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Old 06-14-2022, 12:58 PM
 
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Originally Posted by NJpoliticiansarecrooks View Post
Not true at all. Brick, Jackson, Manchester and Berkeley, to name just a few, are highly-populated towns with nearly all of their residents there year round. Outside of LBI and beach areas like Lavallette and Mantoloking, Ocean County is a year-round place.

If you say otherwise, you're not as familiar with the area as you claim to be.
I dont consider Jackson, NJ or Manchester the shore, or probably what the OP is looking for. It might be in Ocean County but both are the middle of nowhere in the state and creeping on getting into the suburbs of Philly. Berkely is a mixed bag, i purchased some property earlier this year in a business for a seasonal investment, maybe across rt. 9 has more year round people but its a mixed bag of vacation homes and really an extension of Toms River.
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