File #: 19-G-146    Version: Name:
Type: Staff Report - GC Status: Carried
File created: 4/18/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/3/2019 Final action: 6/3/2019
Title: NEW MUNICIPAL SMOKING REGULATIONS AND TO REPEAL SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES AND WORKPLACES BY-LAW 2010-034 AND SMOKING OUTDOORS ON CITY OWNED PROPERTY BY-LAW 2009-086 1. That By-law 2010-034 to regulate smoking in public places and work places and By-law 2009-086 prohibiting smoking outdoors on City owned property be repealed and replaced with a comprehensive by-law generally in accordance with the attached draft included as Appendix "A" to Staff Report LCS009-19. 2. That staff be authorized to make application to the Ministry of the Attorney General for set fines ranging from $100.00 to $1,000.00 based on the nature of the offence. 3. That staff in Legislative and Court Services Department (Enforcement Services Branch) work with Access Barrie to develop a comprehensive communications plan to be implemented no later than June 2019. 4. That staff in Roads, Parks and Fleet Department in consultation with the Legislative and Court Services Department (Enforcement Services Branch) prepa...
Attachments: 1. LCS009-190401.pdf

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NEW MUNICIPAL SMOKING REGULATIONS AND TO REPEAL SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES AND WORKPLACES BY-LAW 2010-034 AND SMOKING OUTDOORS ON CITY OWNED PROPERTY BY-LAW 2009-086 

 

1.                     That By-law 2010-034 to regulate smoking in public places and work places and By-law 2009-086 prohibiting smoking outdoors on City owned property be repealed and replaced with a comprehensive by-law generally in accordance with the attached draft included as Appendix “A” to Staff Report LCS009-19.

 

2.                     That staff be authorized to make application to the Ministry of the Attorney General for set fines ranging from $100.00 to $1,000.00 based on the nature of the offence.

 

3.                     That staff in Legislative and Court Services Department (Enforcement Services Branch) work with Access Barrie to develop a comprehensive communications plan to be implemented no later than June 2019.

 

4.                     That staff in Roads, Parks and Fleet Department in consultation with the Legislative and Court Services Department (Enforcement Services Branch) prepare and install new signage or replace existing signage where required that depicts the new municipal smoking regulations in all City-owned parks and facilities, with the cost associated with the signage ($45,000) to be funded from the Tax Capital Reserve.

 

5.                     That the installation of such signage be completed as operational time permits with a focus on high utilization locations as a priority.