Lebanon, N.H. Approves Smoking Ban for Parks and City-Owned Buildings

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This summer, the use of tobacco products and e-cigarettes will be banned in the parks and areas around city buildings in Lebanon, N.H. as on Wednesday the city unanimously approved a new smoking ban that will go into effect on July 1.

Once in effect, violators will be subject to a fine of $50 for a first offense, $100 for a second offense, and $200 for a third offense. Additionally, violators may be removed from the park or recreational area or facility.

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While the news isn’t good for smokers, there are promises that designated smoking areas are coming, according to Paul Coats, Lebanon’s director of recreation and parks, in a report by VNews.com.

Lebanon is home to approximately 13,600 residents.

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