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Belmar Puts End to ‘Beach Spreading’ by Banning Large Tents and Canopies during Busy Summer Season

September 7, 2017

BELMAR, NJ — When heading to the Belmar beach next summer, make sure to leave the tent or canopy at home.

The borough council on September 5 approved a measure that prohibits tents, canopies or any shade-producing devices measuring more than 36 inches in height, width or depth on their beaches from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Most beach umbrellas and small sun shelters measuring under ...

Belmar Beaches Free on Labor Day, But Donations to Hurricane Relief Fund Welcome

BELMAR, NJ — Beach access and parking will be free on Labor Day, September 4, as Mayor Matthew Doherty is waiving the $8 daily badge fee and encouraging beach-goers to instead make a donation to the borough's hurricane relief fund.

Collection boxes have been in place since September 1 at every oceanfront entrance for beach-goers who want to contribute to the Belmar Hurricane Harvey ...

Belmar Being Sued in a Different Kind of 10th Avenue Freeze Out

FREEHOLD, NJ — Belmar is being sued for allegedly breaking the terms of two leases held by the same beachfront vendor.

Hilary and Trent Colanduoni, owners of 10th Avenue Freeze Out, have accused the borough of breach of contract on its new 10-year lease at the recently opened Rowland Pavilion at 10th Avenue and another lease they claim allows them to operate their ice cream concession ...

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