Wednesday, December 26, 2007


Headline Archives

ELECTION FRAUD Don’t Commit a Campaign Crime


Last Friday, a California man named Gladwin Gill admitting to making nearly $67,000 in illegal contributions to several political campaigns from 2003 to 2005, including the elections of the U.S. President, two U.S. Senators, and a U.S. Representative.
Now, following an investigation by our Los Angeles office, he faces up to five years in jail and a potential fine of up to $670,000.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007


VOS IZ NEIAS: (Yiddish: "What's News")
The Voice of the New York Orthodox Jewish Community. Today's Neias is Tomorrows News. If you don't see it here, it's not Neias.Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Lakewood, NJ - Police Release Sketch of Lakewood Attack Suspect.
Lakewood, NJ - Police have released a composite sketch of the man being sought in the attack on a third-grade Orthodox school teacher Tuesday night.The investigation into the attack of Mordechai Moskowitz, 53, of Lakewood, is being conducted by Lakewood Police Detectives Greg Staffordsmith and Steve Wexler,

Sunday, September 16, 2007


Monday, September 03, 2007


Dear Mr. Shain:

Thank you for your Internet communication requesting information from the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT). I appreciate the opportunity to address your concern.

The description of a double yellow line that is in the MUTCD is as follows:

Two-direction no-passing zone markings consisting of two normal solid yellow lines where crossing the centerline markings for passing is prohibited for traffic traveling in either direction.
The centerline markings on undivided two-way roadways with four or more lanes for moving motor vehicle traffic always available shall be the two-direction no-passing zone markings consisting of two normal solid yellow lines.By definition the double yellow line only prohibits PASSING and not turning.
Unless there is a sign that specifically prohibits making a u-turn or a sign the prohibits either the right or left turn, the pavement markings alone do not prohibit these movements.
I hope you find this information helpful. Again, thank you for taking the time to contact NJDOT.


Kris Kolluri, Commissioner

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Howell Voters reject Howell Twp School budget- Township forced to cut millions $$$ from Budget, Lakewood cuts only nickel & dime items.

And now for Lakewood;

SOMETHING FOR NOTHING-Editorial by Joyce Blay-Posted June 13, 2007

Taking a cue from the Lakewood Board of Education, members of the Lakewood Township Committee avoided public comment at the June 7 budget hearing.

In the recent past, members of the board of education often evaded public criticism of their financial management of tax dollars by going back into executive session for hours until members of the public tired of waiting and left. Members of the board of education also asked board attorney Michael Inzelbuch to research legal precedent, at taxpayer expense, that enabled them to refuse to answer comments by members of the public.