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A proposal by the Board of Health to ban smoking in downtown Northampton and Florence drew strong support from residents who attended a public forum Thursday night. “I’m completely for it,” said James Winston, an attorney with offices on Main Street. “If
Rider Jayant Kumar Vodela is upset about people smoking… If you see somebody smoking in these areas, you don’t have to call 911. You can text transit police at MyMTPD (696873) or call 202-962-2121.
The new rules banning vaping and smoking e-cigarettes and marijuana at all outdoor dining areas of restaurants and bars in unincorporated county areas and on the periphery of any county facility are expected to be adopted early next year.
At the council meeting, Mayor Richard Finley said the board had discovered an error in the proposed smoking ordinance and suggested the item be deferred. There was no mention of what the error was. The board unanimously agreed to defer the proposal.
A. This is an increasingly more common complaint. The association’s governing documents can offer relief if they include the typical language that prohibits residents from engaging in noxious or offensive conduct or conduct that may be an annoyance to ot
Singapore is not the only Southeast Asian country changing its smoking policies. Neighbor Malaysia’s Deputy Health Minister Lee Boon Chye announced a new smoking ban inside all restaurants and in open hawker centres and roadside stalls, which will take ef
Commissioners may approve an ordinance that would amend city code as it pertains to the use of tobacco products and vapor products. “It is the intent of the City Commission — in enacting this ordinance — to provide for the public health, safety and welfa
Montreal had originally said it would allow cannabis consumption in parks where tobacco smoking is permitted, but the new provincial government has other plans.
It’s going to be 100 per cent smoke-free for all three St. Lawrence College campuses — Kingston, Brockville and Cornwall — beginning this coming Monday. “This is an important decision,” Glenn Vollebregt, president and CEO of St. Lawrence College, said a