Multi-unit smoking ban passed in Manhattan Beach (CA)

Despite a last minute plea from the Manhattan Village Homeowners Association to be exempt from a ban on smoking in multi-unit residences, the city council decided not to exclude them and narrowly passed the law Tuesday night.  The council voted 3-2 on the second reading of the ordinance, with Mayor Pro Tem Tony D’Errico and Councilmember David Lesser dissenting.    Read the article………….


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