Public hearing set for citywide smoking ordinance Comments on Stories, posted by , a resident of , on Feb 12, 2013 at 3:05 pm
Residents will have an opportunity to give their two cents on proposed changes to the city's smoking ordinance Tuesday night. The existing ordinance, written in 1999, could be updated to include outdoor second hand smoke.
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Posted by Just Another Resident, a resident of San Ramon, on Feb 12, 2013 at 3:05 pm
What are the existing ordinances?
It would be great if there was a link to what is on the books at present to allow for anyone to check to see if what we have already is good enough for them.
I personally don't mind others who smoke if that is their wish, as I am sure I can find a dew habits of mine that will put me in the grave sooner rather than later.
I "do" have to close my windows in the summer to prevent the neighbor's smoke from getting into our living room. My neighbor who probably doesn't want to smoke in the house with the two children about so smokes out in the back yard. I don't think I could bring the ordinance to their attention as it most likely will merely anger them and cause years of 'pain and suffering'. Okay, perhaps just bad feelings.
Posted by , a resident of San Ramon, on Feb 15, 2013 at 1:43 pm
No More Nany State Socialist Goat Poop! The Dirka doesn't smoke, but goodnes sake, it seems like the next thing they will want to do is regualte toilet paper. How many squares may we use to appease the enviro-nazis? Or should we mandate bidets? How about we teach manners instead? Smokers, don't drag on the fag when you are near babies and socialists. Wait, that's pretty much everwhere in San Ramon.
The Dirka finds the smell of baby poop intollerable. Let's pass a law against baby poop. No more baby poop in public places. Diaper bags are now banned and while we at at, so is screaming/crying babies, they are so annoying. Some get migrains, so everyone should keep their babies away from designated baby free zones.