Orth not likely to vend bait and tackle in Cape May
After months of discussion between the city and Richard Orth Jr. about his proposal to vend bait and tackle on the Cape May beachfront during the fall, winter and spring, City Council was again considering allowing for a trial period during its Tuesday, Oct.
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#1 Nov 10, 2009
At least they should let him have a trial period.What does the city of Cape May have against surf fishing? Its the only town in capemay county that prohibits driving on the beach during the spring and fall season now they are going to stop the only tackle shop that caters to the surf caster`s needs from expanding his bussiness.
#2 Nov 11, 2009
There's not much tourist business to be had and many business owners search for ways to sell their wares - especially during this down economy. He would be trying to maintain his business in the off season and he's in no ones way. He would help the surf fishers by providing them with needed equipment (equipment!?.) It's not going to hurt the beach and it might help a local business (as well as locals.)
Let him sell!
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