The rule prohibits the use of all cigarettes, cigars and pipes in all units, common areas, administrative offices and outdoor areas within 25 feet of the facility. "So, they had 45 days to talk about it". The ban does not apply to e-cigarettes, snuff and chewing tobacco, although there may be restrictions on those in some areas.
Smoking will not be allowed in or near public housing units starting on Tuesday, due to a newly-implemented rule from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
HUD says about 228,000 public housing units under more than 600 local agencies were already smoke-free, and the new rule wipes out smoking in more than 940,000 other units.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development made the ruling back of February of previous year and provided an 18-month implementation period.
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A new policy is banning smoking from inside and around public housing throughout the United States, including Ohio. To that effect, the encouragement will be underlined by stringent guidelines: Tenants could face eviction for violation of these rules - though first offenses will be forgiven.
"Residents have been required to sign new leases acknowledging the new policy and staff will continue to provide smoking cessation program information to residents as requested", Lemons said.