Observer readers: Harrison should ban smoking in parks

Park smoking ban poll results
Park smoking ban poll results

The Observer’s informal, online poll reveals most believe Harrison should ban smoking in town parks.

In the two-week, non-scientific poll, 48.61 percent of those polled said they support the ban, 41.67 said they don’t support the ban and around 10 percent were unsure of whether the ban was appropriate.

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