Readers’ Scoop: Thank You FD And DPW

fd and dpwI would like to publicly thank the Fire Marshal and all of the members of the Fire Department that oversaw Beir Chametz today. It was not an easy job standing in the rain all day, dodging bags of Chametz being thrown while making sure we could be M’kayaim the Mitzvah in a safe and dignified way. For that matter thank you to the DPW who manned the various sites for garbage disposal under very difficult conditions. Please go out of your way to say thank you, it is not only the right thing to do but a tremendous Kiddush HaShem to show our gratitude.

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11 COMMENTS

  1. to #1

    Your welcome, we’re happy to be there to help the community and appreciate the cooperation and thanks we recieved from everyone.

    Sincerely,
    a Lakewood Firefighter

  2. the safest place to burn chometz is Lakewood . Thanks for doing such a great job. I would like to also the Public Works department for doing such a great job.

  3. Please don’t forget that the FD is totally free it’s a volunteer organization, no pay involved. The Public Works Dept. is however all being paid by you taxpayers. Thank you!

  4. Are you kidding me!!!! Why are the tax payers footing the bill for this?? All the other religious houses of worship foot their own bills for their practices. This is robbery. This town can not continue to favor one group of people. IT”S WRONG!!!

    Our EMS people had their salaries and benefits cut and this is where the monies go. It’s an embarrassment to say I’m from Lakewood, and it’s a shame cause I’ve been here longer than most of the people in this town.

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