You can’t smoke on N.J. beaches this summer. Who will enforce it?

TRENTON, N.J. — A new law went into effect last Wednesday banning smoking in New Jersey’s state parks and on its beaches. Violators are looking at a $250 fine (or up to $1,000 for subsequent offenses), though beach towns can decide to designate smoking zones should they so desire. 

The next problem: how, and by whom, can the law be enforced?

KYW Newsradio asked Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano who offered a verbal shrug. “Does the word ‘almost impossible’ seem to work for you?” Troiano told the radio station.

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