Gladstone Missouri Smoking Ordinance

Real Estate Agent with North Kansas City Real Estate, Reece and Nichols Residential

This week the Gladstone City Council hammered out the details of its ban on smoking in most enclosed places.... places of employment and public places within city limits. This includes Gladstone's thirteen parks.

The ban does have some exceptions for instance: bowling alleys, pool halls, bars and restaurants that seat less than 75 people as long as they post a sign that says "non-smoking areas are NOT available."

A decision to my knowledge hasn't been reached as yet... but watch for a decision to be made shortly.


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James Downing - Metro DC Houses Team REALTORS®, CRS, GRI, ABR,MRP, MilRes
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As a reformed smoker - I am all for it!  It's amazing on how much BETTER I smell when I get home from being out to dinner.  No smelly smoke in my clothing and hair!  Not to mention my lungs !

Feb 24, 2009 01:18 PM #1
George Souto
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Fran, most areas of the country have similar policy's, and I find that most smokers follow the policy's in place.

Feb 25, 2009 02:45 AM #2
james purcell

What is so difficult in letting the owner decide?  the single agenda non smoking groups are never satisfied.  Will they bail out the owner of a Mom and Pop bar if the ordinance causes them to go out of business?  Good luck!  The result of secondhand smoke as reported by the non smoking groups are not scientific studies and are preposterous.  One of the biggest scams in the last 100 years.  A bar is not a health spa.  Let the owner decide based on free market and what the patrons want.  We do not need to criminalize smoking in bars.  What happened to common sense?

Oct 11, 2010 12:21 AM #3
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