Rabbi Mordechai Hirsch of Jackson last night took to the podium to address and applaud the Jackson Township for introducing the historic ordinance that puts forward a realistic plan that would allow houses of worship to be constructed within the Township.
Hirsch was the first applicant in the Township to go before the Zoning Board to apply for a Shul, and despite meeting and exceeding all requirements, met fierce resistance. It took him approximately three years to finally receive the approval.
The approval this year play a pivotal role in the Township’s decision to change course.
Askan and Planning Board Member Rabbi Mordechai Burnstein was also instrumental behind the scenes in getting this historic ordinance to the table.
Watch Rabbi Hirsch’s address to the Township below:
Wow very well spoken. Kiddush Hashem.
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