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The Eruv was checked today by David Z and is suitable for use this Shabbat, Parshat Re’eh.

Shabbat shalom,
David

The rav hamachshir for the eruv is R. Chaim Jacter. The eruv website is http://a2eruv.org/ and the map can be found at http://a2eruv.org/map

NOTE: The eruv often swerves from one side of the street to the other. Please study the map carefully in order to determine on which side of the street it is suitable to carry.

The eruv was checked by Logan and had some repairs done my David Z. yesterday and is suitable to use this Shabbes Nachamu, parashat Vaetchanan.

The rav hamachshir for the eruv is R. Chaim Jachter. The eruv website is http://a2eruv.org/ and the map can be found at http://a2eruv.org/map

NOTE: The eruv often swerves from one side of the street to the other. Please study the map carefully in order to determine on which side of the street it is suitable to carry.

The Eruv was checked on Thursday by Issac A. and is suitable for use this Shabbat, August 1.

Shabbat shalom,
David

The rav hamachshir for the eruv is R. Chaim Jacter. The eruv website is http://a2eruv.org/ and the map can be found at http://a2eruv.org/map

NOTE: The eruv often swerves from one side of the street to the other. Please study the map carefully in order to determine on which side of the street it is suitable to carry.

The eruv was checked by David Z. today and is suitable to use this Shabbat, July 25.

Shabbat shalom,
David

The rav hamachshir for the eruv is R. Chaim Jacter. The eruv website is http://a2eruv.org/ and the map can be found at http://a2eruv.org/map

NOTE: The eruv often swerves from one side of the street to the other. Please study the map carefully in order to determine on which side of the street it is suitable to carry.

The eruv was checked by me today and is suitable to use this shabbes, parashat Matot.

The rav hamachshir for the eruv is R. Chaim Jachter. The eruv website is http://a2eruv.org/ and the map can be found at http://a2eruv.org/map

NOTE: The eruv often swerves from one side of the street to the other. Please study the map carefully in order to determine on which side of the street it is suitable to carry.

Blog Update

Two quick notes.

1. Though the blog is sometimes has been updated only intermittently, the eruv has been faithfully checked weekly since its construction in 2010. We anticipate doing a better job of maintaining the blog moving forward.

2. Though the "About the Eruv" is correct, some of the posts have misspelled the name of the rav hamachsir. The rav hamachshir is indeed Rabbi Chaim Jachter of Teaneck, NJ.

The eruv was checked by David Z. yesterday and with a little bit on my handiwork today, is suitable to use this shabbes, parashat Balak.

The rav hamachshir for the eruv is R. Chaim Jacter. The eruv website is http://a2eruv.org/ and the map can be found at http://a2eruv.org/map

NOTE: The eruv often swerves from one side of the street to the other. Please study the map carefully in order to determine on which side of the street it is suitable to carry.

Best,
Zev

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