Manchester Comes Together In Support Of Anti-Semite’s Arson Victims

On Friday, Dominick Tedeschi and his crew at Boulder Petroleum cleared the fire debris from the Revas home on 1st Avenue in Pine Lake Park.

Boulder Petroleum answered Mayor Rob Arace’s call for the community to rally around Angel and Brenda Revas and their daughters, who’s under-construction home was burned to the ground, by a man whom the police say was targeting Jewish homes in PLP..

Through a collaborative effort of Manchester Township and the Manchester community, many are rallying around this family.

Contractors, builders, electrical contractors, strutural engineers, landscapers, churches and shuld and many individuals have pledged their time and resources to a labor of love—free of charge.

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