Description: Memorial Day ushers in the summer season at the Jersey shore. But after last year's troubles with pollution that caused many beaches to close, what can we look forward to this year? From Sandy Hook to Cape May, the fouling of coastal waters has tarnished the Shore's image, and threatened an $8 billion dollar a year industry. In this edition, Robert Lipsyte talks with Norine Bodman, director of the New Jersey Department of Travel and Tourism; Cindy Zipf, coordinator of Clean Ocean Action; Wayne Cimorelli, president of the New Jersey Amusement Association; and John Conover of the Monmouth County Board of Realtors. Original Broadcast Date: 5-29-89
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