MTV's "Snooki & JWoww" can keep things business as usual in a residential neighborhood on the Jersey Shore, a judge decided Monday.
Residents of Pelican Island in Berkeley Township, N.J., had requested an injunction against 495 Productions to stop the cameras from rolling, but Ocean County Superior Court Judge E. David Millard wasn't buying what they were selling, the Asbury Park Press reported Wednesday.
Still in the mix: a zoning challenge filed last week by attorney Ron Gasiorowski on behalf of a neighbor two doors down from the house where Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jenni "JWoww" Farley are doing their reality-TV thing.
The property owner, who previously rented the "Jersey Shore" house to 495 Productions for four seasons, is reportedly seeking a zoning variance to the township's prohibition on commercial activity in residential neighborhoods.
A neighbor across the street from the "Snooki & JWoww" house told the Press that the production hasn't bothered him and hasn't attracted tourists, as happened with "Jersey Shore" production in Seaside Heights.
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