Just how far should government’s crackdown on smoking go?
Sebastopol on Tuesday will consider toughening its anti-smoking rules to extend to people living in apartments.
Smoking already is prohibited in workplaces, public areas such as parks, retail stores, restaurants and bars and in the common areas in apartment buildings.
Under the proposed revisions, landlords would be required to write no-smoking restrictions into all new leases. There is a 14-month grace period for existing renters.
The meeting begins at 6:30 a.m. at the Sebastopol Youth Annex, 425 Morris St.
— THE PRESS DEMOCRAT