SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ – Shorebeat – Seaside Heights, home to one of New Jersey’s more popular boardwalks is now saying the borough may take a wait-and-see approach to reopening its boardwalk, according to a story in Shorebeat. The borough just a few weeks ago was asking the state for a $2 million public bailout because of losses associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. “I want to open with caution,” said Vaz in the article. “I want to make sure that, first, the stay-at-home order is taken off the books. Once the governor’s office takes away that stay-at-home order, it’s saying people can go about their business, but it doesn’t mean there won’t be restrictions.”
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