Voters went to the polls on Tuesday and sent a clear message: Don't change Ocean City.
In a 3,383 to 1,524 vote, Ocean City residents defeated a ballot question that asked voters if they want to change the local ordinance prohibiting BYOB (bring your own bottle) restaurants in the dry town.
The election results are an unofficial tally that includes vote-by-mail ballots. The City Clerk's Office results will be posted here: ocnj.us/election.
The vote ends 16 months of passionate debate in Ocean City about the identity of the resort.
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Many Havertown and Haverford residents go to Ocean City during the summertime. What do you think of the vote?