Clarkson smoking ordinance smoldering

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By Rebecca Morris

A planned vote Monday on a city-wide public smoking ban in Clarkson had to be delayed due to state law.
The city commission was expected to take a second, and final, vote on an ordinance banning smoking in public, but city attorney Tom Goff stubbed that out. He said the commission couldn’t vote on the ordinance because it hadn’t been legally advertised prior to that night.
After deciding to postpone the vote to April to allow the proposal to be advertised, the commission spent nearly an hour debating the pros and cons of a smoking ban.

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