Editorial: Restrictions on Brigantine beach drivers were inevitable

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PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY – The days of largely unrestricted vehicle access to North Brigantine Natural Area are over. A fabulous freedom to enjoy one of South Jersey’s most beautiful outdoor settings has been reined in after half a century, a sad loss for thousands of people … yet an inexorable advance of some of society’s other interests.

We’re only surprised that the status quo there lasted this long.

New Jersey acquired the undeveloped peninsula with its 2.5-mile-long beach in 1967. From then until this year, the state allowed Brigantine to oversee its use by people …

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