Well, this is an interesting conversation and I say that because YOU are speaking and giving us YOUR thoughts on our topic, which this time around is "Top 5 Things That Annoy Us During Summer at the Jersey Shore!"

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I decided to let YOU voice your opinion and then share it with the entire Jersey Shore and see if YOU are right on target or if there are other thoughts and opinions that were not shared in our sample survey.

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Here are some of the comments we received while conducting our survey, thanks for all of you who took the time to participate this week :)

Sandra: Had you asked me this prior to the pandemic I would have had a list! I’m just so happy to see this summer has brought people and events back and local businesses are up and running that the usual complaints I’ve had have now taken a backseat. Though I’ll still wait to enjoy “Locals Summer” come September! lol

Stephen: Traffic is a double-edged sword, sucks for us but is needed by the business owners.

Rose: It's all year people that drive in the right lane when there are 3 lanes going the same way unless you're turning get your a** out of the right lane

Nick: The smell of weed on the boardwalk

 

 

Top 5 Things That Annoy Us During Summer at the Jersey Shore!

  1. Traffic
  2. Tourists
  3. Bugs
  4. Heat & Humidity
  5. Parking

Thank You everyone for taking part in our survey and these are "hot" topics at the Jersey Shore....traffic, tourists, bugs, heat/humidity, and parking.

 

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