Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Lakewood shopping village application will not be heard at tonight's meeting

Take Back Lakewood‏ reports the proposed shopping mall at Cedarbridge  was removed from tonight's agenda at the Planning board meeting. It will Possibly be rescheduled for sometime in May.

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  1. It was pulled after AK made some calls and realized that there were more no votes than yes votes. The Roshei Yeshiva have prevailed for now.

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  2. There are more hit pieces out there I am hearing. They are twisting the words in the Cedarbridge: Points of Concern and response that because we are worried about stores owned by goyim that we are prejudiced. What Chutzpah!

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    1. Not a word from the Mayor or other commiteemen about these smear articles. They are spreading lies and fabrications about Lakewood residents it's time they are called out for this bigotry. Our elected officials must nor remain silent.

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  3. That letter has been confirmed fake

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    1. They say it was on the TBL site. Clearly will make anything up now.

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  4. I am not a gvir , I am a poshute poor yungerman and i am related to no one choshuv or influential. I have had the true pleasure of getting to know R Aaron Kotler, he loves the Yungerleit and only wants to help them, he honestly wants them to be happy. He is always standing up for the kavod of the Yungerleit. We should take his letter with an ernstkeit and realize that he really cares and only wants to help and be magdil torah ulihaadeera

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    1. how much did he pay you to write that comment? more than $80?

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    2. Hey. Didn't you know that they raised it to $83??

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  5. When the economy turns and the gvirim stop giving ,and the money for kollel checks runs out ,then people will wish the yeshivah had a big reserve fund.

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    1. Wrong we can't destroy Lakewood there is a price for everything

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    2. Kollel checks are covered by Pell grants, not gvirim.
      But according to you, the gvirim might lose their money, but Cedarbridge Inc will not. Why do you say so? Why do you think that inexperienced Yeshiva hires are more likely to weather a recession than seasoned baalebatim?

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  6. https://youtu.be/u0-AtW3CmBA

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  7. I want everybody who signed the petition to honestly answer tis question. If you believed that the only way the Yeshiva could pay your kollel check was to do this and if you knew that without this you would have to leave Yeshiva and go find a job ,would you still sign. Do you feel so strongly about this that even if it means you have to leave learning and move out of town to get a job ,you will still sign against it.

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    1. nobody is in kollel because of the measly kollel check.

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    2. R' Aaron ZT"L was very makpid to take only "Koshere Gelt," he didn't worry about a reserve fund.

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    3. The Kollel check (or tiny percentage thereof) has no bearing on whether a yungerman stays in Kollel. None whatsoever

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  8. it gets worse! read this article on 101.5. Who was stupid to put this petition online!
    http://nj1015.com/bigoted-lakewood-jews-fighting-mall-plan/

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  9. All those screaming about the pirsum did you forget the story in the NY post just a few years ago about a get. No one was moche for that chilul hashem

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    1. posting this online was far dumber and worse. all letters like these are written by one idiot and does not represent anybody else but himself.

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  10. This is all over the news today. In a very derogatory way against unzerah. What a chillul hashem!

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  11. The second I saw that sentence in the petition that mentioned non Jewish stores I knew that was trouble. "Ayin roah ve'ozen shoma'as vechol ma'asecha basefer nichtavim..."

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  12. The ignorant masses are living in a bubble.

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