Fort Lee, N.J. Bans Smoking at Parks

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Last night, Fort Lee became the latest place in New Jersey where smoking in public parks became illegal. A 5-0 vote will now ban smoking at parks and 35-feet from the entrances.

Fines will be $250 for a first offense, $500 for a second and $1,000 for each offense thereafter. Fort Lee becomes the 240th of 565 municipalities in New Jersey to impose some sort of ban on smoking.

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Fort Lee is located west of Manhattan, it is connected to the island by the George Washington bridge. It has a population of 35,000.

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