LDC To Scale Down To 7 Members

ldcThe Lakewood Development Corporation will be going from 13 members to 7 members, the Township Committee announced at Thursday’s Committee meeting. The reason being, is that the 13 member board could sometimes wait 45 minutes for the quorum needed for a vote.

The seven members are R’ Moshe Weisberg, Abraham Muller, Daniel Czermak, Mike McNiel, Liaisons Ray Coles and Albert Akerman, and new member Carey Tafjal.

Tafjal, from Lakewood, is the owner of the Hilton Hotel on Route 70, as well as the Ramada Hotel on Route 70. TLS.

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  1. Thank You #1 for bringing that up.

    Can any one out there please provide clear and accurate description of the function and purpose of the LDC? How about a mission statement and/or how the locals benefit from the LDC.

  2. # 3 No he doesn’t but was born here, grew up here, went to schools here, owns a business or two here. Welcome Carey….hows Doran?

  3. If someone doesn’t live here, he has no right being on any boards or other government positions. I couldn’t care if he owns the whole town.
    Enough said

  4. @ snowed in… FYI. The Hilton Hotel pays taxes in Lakewood, they are a taxpayer. Why wouldn’t they have a right to representation too? Besides the fact that Mr. Tajfel and his family lived in, paid taxes in and employed people from Lakewood years and years before many of the local residential community even thought of coming to Lakewood.

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