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Atlantic City's Steel Pier
Atlantic City's Steel Pier (Townsquare Media)
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What Would Make You ‘DO’ AC? What About Free Beaches?

New Jersey has spent over twenty million dollars in advertising trying to get you to “Do AC”.  The ads tout all that there is to do, including new casinos like Revel, the brand new Margaritaville and even a boardwalk light  show, They even talk about surfing! But the one thing they don’t mention that I think would be a HUGE selling point, the free beaches.

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Long Beach Island
Long Beach Island (Twitter)
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Don’t Expect NJ Beaches To Ever Be Entirely Free [AUDIO]

Starting this summer, a new State Senate task force will be looking at the issue of beach fees in New Jersey.

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Point Pleasant, NJ
Flickr user: Kelly Schott
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Beach Fees to Increase This Summer – Is This a Good Idea?

By Jeff Deminski

As the massive rebuilding efforts began post-Sandy, many in New Jersey felt it would only be right for shore towns to stop charging them to walk on their beaches when it was our tax money that went towards the restoration. Summer is almost here. The unofficial start being Memorial Day Weekend, we're only days away. Interesting to learn that not only did the towns charging beach fees keep it that way, some are increasing those fees.

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Wildwood Scraps Beach Fee Referendum

Wildwood, long one of New Jersey's most popular beaches in part because it's free, will remain that way.

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Wildwood Beach
Wildwood Beach (Flickr User Belzie)
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Wildwood Residents to Vote on Beach Fees

Wildwood officials will hold a special election March 5 to ask voters if they want beach fees.

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Flickr user sikeri
Flickr user sikeri
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Belmar Scraps Plan to Raise Beach Fees Post-Sandy

A popular Jersey shore resort that was pummeled by Superstorm Sandy won't be raising the price of its beach badges this summer after all.

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Cape May Beach
(Cape May Beach) Flickr user Mike's Trailhead
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Steve Sweeney Keeps Up Attack on Beach Fees

State Senate President Stephen Sweeney is continuing to speak out in support of making New Jersey beaches free.

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