GRENADA, Miss. (AP) - The Grenada City Council will vote Dec. 8
on an ordinance that would ban smoking in public places in the
The council gave tentative approeel to the ordinance this week
during a work session.
The proposed ordinance would prohibit smoking in bars,
restaurants and indoor public places. It would not apply to tobacco
stores, or to private residences unless they were being used for
child care, adult day care or health care.
The ordinance calls for signs prohibiting smoking and tobacco
posted at the primary entrance of the business.
A first violation would carry a $25 fine with $50 for the second
offense and $250 for the third offense.
Information from: The Daily Star, http://www.grenadastar.com