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Smoking Ban Issues Still Being Settled

More than two months after Pennsylvania enacted a ban on smoking in public places, smoking is still permitted in thousands of establishments across the state. There also are hundreds of places not adhering to the law, many of which have been sent warning letters but have suffered no sanctions.

The state Clean Air Law was written with the intention of forbidding smoking in most workplaces and public spaces, including restaurants, train stations, office buildings and sports arenas. But a compromise allowed certain businesses to be exempt, including portions of slot parlors, cigarettes shops, cigar clubs, private clubs and bars where food sales account for less than 20 percent of all business. The state Department of Health has approved 1,882 exceptions so far. Seventy nine of them are in Luzerne County and more are likely as the application process continues.

The list of exceptions approved thus far includes only “type-1” applicants, which are bars and taverns. The department is working to approve “type-2” applications from mostly combination bar-restaurant establishments. Another category includes cigar bars and tobacco shops, which can allow smoking but must still obtain exception approval. Any establishment that applied for an exception before Sept. 11, the date the ban went into effect, can permit smoking until a decision is made on their application, department spokeswoman Stacy Kriedeman said.

Luzerne County establishments have garnered the most exemptions in Northeastern Pennsylvania and one of the highest totals in the state. Elsewhere in this region, the state granted exemptions to 64 bars in Lackawanna County, 10 in Susquehanna County, nine in Monroe County, four each in Wyoming and Wayne counties, and two in Pike and Sullivan counties. Exemption requests are still pending in Carbon and Columbia counties.

Kriedeman said that at least 1,200 more exception applications are pending consideration statewide. To date no requests for exceptions have been denied, though some have been put on hold pending requests for more information, she said. Much of what remains are restaurants with separated drinking or smoking areas, which have applied for the exception but need to be inspected before approval, Kriedeman said. “We’ll be getting site visits set up because they have some structural things that are required to get the exception.” Among them are having separate outside entrances for each area and separate ventilation systems.

Kriedeman said that to date “we’re very happy with where we are in the implementation process.” She admitted some establishments haven’t complied, but said that was expected and the department is dealing with the issues on a case-by-case basis. As of Friday, the Health Department had received 879 complaints about smoking-ban violations, Kriedeman said. Violation notification letters have been sent to 170 establishments so far. Kriedeman could not confirm how many were mailed to Luzerne County businesses, but she said 43 complaints have been received regarding county establishments.

Businesses or individuals who break the law face fines of up to $250 for a first offense and up to $1,000 for repeat offenses. Kriedeman said no fines have been levied to date and the hope is that none will be in the future. Instead, educational literature is being sent with the warning letters. “(Fines are) a last resort. We’re starting with the education piece letting people know the law and telling them we’ve received a complaint … At this point we’re at the first warning letter stage,” Kriedeman said.

Education is important because of the limited time between the law’s passage in June and its implementation in September. There was some confusion among businesses and diners and that shows in the high volume of questions that have been posed to the department in the past three months. Kriedeman said the department received 1,523 online inquiries and 1,897 phone calls from business owners or residents with questions about the ban.

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