John Heyer Wins Support of Belz Dayanim August 25, 2009  11:50 am

heyerCity Council candidate John Heyer met with the Belzer Beis Din of nine dayanim this past week and emerged with the unqualified endorsement of the kehillah.

“Since you’re doing what G-d wants from you he will be your guiding light,” said Rav Usher Ekstein, Head of the Kashrus Division of Belz. “And I hope you will win. Our community is standing very strong behind¬†you.”

“I’m honored to receive the support of our Belz community,” said Heyer. “Together we will work together for the future of Boro Park, our children, and our yeshivos.”

John Heyer speaking to Pinny Ringel, from the office of Councilmember Simcha Felder, before entering the home of Rav Shlomo Gross, the Belzer dayan.
John Heyer speaking to Pinny Ringel, from the office of Councilmember Simcha Felder, before entering the home of Rav Shlomo Gross, the Belzer dayan.

Heyer has proposed an across-the-board tax education credit in order to help parents bear the burden of tuition costs at yeshivos. He also pledged to find a solution to the problem of bus transportation to and from yeshivos, which are underserved by public transportation. Heyer is known as a strong critic of the City’s attempts to cut “Priority 7″ vouchers to families in need of day care and after-school programs.

{Noam Amdurski-Matzav.com Newscenter}

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4 Responses to John Heyer Wins Support of Belz Dayanim

1 .Comment from Moshe 2

August 25, 2009 at 12:17 pm
I hope you win.

2 .Comment from Pinny Ringel

August 25, 2009 at 12:52 pm
My speaking with John Heyer at the Belzer Dayans house is not an endorsement by Councilman Simcha Felder.

3 .Comment from Maier A

August 25, 2009 at 4:31 pm
I hope he wins... the din torah.

4 .Comment from joke

August 25, 2009 at 4:34 pm
and to day some one else will come and tell the belzer what they like to hear and the belzer will support him all about politcs

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