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Published on Nov 15, 2007
The Jersey Shore Chapter of Surfrider Foundation is working with other environmental and historic preservation groups to stop the development of the Takanassee Beach Club in Long Branch, NJ. This family owned private beach club has three 100 + year old US Life-Saving Service buildings on the property. The family has sold to a developer contingent on a CAFRA (Coastal Area Facility Review Act) permit from the New Jersey Department of EnvironmentalProtection. This stretch of coast is notoriously bad for public access and Surfrider would rather see the property turned into a public beach park. The historic preservation groups would like to see the buildings saved and restored.