City to Post 'No Smoking' Signs at Neighborhood Playground
In a public ceremony tomorrow, no smoking signs will be posted at Peter Looney Park -- an effort to curb second-smoke exposure for children.
This Friday, community leaders will meet with the mayor, Boston Public Health officials and City Councilor Sal LaMattina to unveil new "no smoking" signs that have been placed in Peter Looney Park, by the skating rink.
There will be a public ceremony and everyone in the neighborhood is invited to attend.
This is Massachusetts’s largest city attempt to eliminate a source of secondhand smoke that children are exposed to outdoors.