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We are currently in production of OC 2030, a documentary chronicling Lakewood from 10 years ago to current and then forward looking 12 more years. This is the fourth trailer.
The adverse effects of continued development and growth in Lakewood, NJ are being felt by every surrounding community, particularly in Toms River, Brick, Howell and Jackson. Schools, infrastructure, municipal and school budgets, municipal, county and state resources are all being pushed to the breaking point.
Quality of life issues in the surrounding towns are arising on an almost daily basis. The vast majority of these issues come about as a result of an unwillingness to abide by normal societal standards, standards that ALL residents are expected to adhere to regardless of race, creed, color, religion, disability or sexual identity.
We are organizing in an effort to stave off further quality of life erosion, return Ocean County to her majestic stature and to demand from our elected officials that ALL RESIDENTS comply with local, county, state and federal law . Lakewood in Jackson Lakewood in Brick Lakewood in Toms River
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Leaving is never easy but if you are in the Orthodox community and are seeking a way out, Footsteps can help provide a path. For many people, the process of leaving ultra-Orthodoxy takes time. Most people describe a transition phase of 3 to 5 years. Footsteps provides resources to aid in your journey.
Visit Footsteps online to learn more.