Police To Enforce 2-Hour Parking Limit Around Second Street

ticket_001_solomon_wmStarting today, police will be enforcing parking and issuing summonses to vehicles parked in the 2-hour parking zones around Yeshivah Ketana and 2nd Street areas. The notice was given today to all the Yeshivah Ketana staff and other area residents.

The enforcement comes after police received complaints of motorists parking their vehicles in the area for many consecutive hours. TLS-CCP.

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  1. If this is the case the township should provide additional municipal parking for the people that work in the area. There is absolutely no place to park!!!

  2. carpool or WALK. the business doesn’t have to go under so you can have your car sitting conveniently right there. You can also park in the many lots closer by Clifton. Let a yid make a living. sheesh!

  3. most of the stores on 2nd street are the block before yeshiva ketana and dont interfare with the stores parking and have the entrance to municipal lot between center of town and juvenile planet why penalize the rabbyim for parking in front of their school ?they should be issued special parking permits and be allowed to park in front of their place of work

  4. to # 9 you probably meant me and i am not # 8 so leave him alone anyways municipal lot was made for shoppers in town not for 35 rebbes teachers and special ed teachers to park a whole day and close down a store and thanks for caring so much about another yid’s living

  5. How about enforcing the “no turning left” on rt 9 signs? I saw at least 2 cars today NOT obeying the sign and going straight. Can’t people read? Yes, it’s inconvient, but so are alot of other laws. OBEY the signs! Besides there’s never a cop when you need one, and when they do give out tickets, you complain!

  6. does anyone know if thier is a township parking law in regard to Cul-de-sacs , on my block some peoplke decided to do front end packing whcih makes the street look messy and reduces the turn around space ..

  7. I’m not understanding what several dozen employees that work at Yeshiva Ketana are expected to do now? There are no stores on their street between Lexington and Monmouth yet they are subject to these penalties for going to work?

  8. Yes. People in this town should start walking or biking to their destinations. It would alleviate congestion on the roads and help with the parking problem as well.

    P.S. Please do not park in handicap spots if you are not legally allowed. You cause pain to those who truly need it, and giving yourself a great big ayin hara.

  9. Anonymous says:
    JULY 7, 2011 AT 12:24 PM
    If this is the case the township should provide additional municipal parking for the people that work in the area. There is absolutely no place to park
    You do know there is a parking lot right behind the school on lexington ave & 1st st..so you have to walk a little bit its not a big thing. Exercise a little bit

  10. Well! Look at the ordinances. Are they adequate to protect merchants in the business area. How much parking is needed? Does the Municipality really have the responsibility to provide additional parking? Who will pay for it.

    Perhaps Lakewood needs a pay-for-parking garage, where the resident pays a fee to park off-street. This places the financial burden on the resident, not all taxpayers. An alternative would be to amend the ordinances to require adequate parking in the business district.

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