The cast of "Jersey Shore" is finding fewer locations along the Shore that will welcome them.

Seaside Heights initially denied the show's application for a filming permit, but gave in and allowed a special 2-day permit. Wildwood shut down the request immediately, and the show ended up recently getting footage in Atlantic City.

Now, Brick Township has denied MTV's request for a filming permit.

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That million-dollar house is where the production crew wanted to film, but couldn't get approved.

Brick Mayor John Ducey said

It’s a residential zone...[it] isn’t even near anything commercial, and we didn’t think the increase in traffic would be appropriate for a neighborhood.

I know a majority of us who actually live in these Shore towns are fed up with the show, with reps from Wildwood releasing a statement saying they don't "welcome the message that the MTV show ‘Jersey Shore’ presents to its viewers." MTV already sent the Jersey Shore gang to Miami for this season's reunion, so it may be time to say goodbye for good.

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