Montgomery parks consider going smoke free


DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Monday is the last day the public can weigh in on the idea of making Montgomery County Parks tobacco free.

It’s as simple as answering ten questions. The Public Health Department and Wright State created an online survey for residents to measure interest in keeping cigarettes and other tobacco products out of local parks and recreation centers.

Right now, there is no official proposal on the table to ban smoking in county parks.

You can take the survey by clicking here. It needs to be completed by end of business on Monday, April 21, 2014.



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