LBI Woman Charged for Renting Out Her Condo

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LONG BEACH ISLAND, NJ – A Jersey City woman obviously didn’t get Assemblyman Greg McGuckin’s memo that BENNY’s aren’t wanted here at the Jersey Shore during the COVID-19 pandemic and for that, she was charged after renting out her condo.
In a clear violation of Murphy’s Law… and McGuckin’s Law, she brazenly rented out her condo for just 10 days instead of the mandated 30 day rentals to prevent people from violating the law regarding shore rentals.

Paulina B Kashirsky, 35, of Jersey City, was charged by the Long Beach Township Police on Friday, April 10, with violating the emergency orders for renting a condominium she owns on Long Beach Island for 10 days. She also was charged with obstruction (disorderly persons offense) for falsely claiming to have rented it for 30 days.

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