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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 ordinance, he has said, was intended to curb the number of people from outside Mahwah using parks, not to target Jews.
“We had incidents where Mahwah families could not use the parks,” he said last month, so the council wanted to find a way to “put Mahwah residents first.” A spokesman for Mahwah Strong, the group of residents that championed the anti-eruv ordinance, declined to comment as a result of pending litigation.
In some cases, municipalities fought costly losing battles against the eruv — fights that religious leaders argued were fueled by animosity toward Orthodox Jews and fears that an influx in their population would drive down quality of life and property values.
In a meeting attended by more than 200 people in September, one speaker said: “Let’s not turn Mahwah into Lakewood.” Lakewood has a significant concentration of Orthodox Jewish residents and government leaders.The products subject to recall bear establishment number "P-8827" inside the USDA mark of inspection.The problem was discovered by Whole Foods Market employees as they unpacked the product.All three communities have been sued in federal court by the Bergen Rockland Eruv Association, which cites religious discrimination.In a separate lawsuit announced Tuesday against just Mahwah, the state Attorney General’s Office compared Mahwah’s officials to the “1950s-era ‘white flight’ suburbanites who sought to keep African-Americans from moving into their neighborhoods.” “The Township Council in Mahwah heard the angry, fear-driven voices of bigotry and acted to appease those voices,” Attorney General Christopher Porrino said.
In addition to the utility pole ordinance, the council also banned non-New Jersey residents from township parks — a law that the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office warned police not to enforce because of its potential for illegally profiling people in the parks.