Police issues no citations in the month since Modesto’s no smoking in park ban. Nearby cities such as Laguna Woods and Laguna Hills had “C” grades due to more-stringent non-smoking rules for housing and outdoor spaces, according to a Laguna Beach staff report. Laguna Beach appears on its way to banning smoking in any public place in town — an action the city says would be the strictest smoking regulation in Orange County. In Laguna Woods, no more than 20% of rooms can be designated as smoking spaces. Laguna Hills bans smoking within 20 feet of all outdoor dining and patio areas and on elevators, escalators and stairways. A handful of Laguna Beach High School students urged the council to support the ordinance, citing not only secondhand smoke but also unsightly used cigarette butts.
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Laguna Beach becomes first city in Orange County to ban smoking in town – Orange County Register
The Laguna Beach City Council first took up the idea in January following a host of resident complaints.
Laguna Beach put its first smoking ban in effect in 1985, and has broadened it six times since then.
Dana Point Mayor Debra Lewis pointed to Laguna Beach and Manhattan Beach as cities who are doing right by their residents.
The Dana Point City Council last week also directed its staff to explore a citywide smoking ban and follow Laguna’s lead.
Jerry Brown signed a package of tobacco bills that included these devices in the state’s smoking ban restriction.
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