Residents interested in voicing their opinion on the Yeshiva Dormitory application will now have to wait until the New Year to do so.
Broad Street neighbors Jean Holtz and Marianne Earle have been asking Freehold Borough residents to voice their opinion about the Yeshiva Dormitory application during the public hearing portion of the Dec. 12 Freehold Borough Planning Board meeting. Through flyers, Holtz and Earle explain that the approved Yeshiva, a Jewish school, on Broad Street is now seeking to turn the basement of the building into a dormitory for 59 male students between the ages of 17 and 22.
The public hearing on the Yeshiva Dormitory was originally scheduled to be heard at the Wednesday, Dec. 12 Freehold Borough Planning Board meeting. However, the application has now been postponed and will be heard at the Wednesday, Jan. 9 Planning Board meeting instead.