NEWJERSEY: Point Beach Won’t be Residents-Only, But Parking Will be Restricted; Boardwalk May Be Last in N.J. to Reopen | Lavallette-Seaside Shorebeat

The mayor of Point Pleasant Beach has dropped his controversial plan to open the town’s sole public beach to residents-only after Gov. Phil Murphy declared the practice illegal over the past week.

The borough of Point Pleasant Beach owns one single beach in town – the Maryland Avenue beach near the Bay Head border – while the remainder of the oceanfront is private. The bulk of the beachfront is owned by Jenkinson’s Boardwalk, which remains closed.

Source: Point Beach Won’t be Residents-Only, But Parking Will be Restricted; Boardwalk May Be Last in N.J. to Reopen | Lavallette-Seaside Shorebeat

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So it would be “illegal” to restrict the beach to resident only, but restricting the parking — which accomplishes the same thing — isn’t.

That’s why “The Law” is a joke.

These “drones” (politicians and bureaucrats) always find a way to restrict freedom.

Shouldn’t restricting the parking be just as “illegal”?

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