Crossing Guard Detail For Yom Tov Season

crossing_guard_forest_ave_The following Crossing Guard detail has been submitted to TLS by Police Chief Rob Lawson. With the high volume of pedestrian traffic on Yom Tov, all are asked to adhere to the traffic patterns set forth by the police department. The following is the schedule and list of locations:
September 08, 2010 – Wednesday – Rosh Hashana Eve
September 17, 2010 – Friday – Yom Kippur Eve
Madison Ave. & 11th Street, Mikvah for men – 1:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Two  crossing guards
September 10, 2010 – Friday – Rosh Hashana – 4:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.
North Lake Drive & Lakewood Ave.
Two crossing guards 
Pine St. & Bais Rivka Rochel Drive
One crossing guard
South Lake Drive & Myrtle
One crossing guard
Shady Lane & Carasaljo Drive              
One crossing guard  
South Lake Drive & Carasaljo Dr.
One crossing guard
Case Road & North Lake Drive
One crossing guard
County Line Road & Kent Road
One crossing guard
Kennedy Boulevard at the Elks Lodge
One crossing guard
Route 9 & Railroad Tracks

Two crossing guards

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  1. September 10, 2010 – Friday – Rosh Hashana – 4:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.

    Umm. Is’t tashlich usually done on the first day, Thursday, September 9th

  2. Why. Why is it that we can’t just say thank you. Why must we be frumer than G-D.

    Yes i’m talking to you #5

    We have BH have many people going to tashlich and don’t you feel better when you have MANY YOUNG CHILDREN WHO JUST LOVE TO RUN IN THE STREETS that we have hard working men and women here to help.

    Stop being frumer than G-D and just say THANK YOU. I was happy to see Sgt Frank Work and I made it my business to go over to him and say thank you.

    You might go by the name samrt2 but you are from it.

  3. Hey #5 The guards are a asset to this town, no other town in the area supplies guards on Sundays, Holidays, and special religious events and people should thank them.

    As for #4 they are part time workers probably don’t get benefits or make that much money maybe next time you could volunteer your time and cross people. Or use cops OT for a few hours would probably be alot more then using crossing guards.

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