TOM DAVIS / PATCH.COM – New Jersey is on the brink of enacting a law that could ultimately eliminate private beaches, allowing anybody to go to any beach they want.
But there are some sticking points in the bill that beach-access advocates aren’t happy about, and could defeat the purpose the bill.
And you’d still have to pay – the bill doesn’t address that issue, nor does it deal with parking.
The Senate and Assembly passed a bill Monday that would provide for the protection of the public’s rights to access beaches under the “Public Trust Doctrine.” The near-unanimous votes sent the bill to Gov. Phil Murphy for his signature …