Tell Atlantic City to get rid of the Beach Bars
There are over 30,000 residents in the City Of Atlantic City, and we have Visitors from through-out the country and the world that come to the city that is "Always turned on." Many of these residents and visitors have children. During the summer, many of the youth in Atlantic City and tourists go to the boardwalk and to the beach to swim and to enjoy the Jersey Shore. However, due to the advent of the beach bars, the youth in the city and tourists are exposed to alcohol and lude behavior. Many of the locals do not have money to leave the island or send their children to camps, so the free beaches in Atlantic City is a great alternative. We are asking that our legislators pass a law that will prohibit the selling of alcohol on the beaches in New Jersey. We do not want to expose our impressionable youth to alcohol and lude behavior. We ask our legislators to put our youth first. We want our youth to have a safe and clean place to have fun.