Friday, October 22, 2010

Alabaster City Council passes prescription smoking

Published: Thursday, October 21 2010, 10 H 40 mise à jour: Thursday October 21, 2010, 10: 42

Restaurants and hotels in Alabaster at the beginning of 2011 to decide if will be allowed to smoke and Mayor David Frings is not happy with the requirement.

City Council voted to adopt first order the city tonight Alabaster regulate the use of tobacco in public places. The new law requires that the owners of restaurants, hotels and motels within the limits of the Alabaster city to declare whether to authorise the use of tobacco.

Several residents support order, even though most of those who said that the Act does not go far enough.Subject speaks as much against the passage of the order, but the opponents have a powerful ally in the Mayor.

"Government intrusion into a private company" said Frings bothers him.He said 42 restaurants of the city, only eight allow fumer.Il said the diners and business owners must be able to choose preferences quit without forcing to Government.

The Ordinance was adopted unanimously .the ' order requires that companies leave town to know their intentions before the 1st Act janvier.La is going on March 1.

While the alabaster is the last town to adopt an order quit Birmingham-Hoover Metro area, the Jefferson County Health Action Partnership grows for "a 100 percent smoke-free county-wide policy that includes sites, bars and restaurants."

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