Have you driven down Pine Street recently? have you noticed a nice big house right across the entrance to Forest Park? Well guess what – it’s the house of our beloved Menashe Miller.
Ever wonder how Deputy Mayor Menashe Miller can afford such a house? Looking at his financial disclosure form raises some serious questions. Before you start attacking me, that it’s not my business, let me let you in on a little secret. IT IS!!!! It’s all our business. He is a public figure and he has no right to take advantage of his position. That’s exactly why he needs to fill out a disclosure form.
As you can see on the form- he claims to be a very poor man. No assets. Barely any income. He makes sure to keep all assets under other names. His house is owned by Mr. Eisen who in exchange for this favor got his 1st street building approved for 6 floors with no parking!!
His investment properties are owned by many different people. To mention one of his secret partners: Kalman ‘Kevin’ Frisch. (see list of properties). The deal is simple. Menashe Miller goes to every police department in NJ and in exchange for favors from the Lakewood Police Department demands they use Banquets Payments owned by Kalman ‘Kevin’ Frisch for their payment processing. Once they agree, a generic email goes out from Banquets Payments asking the Police Department to join. From the money that comes in, Kalman ‘Kevin’ Frisch purchases another piece of property under his name. Even though the property is under Frisch’s name, they have an Operating Agreement stating that the properties are 50%-50%. (Operating Agreements are not registered anywhere, and only surface if the partners show it).NJDCA-FinancialDisclosurezjab2fr (2)