Mayor Menashe Miller Returns From Qatar

EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS & VIDEO [UPDATED 3:40 PM] of Mayor Menashe Miller arriving back in Lakewood this afternoon following a nearly three-week deployment to Qatar. At about 12:30 PM Sunday afternoon,

the Mayor was greeted at the Jackson border by his family, Police Chief Rob Lawson, Committeemen Meir Lichtenstien and Albert Akerman, Police Chaplain Abe Muller and others.

Arranged by friends of the Mayor, Miller was escorted with a Military-style truck from the Jackson border to the Municipal building on 3rd Street, where he enjoyed a brunch with friends and family.

As exlusively reported earlier on TLS, the Mayor will continue to serve as Mayor for 2012.

Committeeman Coles, and Committeeman Langert will all be sworn in for their new term on Tuesday.

The Mayor departed December 13. TLS.

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  1. welcome back!
    now get back to work no time to rest, this town needs tons of work!
    (a goods night sleep I’ll let you have but no more) treat lakewood like it were a war zone!

  2. R’ Menashe, you are our shliach tzibbur and emissary. We all owe as deep debt of grtitude to those that protect us and you fulfill it our behalf. Yasher koach!

  3. Mr. Miller, after looking at the pictures and seeing your beautiful family I could only imagine the dedication your entire family has for their support of you being overseas with the troops during a holiday season. God Bless you and your family.

  4. I’m always amazed by some of the stupid comments people post such as #4 and #12. Mayor Miller was away from home for several weeks serving his country and was away from his family and young children. Why would it matter who paid for the food.

  5. Mr. Mayor (& Meir)
    While you were respectfully serving the country I must inform you that there were not 1 but 2 accidents on 14th and Forest that I personally have heard the bangs from my house. Of which one was a bochur hit by a car (yes the noise was that loud). These accidents can be stopped with a simple traffic light. Yes it will sometimes be annoying for us but my Lakewood brethren are much more important.
    While it is a honorable thing to serve the country please don’t forget us at home (your old neighborhood were you grew up) WE NEED A TRAFFIC LIGHT NOW!
    Thank you
    I speak on behalf of all that live on the corner of 14th and Forest

    P.S. Please contact me via the LKWD Scoop if you need.

  6. Mr Conservative you usually have more class! Do the right thing and apologize for being cynical without being able to muster a pleasant comment.

    It is amazing to me how the APP manage to write anything negative about Lakewood on their cover even if its trivial but won’t mention this story at all (beyond a possible blurb).

    How many Mayors have gone abroad to serve on the military recently?

  7. It is good that “close friends” were alerted and invited to attend the send-off and return of Mayor Miller. However, I believe that events such as this could be, and should be announced, so that any resident that wanted to attend, and wish the mayor best regards, could.

    This looks too inside! Mayor Miller is the mayor of all Lakewood residents.

  8. To Bill Hobdat,

    He may be the mayor of all of Lakewood. However, it was his friends who threw the party. If you feel so close and concerned, then you should ALSO keep tabs on him and join the party!

    PS You and I know that if it were to become an official ‘township party’ all hell will be let loose in regard to any criticism we can imagine.

    Let the friends celebrate. If you feel like a friend – you should do so too.

    By-the-way; When is your birthday? 😉

  9. To 23 Anon says – You could be right, but can you just imagine how nice it would have/could have been to be sent off and welcomed back by hundreds of Lakewood residents from all segments of the Township?

    This was lost opportunity to do something good for the Mayor, the Township Image, and our Troops.

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