Saturday, February 25, 2017

Jackson council: No Dormitories in residential areas Schools limited to certain areas

Jackson NJ Council has created an ordinance to prevent dorms from operating in residential areas. The township also plans to restrict the construction of public and private schools to only three small zoning districts. The council is expected to vote on this ordnance this coming Tuesday.
 Hmm Wonder why this was done.

11 comments:

  1. In Jackson, r-2 r-3 and r-5 are the smallest sizes of lots which one can have a religious building (assuming they get approved by the board) anything smaller than r-2 cannot have a religious building at all.

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  2. U mean u can restrict zoning... can anyone let lakewood know they can de condense zoning??

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  3. Did Agudah or Turx start calling this anti-semitism yet?

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  4. The result of and irresponsible Lakewood Township Committee, planning, and zoning boards. Hope they're proud.

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  5. It's part of the "Take Back Jackson" campaign. Or an effort to make sure they never need one

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  6. I agree with the comment above. Overbuild Lakewood so that the residents cant stand it. And then we wonder why neighboring town do all to prevent us from coming in. Ever think that perhaps what we did to Lakewood is what scares them?

    Thank you askanim, VAAD and committeemen.

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  7. Lakewood doesn't allow shuls either. Look at Westgate and Minyan avreichim 10th and Clifton.

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    1. Not everyone in Lakewood - just the kavod fressers

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    2. And of course let's not forget the tznius conscious people

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  8. I think this was purposely done by the vadd / developers so that we should think twice before moving out of Lakewood. After all the developers need to sell houses. If we move they lose.its a brilliant plan.

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  9. lets just hope our governing officials, along with all of the lawyers and judges make the right decision . One that is based on principals for the "common" good and not on the to often misused cry of anti-semitisim .

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