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January 19, 1990 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-19

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Due to an incredible response, this sale
will be continued through January 31.

approved by township
trustees, the foundation
could not build its educa-
tional campus without get-
ting a zoning change,
something Rabbi Yitschak
Kagan, associate director of
the Lubavitch Foundation,
does not think will happen
because of the township's
strict standards.
While Rabbi Kagan is
upset about this newest or-
dinance, the foundation has
not given up its plans to
build the educational cam-
pus complete with parks, a
Judaica library, a Jewish art
museum, a rabbinical col-
lege, a Soviet Jewish center,
a day care center and a
center for the elderly.
The foundation is com-
pleting its search for an
architect to draw the retreat
plans, Rabbi Kagan said. He
also has some financial
commitments toward the
campus buildings, he said.
"They can't put a stop to
anything we are doing. All
our plans can proceed,"
Rabbi Kagan said. "We are
very resolute. We are very
confident we can win."

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$2200 $999
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$3200 $1499
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•Ranch Mink Coats, Dye Added $4000 $1699
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$4500 $1999
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Men and Women!
Financing Available.

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Township Okays
JCC Bike Path

PATEK PHILIPPE
ROLEX
AUDEMARS
VACHERON

SUSAN GRANT

Staff Writer

A

lthough Congrega-
tion B'nai Moshe and
the Lubavitch Foun-
dation are having trouble
with West Bloomfield
Township officials, township
trustees unanimously ap-
proved a proposal Jan. 15
allowing the Jewish Com-
munity Center to build a
bike path on Maple Road.
Mort Plotnick, JCC exec-
utive director, said the
Center will build a half-mile
bike path on Maple Road
this spring.
The path, which is ex-
pected to cost the Center
more than $30,000, will con-
nect to already existing bike
paths on Maple and Drake
roads, Plotnick said. When
the path is completed, it will
be turned over to the
township.
Getting the bike path ap-
proved by the township was
a "standard formality," he
said.
It has been on the center's
plans since the building was
constructed in the mid-
1970s, he said, adding it was
not to be built until the area
was more developed. ❑

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