Glendale City Council Moves To Ban Smoking in New Units
On Tuesday, the Glendale City Council unanimously moved to ban smoking in all new apartments and condominium units. Under the ban, developers could apply for an outdoor smoking permit by paying about $200, along with a $50 annual fee, and establishing a space that is approved by city officials. Council members say that they do not seek to extend the ban to existing multi-unit facilities because it would be too difficult to enforce.
- "Glendale Moves To Ban Smoking in New Apartments, Condos" (Levine, Los Angeles Times, 5/15).