The marshland where the cabins are located is vast. The Mad Horse Creek Wildlife Management Area covers some 9,300 acres and the adjacent privately-owned lands cover several thousand more acres.
For years — actually generations — the cabins now targeted by the state have existed and been used with no notice from environmental officials until this year, owners say.
But that all changed early this year when a complaint was called into a DEP hotline early this year brought them to the state’s attention, officials said.
A “compliance evaluation” of the cabins took place in mid-March and owners were notified in June they …read more
Source: NJ.com Cumberland