‘Jersey Shore’s Seaside Heights wants quiet beaches

People stand on the Seaside Heights boardwalk two years after Hurricane Sandy on October 29, 2014. Hurricane Sandy was recorded as the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season. Kena Betancur/Getty Images

A New Jersey town made famous by the Jersey Shore reality TV series and its hard-partying cast is ready for some quiet time on its beaches.

Seaside Heights is banning speakers, boomboxes and any other devices that amplify music from its beaches, beginning Friday. It’s part of a 60-day experiment.

Borough administrator Christopher Vaz tells the council received complaints about loud music, and lifeguards have reported confrontations between beachgoers over the volume.

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Vaz says he’s actually seen people wheeling out speakers the size of luggage onto the beach.

Beach attendants will ask patrons to leave the amplification in their vehicles and lifeguards will be watching for violators.

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For beachgoers who want to listen to music, it now must be straight from their mobile devices or through a pair of ear buds.

Many critics of the MTV show, including Republican Gov. Chris Christie, complained it offered an unflattering portrayal of the state.

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