Did the smoke get in your eyes? This might be why.
On Jan. 20, the American Lung Association released its 2010 grades for cities. The report issues grades to cities and counties in California on key tobacco control policies, including those for smoke-free outdoor environments, smoke-free housing and reducing sales of tobacco products. The city of Campbell received an "F" grade.
Now the City Council will get together Tuesday night to start a discussion on whether to ban smoking within specific areas in town.
Items on the agenda include banning smoking at restaurants with outdoor seating and prohibiting smoking near city-owned recreational areas.