PHOTOS: Lakewood Residents Turn Out Last Night to Protest Proposed New Homes in Congested Spruce Street Area



  1. Interesting. For extra housing, the oilam gets ungikucht but for mishgav zachar events taking place in their City, their quiet, shh shtill. We don’t want to rock the boat. We feel uncomfortable protesting.

  2. So let me get this straight. This protest about “changing the characteristics of the neighborhood” and increasing traffic is fine, but when residents of neighboring towns complain that the huge influx of new residents will cause increased traffic and change the character of the neighborhood, it’s antisemitism?

  3. Daniel

    We are very sorry that they pulled the wrong “card” out of the box. Next time we will use the antisemitism “card”.

    • How do you define Letzonus or a Moishav Laitzim?

      Why is this section a truer Moishav Laitzim than many other comment sections?

      I’m not asking rhetorically. I really want to understand your point of view.


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