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Bill would prevent Belmar from charging for beach badges

Under a plan being considered in Trenton, Belmar

Under a plan being considered in Trenton, Belmar would be prevented from charging people $7 for beach badges because it accepted money from the federal government to replenish Belmar Beach and rebuild the boardwalk. (April 15, 2014 6:27 PM)

A new bill has been proposed to ban fees in towns that use federal tax money to replenish their beaches.

Under a plan being considered in Trenton, Belmar would be prevented from charging people $7 for beach badges because it accepted money from the federal government to replenish Belmar Beach and rebuild the boardwalk.

The plan is raising concern because the badge fees help to pay for...

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