Borough of Bradley Beach, NJ
Monmouth County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Commissioners (now Mayor and Council) of the Borough of Bradley Beach 8-12-1930 (Sec. 4-3 of the 1974 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Curfew — See Ch. 166.
As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
LOITERING
Remaining idle or walking aimlessly about in essentially one location.
PARENT or GUARDIAN
Includes any adult person having care or custody of a minor, whether by reason of blood relationship, the order of any court or otherwise.
PUBLIC PLACE
A place to which the public has access and shall include any public building and grounds, street, highway, road, alley, boardwalk or sidewalk. It shall also include the front or neighborhood of a store, shop, restaurant, tavern or other place of business, and public grounds, areas, as well as parking lots or other vacant private property not owned by or under the control of the person charged with violating this chapter or, in the case of a minor, not owned or under the control of his parent or guardian.
No person shall loiter in a public place in such a manner as to:
A. 
Create or cause to be created a danger of a breach of the peace.
B. 
Create or cause to be created any disturbance or annoyance to the comfort and repose of any person.
C. 
Obstruct the free passage of pedestrians or vehicles.
D. 
Obstruct, molest or interfere with any person lawfully in a public place. This subsection shall include the making of unsolicited remarks of an offensive, disgusting or insulting nature or which are calculated to annoy or disturb the person to whom, or in whose hearing, they are made.
Any person violating the provisions of § 295-2 may be ordered to move on by a police officer, failing which he shall be guilty of an additional violation.
No parent or guardian of a minor under the age of 18 years shall knowingly permit that minor to loiter in violation of this chapter. Whenever any minor under the age of 18 years is charged with a violation of this chapter, his parent or guardian shall be notified of this fact by the Chief of Police or any other person designated by the Chief of Police to give such notice. If at any time within 30 days following the giving of notice, the minor to whom such notice related again violates this chapter, it shall be presumed in the absence of evidence to the contrary that the minor did so with the knowledge and permission of his parent or guardian.
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Editor's Note: See also Ch. 166, Curfew.