Towns that play host to reality programs like "The Jersey Shore" may have a little more leverage in their arsenals should a proposed bill pass.
Ocean County Assemblyman Ronald Dancer (R-12) is expected to introduce a bill on Sept. 24 dubbed the "Snookiville Law," which would allow municipalities with licensing ordinances the ability to include conditions on production companies such as requiring crews to pay for additional police, if needed, according to an article in the Asbury Park Press.
The name is a play off the nickname of Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, one of the principal characters in Jersey Shore.
It's a topic near and dear to Morristown, . Morristown currently , and news of our potential guests brought a wave of response, .
The , however, just days before 495 Productions was expected to bring Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Polizzi—who recently moved to East Hanover—into town to begin filming. After , the production .
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