While the residents are been fired up about Wildwood, N.J., officials of city look for a permit for the RVs on beach, state & county agencies do not see plan as really problematic. Gerald Thornton, the free holder director at Cape May County Emergency Management that they don’t see it as problem.
“We don’t see it as an issue,” said Thornton said that if there was emergency situation, like one of Cape May County had encountered in last August along with Hurricane Irene, the RVs will get organized & directed off beaches 1st. This was a report that was seen on the Internet.
Larry Ragonese, who is spokesman along with New Jersey DEP or Department of Environmental Protection said that they aren’t allowed for doing that and it is up to town. He also said that till they do not build any asphalt or road way of macadam, till beach is natural, they’re allowed for doing all that.
Ragonese had noted that if any thing leaked from the campers, it’d have to be cleaned properly, but apart from that, DEP didn’t have any involvement for regulating the RVs for beaches of state.
Pete Byron, the City Commissioner, says that Wildwood had sought out permit from state for approving all the aspects of plan of beach revenue, including the hosting of RVs on beach. But he had said that this permit wasn’t necessary for allowing the RVs on beaches, & this process isn’t regulated by state.
Byron says that they are really allowed for doing it with out getting input from state. Byron says that Point Break, which is company of management, was hired recently by city for regulating RVs. 1 major regulation, said Byron, is all RVs have to be self-contained, which means that it has capability to supply electricity, drainage & water with out any external hookups.