We all know how much we hate to have to pay to get on OUR beaches, but now at least our amazing military veterans will not have to pay anymore.

And it is well deserved!!!
A bill that was passed last year, was officially signed by Governor Christie this past Monday, permits military personnel, veterans, their spouses and dependent children over the age of 12 to use their military identification a state driver's license or

identification card indicating that the holder is a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces for beach access instead of having to pay for a beach tag.Individual Municipalities have the discretion on whether they want to follow along with the bill, and it also applies to active members of the New Jersey National Guard who have completed initial active duty training as well as anyone 65 years or age or older or disabled.Newsworks has the full story.


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