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Harrington Park, N.J. Moves Forward with Park Smoking Ban

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The borough of Harrington Park, N.J. appears headed towards a smoking ban in parks, recreational areas and public buildings, as an ordinance was introduced at the borough council meeting on May 19 and have scheduled a public hearing on the proposal for June 17.

The ordinance creates a 35 foot boundary from parks, playgrounds, athletic fields and courts, and municipal buildings, and carries fines of $50 to $200 for violations or the ordinance, according to NorthJersey.com.

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Harrington Park is a borough in Bergen County, located approximately 25 miles north of Newark. It had a 2012 population of 4,805 residents.

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