Wednesday, January 9, 2013


You know those ‘No Parking’ signs in front of many schools throughout Lakewood? 

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

The Verdict

After much deliberation and political wrangling the Verdict is finally in.

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Township’s Reorganization Meeting to Be Held January 1st

The Township’s annual reorganization meeting will be held on January 1st, TLS has confirmed. The event will begin with a reception at 10:00 AM, followed by the reorganization meeting at 11:00 AM.

All are invited to attend the event, which will include the swearing-in and the announcement of the official positions for the upcoming year.

LFD Business Admin. Issues Self Unapproved Payment for $80k

Taxpayers and elected officials alike were shocked to learn that former Lakewood Fire Department Administrator Megan Dowd issued herself a check in the amount of approximately $80,000 when she left her post. Apparently, Dowd, who in her capacity had control over the payroll account of the LFD felt this was what was coming to her for her accumulated sick and unused vacation days.
At Monday evening’s public fire meeting Commissioner Larry Loigman brought the matter up in the open session and requested a full review of this payment. Loigman made a motion to direct the LFD attorney to look into applicable law, Dowd’s attendance record, whether a retirement bonus is even mentioned in Dowd’s contract and any other relevant data. The board of Commissioners adopted the motion by a four to one vote with Commissioner Mannik voting against it.

Monday, December 24, 2012

Welcome Back!!!!

In a continuing effort to bring you the most accurate news and issues affecting our town, CleanerLakewood has, over the past few months been investigating specific leads to several major newsworthy stories. Please stay tuned as they unfold. 

You can now follow us on twitter 

Saturday, December 22, 2012



In an effort to protect the 1st amendment right to freedom of speech for both bloggers and commenters, CleanerLakewood has gone to the extreme length to fight the lawsuit brought forth by Somerset Development v. CleanerLakewood. 

Monday, July 26, 2010

Motion to Quash

Please be advised that Cleaner Lakewood is being represented by Richard L. Ravin, Esq., of Hartman & Winnicki, P.C., Paramus New Jersey, in connection with the lawsuit captioned: Somerset Development, LLC and Ralph Zucker v. “Cleaner Lakewood” John Doe and John Doe Nos. 1-10, fictitious persons and entities, Docket No. OCN-C-119-10, Superior Court of New Jersey, Ocean County.

Mr. Ravin can be reached at His Web site is

Brief with Exhibits

Brief with Exhibits 7-19-10 -