lakewood Committeeman can teach the world's best magicians a few tricks. Menashe is actually able to make acres of land just dissapear! I think the time has come for him to exit the stage

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  5. Open Space Menashe??November 23, 2016 at 9:00 PM

    Isn't it ironic that some individual created a scheme to specifically target the various parcels of designated open space properties in Lakewood for development & in some miraculous way the Township Committee has failed to protest.. and at times they even openly participated in these illegal actions. Menashe Miller is the Mayor & was the Mayor while many of these underhanded activities took place. It makes one wonder aloud.. whose interest was he looking out for??

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    1. Menashe & Open Space don't go together..November 23, 2016 at 9:56 PM

      At best, Menashe has been sleeping at the wheel.. But I'm suspecting that he really hasn't been sleeping.. just pretending..

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  6. Paper streets are disappearing off the maps. Open Space disappears & turns up later as fully developed. Requests for records turn up missing documentation. I wonder what else Menashe has made to disappear???

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  7. Justin,our Torah tells us how to Develop land and significant OPEN Space is part of the formula. It promotes mental health and a place for our children to blossom.I guess our wise leaders didn't learn that part of Torah. A case in point, Westgate, a super dense and UGLY development has a blade or two of grass,no trees and a minute amount of space and recreation for the Countless children.What a perfect storm to develop OTD children. The teens of Westgate have no place (even a basketball court) to burn up calories, so some out of boredom turn to vandalism, Drugs and Booze

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    1. I lived in Westgate for the past eight years.It has plenty of problems but teens who turned to vandalism, Drugs and Booze out of boredom isn't among them.

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    2. Sorry but that's not true. Drugs and other issues DO exist in Westgate. Wake up and smell the...weed/alcohol!

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  8. Westgate was approved by the zoning board

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  9. Dude,wake up and smell the weed in westgate

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  10. Oak street has to become a one way!

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  11. The problem is opening schools and shuls near residential homes. There should be a moratorium on all shuls and schools in residential areas.

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  12. To the best of my knowledge, Mike D'elia, Ray Coles and Isaac Ackerman have all said publically that and member of either the planning or zoning boards having any dealings or association with either builders or developers, past or present, should be asked in very strong terms to resign. To date we don't know how Mayor Miller or committeeman Lichtenstein feel. We should ask then publically at a Township Committee meeting to state their positions very clearly. The position of D'elia, Coles and Ackerman in my opinion seem to be the ONLY fair one to take.

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