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Redondo Beach to Take Up Smoking on Beaches

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The only Southbay city that still allows smoking on the beach willdebate the issue tonight in a city council meeting. In the past, city officials have worried about various issues including inadequate resources to enforce such a ban and infringing on personal rights leading them to take no action on the ban. But the heyday of passing no smoking in public laws is here and now in California. The council will also talk about banning smoking in public parks.