I share the same thoughts. I did a quick check on the number of park police and CO's that work the parks, forests and WMA's in that area and the count is 30 on the payroll. I don't understand why a small group cannot be put together every now and then to hit that site on weekends, as has been done in Greenwood at least twice. It doesn't sound like something so impossible to do and the effect would be more than reposting signs just to have them removed again. I wonder if anyone has checked to see how many summons' have been issued back there for existing reg violations, if any. Since they are separate state units, perhaps Parks & Forests and the Park Police need to get together and work more effectively together.
The fact of the matter is that the people back there aren't bothering anyone , yea some of the people are very disrepectful and are tearing up land , but the cops have alot more to worry about then a bunch of trucks in the woods that's are technically staying out of trouble , atleast there not out robbing and murdering people like half of the rest of the state , if people are concerned about underage drinking I'm sure the cops grab enough people on the streets on the way out , the state and developers already knock down enough woods and farm land to build houses so in theory why are they gonna worry about a bunch of truck tearing up some woods in the middle of nowhere , there's so many one sided people that don't look at the whole picture , and the purpose of njtlc is to spread education of the pines and try to get everyone on the same page , alot of people's paradise is seeing the pines untouched and alot of people see paradise being a nice swampy mud hole , it's like a double edge blade here and everyone seems to have blinders on and are so stubborn to see it any other way