Murphy sues Asbury Park over indoor dining defiance

Two days after Asbury Park revealed it would violate Gov. Phil Murphy executive order and allow indoor dining, Murphy announced the state was suing the Jersey Shore’s premier dining destination to stop the service.

“We have worked with the governing body of Asbury Park to try to amicably resolve the issue of their resolution regarding indoor dining. Unfortunately, they have not done so,” Murphy said at his daily coronavirus briefing on Friday. “We have one set of rules and they are based on one principle — ensuring public health.”The Attorney General will be bringing a lawsuit later [Friday] ag…

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Posted: June 12th, 2020 | Author: | Filed under: Asbury Park, COVID-19, Monmouth County News | 5 Comments »

5 Comments on “Murphy sues Asbury Park over indoor dining defiance”

  1. He can, no problem. said at 4:22 pm on June 12th, 2020:

    They will vote to re- elect him next year.

  2. readslikeamafiabook said at 6:18 pm on June 12th, 2020:

    Asbury Park should sue Murphy. It’s been done in other States and has been successful. Who listens to Murphy anyway? He is solely responsible for all those deaths in nursing homes. He has blood on his hands.

  3. @ He Can said at 7:35 pm on June 12th, 2020:

    Sadly, you are correct. Even if they send in the storm troopers.

    But maybe Asbury Park can declare itself an autonomous zone as well 🙂

  4. readslikeamafiabook said at 3:31 am on June 13th, 2020:

    Asbury Park should defy this Order and battle it out. Other cities in the US have and won. Needless to say, Murphy has been wrong in the past, sending senior citizens to their deaths by his own E. O.

  5. The only thing is said at 9:01 am on June 13th, 2020:

    the few actual taxpayers, (proportionately,) in AP, would have to foot the bill. As is often the case, “Mother Government” gives, but when she takes away, we’re beat. Wish I thought the liberals among us were waking up to the fact that repeatedly voting for more government doesn’t improve our lives, it gets us more taxes and rules, and less freedom.