YOUR PHOTOS: Lakewood Blanketed With Snow Once Again

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33 COMMENTS

  1. for highways listen to 880 am.
    and if every person would shovel ‘their’ portion of snow….it will help the county
    i know we dont have to…but sometimes we can do things we dont ‘HAVE TO!!!
    AND P.S.
    GIGANTIC SNOWSTORM TO HIT US THIS WEEKEND…

  2. They should put plows on the buses. I think about 30 buses past my home but not 1 plow. Is there a number to call to let someone know it snowed on south side of the lake too?

  3. I was once approached by someone in the midst of a major snowstorm on a friday night & asked me how he can learn to stop taking things for granted & instead appreciate them? he then asked me how will he ever make it home in such deep snow & darkness? I asked him if he knew what I think of when I see snow at night? He replied no, so I told him of the pesukim we say during maariv & in the morning of, Hashem takes light from darkness & dark from lightness. i.e. what else could light up the entire ground in the midst of darkness like snow? With Hashem deciding on each storm how big it will be & each snowflake if it will stick-to the ground-or become water in mid-air etc…

    BOTTOM LINE: there is always a way to look at every situation in the positive way (from a big water bill in the mail to other sad situations or any other situation a person is in.)

    Mention ANYTHING in a post & I will reply with telling you how to look at it in a positive way

  4. I cannot understand why it is so hard to help one another ! If you live upstairs or downstairs — shovel their steps too!!! My husband is not home between 2-4 to shovel for me and I babysit – i don’t think it would kill my downstairs to shovel to my steps when it is known my husband is not around and I can’t leave the kids to do it! When my husband is home — he shovels the downstairs and up!!!!!
    Help one another !!!!!!

  5. It’s pretty funny, I was watching the snow plows doing rt 9, and they had 5 in a row 1 after the other. When will the Lakewood Township learn how to plow?

  6. “12 Help others” Im sure if you have your husband set the example and clear your upstairs neighbors steps once, they will reciprocate and do it for you.

  7. Immature comment” lets help others plow the streets” ?! That’s because your also prob home from 2-4 and being narrow minded . Lets help one another and plow each other out not these streets .

  8. Hey Dude yes predicating a large storm for sunday night into monday, small storm into wednesday. i really have to commend DPW, roads in my area 14th st cedar row ,case rd really Great job , looks good for tuesday school OPEN

  9. Mazal tov my street was plowed, now it’ll probably turn to ice because they used a small truck without a salter! And yes “help others plow the streets” by moving parked cars off the streets. Shoveling your upstairs neighbors will help 1 family, moving your car will help 100+!

  10. I B”H have a job, I’m shoveling snow. Now all kidding aside we must work on the parked cars, they are at times more dangerous than the moving ones! Today someone rear ended me on James because he slammed on his breaks. B”H nothing happened to us ( my baby was in the back seat). This was a result of a stopped car making him hit the breaks. Please let’s be positive here and give some tips on how to be safe driving in the snow. People are not used to it like the people in Monsey who have this all the time.

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