“We’re working as a united front instead of a friendly rivalry that the contest has become over the past five years,” says Kim Kosko with the New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium.
As Officials Work To Ensure Some NJ Beaches Are Up And Running, Displaced Families Are Up Against Summer Renters
With all of the coverage of Superstorm Sandy’s devastation along the Jersey Shore, Cape May County tourism and local officials like Sea Isle mayor Len Desiderio want to change what they fear is the perception that every New Jersey beach town has been devastated.
That long walk on the beach in Wildwood will remain free this summer, even as the town wrestles with the million dollar annual cost of keeping the beach clean.
Summertime crowds are gone, as Jay Lloyd heads for a Cape May getaway.
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New Jersey residents love those nearby beaches, but a new poll finds that they hate not having access to restrooms “down the shore.”