R’ Aaron Kotler Talks Traffic And The Growing Town Of Lakewood On APP ‘Ask The Editor’

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Lakewood officials need to tackle development like a “major metropolis” and not a suburban town, one of its most influential residents said Thursday.

Rabbi Aaron Kotler, CEO of Beth Medrash Govoha, said the 100,000-person town was still approving big projects on small plots, despite continuing complaints about traffic and overdevelopment.

“In Lakewood, the planning mechanisms are more appropriate to a small, suburban New Jersey town – and Lakewood is an emerging metropolis,” Kotler said.

Kotler was the guest of a special Lakewood-focused edition of the Asbury Park Press’ “Ask the Editor” segment on Facebook Live. Read more on APP.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. The very few people who actually voted have decided to keep the status quo. They are extremely happy with the over development and impossible traffic. I never realized how stupid voters can truly be. Amazing. Hatzalacha.

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