Outdoor Smoking Ban Proposed in Cleveland

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Councilman Joe Cimperman, who obviously doesn't enjoy trips to flavor country, has proposed an ordinance to ban smoking in public places "connected to the city of Cleveland."

Via NewsNet5, that would include:

- City-owned public parks
- City-owned outdoor recreation areas
- City-owned swimming pools
- Picnic shelters within city-owned parks & recreation areas
- Public Square
- Downtown malls open to the public
- City-owned cemeteries
- Defined areas adjacent to city-owned buildings that are used by the public

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