as declared in Laguna Beach would be the first Orange County city with a citywide smoking ban, Hallett said.
Laguna Beach put its first smoking ban in effect in 1985, and has broadened it six times since then.
A citywide survey on a range of topics taken last summer indicated that 75 percent of Laguna Beach residents approved the idea of a citywide ban on smoking.
LAGUNA BEACH A plan to ban smoking throughout the city, including on sidewalks, bike paths, alleys and in parking structures, is moving forward and could be a first in Orange County.
“It’s going to be difficult in Laguna Beach where we have six million visitors,” he said.
Laguna Beach looks at banning smoking in all public places
Seventy-five percent of respondents to a community survey last year in Laguna said they favored a citywide ban on smoking in all public places.
This effectively bars them in places where tobacco smoking is prohibited, such as restaurants, bars, public transit and playgrounds.
On Tuesday, the City Council supported extending the list to all public places — including alleys, bike paths, sidewalks, parking lots and plazas — as well as common areas of multi-unit residences.
Jerry Brown last year signed a package of tobacco-related bills that included raising the legal smoking age from 18 to 21 and classifying electronic smoking devices as tobacco products.
The list of places where Laguna Beach bans smoking is apparently getting longer.
Laguna Beach considering citywide public smoking ban
“If eventually approved Laguna Beach would become the first city in Orange County with a citywide smoking ban.
I’m an ex-smoker,” said Laguna Beach resident David Supowitz.The ban would also include e-cigarettes and vapes.
I think people should be smoking inside,” said Frank Macias, a Laguna Beach resident.
“I’m 110 percent for it (the ban),” said Linda Supowitz of Laguna Beach.
“I love Laguna Beach because they’re trying to do this.
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