Smoke-free CBD?

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Consultation has concluded




The public exhibition period for a proposed 12-month trial for a smoke-free zone within Wagga Wagga's CBD has closed.


Thank you for your submissions and feedback.

A report including the results of the consultation process was considered at the November 2015 Policy and Strategy Meeting and it was resolved not to proceed with a 12 month trial of smoke free areas in parts of Wagga Wagga CBD.

You can read the report in full here.


Background

At the July 2015 Council Meeting, Council resolved to place on public exhibition its intention to introduce a 12 month smoke-free trial in the CBD (Baylis Street, Fitzmaurice Streets and Forsyth Street - between Berry Street and Peter Street) and amend Council's Smoke-Free Outdoor Areas Policy.

View the map here.

The public exhibition period ended on Monday 7 September 2015.

A further report was presented to Council's November 2015 Policy and Strategy Committee Meeting.






The public exhibition period for a proposed 12-month trial for a smoke-free zone within Wagga Wagga's CBD has closed.


Thank you for your submissions and feedback.

A report including the results of the consultation process was considered at the November 2015 Policy and Strategy Meeting and it was resolved not to proceed with a 12 month trial of smoke free areas in parts of Wagga Wagga CBD.

You can read the report in full here.


Background

At the July 2015 Council Meeting, Council resolved to place on public exhibition its intention to introduce a 12 month smoke-free trial in the CBD (Baylis Street, Fitzmaurice Streets and Forsyth Street - between Berry Street and Peter Street) and amend Council's Smoke-Free Outdoor Areas Policy.

View the map here.

The public exhibition period ended on Monday 7 September 2015.

A further report was presented to Council's November 2015 Policy and Strategy Committee Meeting.



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  • Should Wagga Wagga's CBD be smoke-free?

    about 5 years ago
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    What do you think of the proposal for a 12 month trail for smoke-free zones in Baylis and Fitzmaurice Streets, and in Forsyth Street (between Berry Street and Peter Street)? 

    This discussion forum is open until Monday 7 September 2015.

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