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US New Jersey Homeowner Issued Summonses Over Pool Rental for Party of 85 Kids

17:43  01 august  2020
17:43  01 august  2020 Source:   newsweek.com

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A Toms River homeowner was cited by the township after renting out the house’s pool for a gathering of 85 “The township has ordinances in place which prohibit daily rentals of houses and swimming pools The homeowner , who was not identified, was issued two summonses for failure to obtain a

A house party in New Jersey was so packed with partygoers openly flouting the state's Covid-19 crowd guidelines this weekend that it took police officers over 5 hours to break. The homeowner and two party organizers were each issued summons , the statement said. "Come on folks!

The Toms River Township in New Jersey cited a homeowner who allowed their house to be rented for a pool party with 85 children.

a group of people swimming in a large body of water: With the Manhattan skyline in the background, swimmers escape the heat July 10, 2002 in West New York, New Jersey. A homeowner in Toms River Township, New Jersey was issued a summons after allowing 85 minors to rent a swimming pool for a pool party. © Spencer Platt/Getty With the Manhattan skyline in the background, swimmers escape the heat July 10, 2002 in West New York, New Jersey. A homeowner in Toms River Township, New Jersey was issued a summons after allowing 85 minors to rent a swimming pool for a pool party.

According to a press release from the township, two summonses were issued to the North Dover section homeowner for violating two ordinances: 579-5.c and 335-43, which pertain to failure to obtain a permit for commercial use of a swimming pool and renting a pool, respectively.

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Code enforcement officers, who were working with the mayor's quality of life task force, investigated the incident on July 16 between 1:30 and 2:30 p.m. The officers saw two buses delivering the 85 minors to the party. The children paid a fee to use the homeowner's pool.

The investigation is ongoing, but there haven't been any other violations found. An August 10 court date was set.

Toms River Mayor Maurice Hill said that enforcing these ordinances was an important part of his role as mayor.

"The Township has ordinances in place which prohibit daily rentals of houses and swimming pools in residential neighborhoods. As Mayor, it is my job to enforce these ordinances and I remind our residents that any similar violations will be addressed in the same manner," Hill said in a statement.

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A house party in New Jersey was so packed with partygoers openly flouting the state's Covid-19 crowd guidelines this weekend that it took police officers over 5 hours to break it up. The homeowner and two party organizers were each issued summons , the statement said. "Come on folks!

Pool -sharing pioneer Asher Weinberger says his nationwide Swimply app has never had a problem And the one problem is in Toms River, New Jersey .” Swimply is the dominant platform in the One complaint resulted in the town issuing a summons to a pool owner on Vincenzo Drive, who pleaded

People commented on the township's Facebook post regarding the incident, supporting Hill for enforcing the ordinances. "Good for Mayor Hill! Same is happening in Jackson but code enforcement tells residents who complain 'there's nothing we can do about that,'" one person wrote.

Other people criticized the homeowners for letting people rent out the pool. "It needs to stop! No residents deserve to have their neighborhood become like a community pool," a resident wrote.

Residents also raised concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic, saying that renting out the pool was not practicing social distancing guidelines. "Why would someone do this, just for the money? Do they not care about social distancing and protection from infection ? Why are there not STIFF fines for this?? Come on Town, Man up," the resident wrote.

New Jersey officials allowed public pools to reopen beginning in June. According to guidance from the state, the New Jersey Department of Health recommends pool operators review CDC guidelines about pools reopening.

The Toms River Township Police Department did not respond to Newsweek's emailed request for comment. Newsweek reached out to the Toms River Township mayor's office, but did not receive an on-the-record comment in time for publication.

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