No one knows exactly what the New Jersey coastline will look like this summer, but a shore-area lawmaker has offered his optimistic outlook for this year's tourism season and what it means for the many to follow.
There are tight marketing budgets in the aftermath of Sandy, but some tourism officials in Monmouth and Ocean counties plan to use their website to tell potential visitors that the Jersey Shore is open for business.
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