It's for our own good


It may be hard for some to accept but, long term, it will be good for the community if commercial tour operators follow state law and register for the required permit to take people to the Petroglyph Beach State Historic Site.

That includes collecting $6 per person from customers and sending the money to the state Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation.

The fee was on the books long before the beach was designated a state historic site in 2000, bringing it under the permit requirements. It’s just that no one realized it— not the borough or the businesses that took people to the observation d...

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