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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Help For Quitting Smoking For The Uninsured And Those Receiving Medicaid

The Paramus Board of Health has announced that starting Wednesday, April 13th, 2011 the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services is launching an 8-week quit smoking campaign to offer free nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) along with New Jersey Quitline counseling exclusively to the uninsured and individuals receiving Medicaid. http://bit.ly/gYWs3H

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Four killed in Middletown fire : Cigarette blamed in six-alarm blaze

Prosecutors say a cigarette is to blame for a six-alarm house fire on Statesir Place that left four people dead early this morning.

First Assistant Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni said the blaze, first reported by a 911 call from a neighbor at 3:03 a.m., was caused by "improper use or disposal of a cigarette."

"It appears to have originated in a metal wastebasket in a spare bedroom on the first floor,'' he said.

Gramiccioni identified the victims as: Sheridan "Sheri" Banovich, 63; her daughter, Deidre Banovich, 23; her boyfriend, Anthony Cadalzo, 25, who had been staying at the home for about six months, and Denise Dusold, 60, Sheri Banovich's sister. http://bit.ly/i8v9Q5

Saturday, April 16, 2011

REPORT: Most of Atlantic City's casinos ignore smoking regulations

Casino officials had adjusted the borders of smoking sections at the two Trump properties to effectively eliminate most nonsmoking areas on the casino floor.

According to floor maps reviewed by The Press of Atlantic City, smoking was prohibited on gaming tables and slots, but allowed in the area immediately around the gaming areas, including seats in front of the nonsmoking tables and machines. ... http://bit.ly/g1dU5h

Friday, April 8, 2011

Cape May considers a no smoking policy on beaches that were just named the second best in the nation

CAPE MAY - City Council is looking into banning smoking on two-thirds of the beaches in town.

The idea was proposed by Deputy Mayor Jack Wichterman at Tuesday's City Council meeting. Wichterman admitted to being annoyed by smoke when he goes to the beach.

"The wind blows it in your face. You've always got to move because of smoking," Wichterman said.

He gained an ally in Councilwoman Deanna Fiocca, who said she is bothered by cigarette butts in the sand. Fiocca noted TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel site, on Tuesday named the city's beaches the second best in the nation behind Myrtle Beach, S.C. and the ninth best in the world.

"TripAdvisor said Cape May beaches are ranked ninth best in the world. Making some beaches no smoking can only better our beaches," Fiocca said. http://bit.ly/i241zB