State DOT Approves Sukkah at the Clifton Park Rest Area
Travelers between Brooklyn and Montreal will be able to avail themselves of a sukkah at a popular rest area on their route due to the work of askonim.
Rabbi Berish Freilich, prominent askan and clergy chaplain to the New York State Police, told Rockland Daily that the New York State Department of Transportation has approved the building of a sukkah at the Clifton Park Rest Area in Saratoga County, 20 miles north of Albany.
“There are also minyanim for mincha and ma’ariv during the days of Chol Hamoe’d,” Rabbi Freilich said. “This service will be a great benefit to the crowds traveling between Montreal and the Tri-State Area.