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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #285 on: June 08, 2016, 10:03:51 PM »

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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #286 on: June 08, 2016, 10:45:40 PM »
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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #287 on: June 21, 2016, 03:54:27 PM »
Howe many duplexes can you count???    ::)


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6. NEW BUSINESS

Appeal # 3947 Elad Gebus, Oakland Street & Cherry Street, Block 189 Lots 128, 180 & 181
                           R-10 zone.    4 duplexes
Appeal # 3949 Moshe Blech, 135 Forest Drive, Block 12.01 Lot 8.  To construct a single
                            Family home with variance requested for side yard setback; required 10 & 15
                            Proposed 10 & 5.
Appeal # 3950 Yechezkal Eider, Forest Drive, Block 12.01 Lot 24. To construct a single
                            family home with variance requested for side yard setback required 10 & 15
                            proposed 10 & 5.
Appeal # 3952 Lakewood Investment, LLC, James Street, Block 344 Lots 1.01 & 1.02.  Use
                            variance for duplex housing.
Appeal # 3955 Obed Gonzalez, Florence St. & Evergreen Blvd. Block 1093 Lot 10, B-5 zone.
                             Use variance to construct a duplex.
Appeal # 3958 Success Homes Capital, Pine Street, Block 855.01 Lots 21, 34.03, 36 & 37,
                            M-2 & R-20 zone.  Use variance to construct 8 single family homes.
Appeal # 3959 Moshe Lankry 409 1st Street, Block 73 Lot 6, R-OP Zone. Use variance for
                            4 family house.
Appeal # 3961 Tower Builders, 415 E. 5th Street, Block 236 Lot 19, R-7.5 zone. Proposed
                            duplex on an undersized lot required 10,000 square feet proposed 9,888. 
Appeal # 3964 Madison Holdings, LLC, Block 236 Lots 23 & 24, R-7.5 Use variance for
                            triplex.
Appeal # 3965 D & L Management, East County Line Road, Block 104.02 Lot 9, OT Zone. 
                            Use variance to construct stacked townhomes.
Appeal # 3960 Brookside Equities, Cherry Street, Block 189 Lots 135 & 168, R-10 zone.                    To construct a duplex on a 10,722 square foot lot where 12,000 is required.
Appeal # 3970 Success Homes Capital, 800 E. County Line Road, Block 226 Lot 1- R-10
                            Zone.  To construct a duplex on an undersized lot required 12,000 proposed
                            9,926. Requesting subdivision for zero lot line.
Appeal # 3966 Newport Estate, LLC, Newport & Bellevue Avenue, Block 496 Lot 2, Block
                            498 Lots 1 & 10 and Block 501 Lot 1.01, R-40 zone.  To construct single
                            family homes using the R-12 requirements.
Appeal# 3874AA Rishon Associates, LLC, Block 490 Lots 6, 9 & 41.   Amend site plan for
                            building coverage of 35% where 30% is allowed.
Appeal # 3967 Congregation Maalos Hatorah, Chestnut Street, Block 1159 and 1159.04
                            various lots. Use variance and preliminary and final major subdivision for the
                            construction of duplex housing units with basement apartment and synagogue.
Appeal # 3968 David Donner, Block 189 Lots 173 & 175, 603-605 Ocean Avenue, R-10
                            zone.  Use variance for 2 duplexes and a single family home.
Appeal # 3973 Evelyn Vago, 1536 Prospect Street, Block 490 Lot 7, M-1 zone.  Use variance
                            to construct 3 duplexes

RESOLUTIONS

Appeal # 3585A, letter from Ms. Weinstein requesting conditions of a resolution be modified. 
Appeal #3936 - Mordechai Zafrani 464 Manetta Avenue, Block 236 Lot 12, R-10 zone. 
Resolution to deny a use variance to construct a duplex on a 9,000 square foot lot where 12,000
is required.
Appeal # 3962 - David Donner, 825 East End Avenue, Block 208 Lot 175, R-10 zone.  Resolution to approve the construction of a duplex. Side yard setback variance requested for 7 feet where 10 feet is required.
Appeal # 3840 Finchley Holdings, amended resolution to move a/c units from the rear to the side of the building.
Appeal # 3963 Mordechai Eichorn, 85 Williams Street, Block 420.01 Lot 28, R-7.5 and
Hospital Support Zone.  Resolution to approve a subdivision to construct 2 single family homes.

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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #288 on: June 21, 2016, 03:58:31 PM »
Howe many duplexes can you count???    ::)


That was last nights Zoning meeting. Here's tonight's Planning meeting:

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SP 2161 TJ Realty Enterprise, LLC
 River Avenue Block 430, Lot 10.01
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a building addition
2. SD 2118 Yehoshua Frenkel
 River Avenue Block 534, Lot 7
Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create fourteen lots
3. SP 2165 Yehoshua Frenkel
 River Avenue Block 534, Lot 7
 Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for an office building
4. SP 2171 Excel Corporate Park IA, LLC
 Prospect Street Block 411, Lot 82
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a proposed industrial building
5. SD 2127 47 Linden, LLC
 Linden Avenue Block 189.02, Lot 170
Minor Subdivision to create two lots
6. SD 2129 Miriam Klein
 Miller Road Block 12, Lot 201
Minor Subdivision to create two lots
7. SD 2130 New Central Properties, LLC
 New Central Avenue Block 11, Lot 1.17
Minor Subdivision to create two lots
8. SP 2172 Center 101, LLC
 Clifton Avenue Block 90, Lot 9
Denial of Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for an office and retail building
9. SP 2173 Congregation Birchas Yaakov
 Ridge Avenue Block 186.03, Lot 1.07, 1.09, & 1.10
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a new school building
10. SD 2024A Prospect 54, LLC
 Prospect Street Block 411, Lots 30, 35, 36, 40, & 43
Amended Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create 79 lots
11. SP 2183AA Yeshivas Ohr Olam
 Cross Street Block 499, Lot 1
Denial of a Change of Use/Site Plan Exemption to convert existing dwelling into a
school
12. SD 2057A Avenue of the States, LLC
 Avenue of the States Block 961, Lot 2.01
Amended Minor Subdivision to create three lots
13. SP 2128A Avenue of the States, LLC
 Avenue of the States Block 961, Lot 2.01 (Proposed Lot 2.02)
Amended Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a 3-story office building
14. SP 2178 Cheder Masores Hatorah
 Bellinger Street Block 804, Lot 2
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a school
15. SP 2184 Yeshiva Shaarei Orah
 Albert Avenue Block 1159, Lots 76 & 77
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a school
16. SP 2179 Yeshiva Philip Hirth Academy, Inc.
 Oak Street Block 1151, Lot 1
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a school
17. SP 2129 Mesivta Nezer Hatorah
 Vine Avenue Block 1123, Lots 1 & 8
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a school

5. PUBLIC HEARING
1. SD 2125 Mark Properties, LLC
 Providence Avenue Block 1051.09, Lot 4
Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create 5 lots
2. SP 2176 Cedarbridge Equity, LLC
 Boulevard of the Americas Block 961, Lot 2.01
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan and Minor Subdivision for an office building
3. SD 2135 Congregation Kol Aryeh of Lakewood, Inc.
 Hope Chapel Road Block 26, Lots 8 & 8.01
Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create 3 lots and a cul-de-sac
4. SP 2180 Congregation Somerset Walk
 Canary Drive Block 830 & 830.04, Lots 1.06 & 30.01
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for an addition to an existing synagogue
5. SD 2136 Aaron Finkelstein
 Somerset Ave Block 189.31, Lot 153
Minor Subdivision to create 2 lots
6. SD 2137 Jediedjah Moshe Rodrigues Pereira
 East County Line Road Block 186.04, Lots 6 & 7
Minor Subdivision to create 3 lots
7. SD 2138 10 James Street Associates, LLC
 James Street Block 416, Lots 5-7
Minor Subdivision to create 4 lots
8. SD 2123 Thomas Rosenberg
 Highgrove Crescent Block 223, Lots 4 & 83.03
Minor Subdivision to create 3 lots
9. SP 2188AA Yeshiva Ohr Olam
 Cross Street and Newport Ave Block 499, Lot 1
Change of Use/Site Plan Exemption to convert an existing house to a school
10. SP 2062 Yeshiva Ruach Hatorah
 Ridge Avenue Block 189.03, Lot 35
Extension of a Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for a school
11. SD 2076 Joan Hertz
 Miller Road Block 11.01, Lots 3.01 & 4.08
Extension of a Minor Subdivision to realign lot lines
12. SD 2051 Lakewood Associates, LP
 New Hampshire Avenue Block 1600, Lot 5
Extension of a Minor Subdivision to create two lots
13. SD 2078 Nathan Lowinger
 Park Terrace Block 208, Lot 152
Extension of a Minor Subdivision to create two lots
14. SD 1977 Shimshon Bandman
 Linden Avenue Block 189.01, Lot 189
Extension of a Minor Subdivision to create three lots
15. SD 2028 Michael & Rivka Wenger
 Princeton Avenue Block 147, Lot 1
Extension of a Minor Subdivision to create two fee-simple duplex lots
16. SD 1963 Nachman Taub
 Read Place Block 855.02, Lot 26
Extension of a Minor Subdivision to create two lots
17. SD 1949 Aaron Finkelstein
 Congress Street & Bruce Street Block 250, Lots 2-5
Extension of a Minor Subdivision to create six fee-simple duplex lots
18. SD 1983 Hendi Friedman
 Towers Street Block 855.03, Lot 25
Extension of a Minor Subdivision to create two lots
19. SD 2063 Eli Schwab
 Joe Parker Road Block 189.16, Lot 157
Extension of a Minor Subdivision to create three lots
20. SD 2119 1495 East Spruce, LLC
 East Spruce Street Block 855.01, Lots 26 & 29
 Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create seven lots
Applicant failed to submit revised plans in time for this meeting. This application
will not be heard.
21. SP 2181 River 1161, LLC
 River Avenue Block 1064, Lot 4
Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan for an addition to an existing grocery store
Plan revisions did not satisfactorily address the previous technical review meeting
and review letter. As such this project will be carried to a later meeting date and
this application will not be heard.
22. SD 2117 Yechezkel Pam
 New Central Avenue Block 11.02, Lots 9, 10, & 27
Preliminary and Final Major Subdivision to create 5 lots
Applicant has requested to carry this project to a later meeting date. This
application will not be heard.
23. SD 2133 David Birnbaum
 Ocean Avenue Block 249, Lots 10 & 11
Minor Subdivision to create 4 lots
Applicant has requested to carry this project to a later meeting date. This
application will not be heard.
24. SD 2134 Linda Wajsbort
 Hudson Street Block 108, Lots 3 & 15
Minor Subdivision to create 3 lots

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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #289 on: June 21, 2016, 04:30:14 PM »
Stacked townhouses is the worst thing there...
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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #290 on: June 26, 2016, 10:07:44 AM »
http://www.app.com/story/news/local/communitychange/2016/06/26/lakewood-goes-luxe/85952252/

Finally a positive article about Lakewood.
They're bipolar, one day the whole Lakewood is on food stamps the next day we're all billionaires!

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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #291 on: June 26, 2016, 10:12:14 AM »
What's the stirah?   :D

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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #292 on: June 26, 2016, 10:41:46 AM »
http://www.app.com/story/news/local/communitychange/2016/06/26/lakewood-goes-luxe/85952252/

Finally a positive article about Lakewood.
They're bipolar, one day the whole Lakewood is on food stamps the next day we're all billionaires!
There are definitely lots of millionaires. - maybe 20% of the community.
60% are poor/ living off food stamps etc. And 20% are the suffering middle class. 

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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #293 on: June 26, 2016, 10:50:06 AM »
There are definitely lots of millionaires. - maybe 20% of the community.
60% are poor/ living off food stamps etc. And 20% are the suffering middle class.
Source?

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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #294 on: June 26, 2016, 10:54:13 AM »
There are definitely lots of millionaires. - maybe 20% of the community.

That sounds like an insanely high number.
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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #295 on: June 26, 2016, 11:06:05 AM »
That sounds like an insanely high number.
Start by counting the MCmansions..

A millionaire means net assets of over 1 mill. Not 20 mm.
There are hundreds of them.

How many Lakewood businesses are worth more than 1MM? The owners are millionaires in my book.
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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #296 on: June 26, 2016, 11:15:03 AM »
Start by counting the MCmansions..

A millionaire means net assets of over 1 mill. Not 20 mm.
There are hundreds of them.

How many Lakewood businesses are worth more than 1MM? The owners are millionaires in my book.
Maybe there are hundreds of them, but you think if you walk through the entire town, every fifth house will be a millionaire? No chance.

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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #297 on: June 26, 2016, 11:29:39 AM »
Start by counting the MCmansions..

A millionaire means net assets of over 1 mill. Not 20 mm.
There are hundreds of them.

How many Lakewood businesses are worth more than 1MM? The owners are millionaires in my book.

1. Million dollar home does not necessarily mean a million dollars net worth.
2. There are probably more than 10,000 families in Lakewood so 20% of that would be at least 2k millionaires. Which is far higher than your estimates.
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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #298 on: June 26, 2016, 11:35:34 AM »
1. Million dollar home does not necessarily mean a million dollars net worth.
2. There are probably more than 10,000 families in Lakewood so 20% of that would be at least 2k millionaires. Which is far higher than your estimates.
Lol, too often, the mansion is the reason why they aren't millionaires.  :)

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Re: The Future of Lakewood
« Reply #299 on: June 26, 2016, 11:37:27 AM »
Wyvr, AK really has to stop touting stuff this as the success of BMG.

It is so distasteful and wrong.



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