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Fair Lawn is home to a large number of commuters to New York City, to which it is connected by train from two railroad stations on NJ Transit's Bergen County Line, the Radburn and Broadway stations.
The state says police received calls from residents who complained that people who looked like Orthodox Jews were seen in the parks, even though it did not appear that they were doing anything wrong.“It’s astonishing to know that we told them what we were looking to do and they rebuked us, and we’re now being sued over this,” he said.Hermansen said the ordinance was written by the township attorney, not the council, and under those circumstances “we deem it to be good law when we receive it.” He also disputed Laforet’s remarks about him and how the measures were handled, saying “the mayor has an issue with telling the truth.” He also said he was “getting tired of the mayor slandering me and my family.The religious boundary is created by wires attached to utility poles.In Mahwah, white plastic piping attached to the poles reveals where the eruv boundaries are.
A local Jewish organization obtained permission from Orange & Rockland Utilities to expand the eruv from Monsey, which has a large Orthodox Jewish population, across the New York border into Mahwah, Upper Saddle River and Montvale.