Princeton Bans Smoking in Public Places

By Dan Stamm
|  Wednesday, Mar 20, 2013  |  Updated 2:23 PM EDT
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City Bans Smoking in Public Places

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Lighting up in Princeton, N.J. soon will cost you.

The city banned smoking on municipal property and town-owned public parks at a meeting last night.

The town’s board of health unanimously approved the measure that bans smoking in all municipal areas, buildings, parks and entrances to pools.

First-time violators could receive a $250 fine.

 


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