A New Jersey beach town has yet to write a ticket for anyone violating its saggy pants ordinance, which took effect over the July Fourth holiday weekend.
The New Jersey town of Belmar has begun taking more steps to prevent damage from future hurricanes.
Sixty percent of the boardwalk was also destroyed and FEMA doesn’t want to pay to replace it.
The remains of a boardwalk ride washed up in Seaside Park this weekend and beachgoers on the Jersey Shore are asking if the the water will be safe this summer.
The proposed regulations would ban overly saggy pants, going shirtless and walking with bare feet on the boardwalk.
Long Beach has come a long way from the devastation of superstorm Sandy, but the work isn’t done, and residents and business owners told WCBS 880 Long Island Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs that they won’t stop until it’s all finished.
Best known, perhaps, as the town where Bruce Springsteen got his start, Asbury Park is an easy escape into New Jersey’s colorful past, and an equally exciting modern beach destination. Expect plenty of impressive Victorian and early 20th-century architecture standing proudly alongside dramatic new construction, unique shopping and a vibrant nightlife.
One quarter mile of boardwalk facing the most popular beaches will open on July 23. The other 80 percent is expected to be complete by early November.
The last of the Long Island state parks shut down by superstorm Sandy has reopened just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
Gov. Chris Christie was on hand for a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday for the brand new Belmar boardwalk which was destroyed by the Oct. 29 storm.
On Monday, Lavallette held a ceremony to officially reopen its boardwalk, three-quarters of which was wrecked by the Oct. 29 storm. Mayor Walter LoCicero said having a boardwalk has long been part of his town’s identity.
A rally was held Sunday urging the New York City Parks Department to pick up the pace in replacing the Rockaway Beach boardwalk that was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.
Rye Playland opened for the season Saturday, more than six months after Superstorm Sandy nearly destroyed it.
Superstorm Sandy was so devastating and so traumatic. Something like that can be truly scarring for children, and one former New Jerseyan is trying to help them through it.
The 1.3-mile boardwalk was completely destroyed in the storm. Now, the boards are down and just the finishing touches remain.