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.
Officials announced Thursday morning that some roads in New Jersey and Pennsylvania remain closed due to superstorm Sandy.
Sea Isle City, known to the locals simply as Sea Isle, attracts thousands of visitors annually for its paved promenade and five miles of white-sand beaches. Surf, sand and sunsets are not this beach resort’s only attractions, however. Whether you’re looking for nightlife or wildlife, Sea Isle City has it all for couples, college students and families.
Between high gas prices and a still fragile economy, many of us are choosing to cut back on vacations again. And that–around here anyway–is good news for beach destinations in New Jersey.
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