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Management and Maintenance

Appropriate management and maintenance of public access locations is vital in meeting the municipality’s obligation to provide the public access to tidal lands and waters. It also enhances the municipalities where they exist.  Management and maintenance roles may be held by the municipality or they may be shared with other entities or totally handled by another entity or entities.  The best arrangements are ones that encourage a strong sense of responsibility for the location and regular engagement. A municipality should be open to using the most effective means for each situation. 

Management and Maintenance
Waterfront Public Access: Design Guidelines provides assistance in understanding, developing and implementing public access to New Jersey coastal waters. It was prepared in 1989 by The Fellows Read Organization at the request of the Division of Coastal Resources, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

 

 

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