DEL MAR – Electronic cigarettes will be treated like their tobacco counterparts in Del Mar after council members unanimously agreed at the April 7 meeting to regulate the devices.
OCEANSIDE — Oceanside joined the ranks of like-minded cities, and initiated restrictions on electronic smoking devices on April 2.
DEL MAR — Electronic cigarettes and other similar devices will not be allowed at the upcoming San Diego County Fair, which begins June 7, after the governing board of the Del Mar Fairgrounds voted 6-0 at its March 11 meeting to include them in a no-smoking policy.
REGION — In the professional medical opinions of two county personnel reporting to the Board of Supervisors Tuesday, they agreed that the county should cite the same authority for electronic smoking devices as they have currently in place for conventional cigarettes.
SOLANA BEACH — E-cigarette use is about to go up in smoke in Solana Beach after City Council, with a 4-0-1 vote at the Feb. 26 meeting, moved forward to prohibit the devices wherever traditional smoking is not allowed, such as at beaches, parks and the Coastal Rail Trail.
ENCINITAS — Puffing away with e-cigarettes in parks, restaurants and other public places could soon be a thing of the past in the city.
SOLANA BEACH — Solana Beach is the latest city to take a stand against the use of electronic cigarettes, unanimously agreeing at the Feb. 12 meeting to prohibit them, and all similar devices, in all public places where smoking is banned.
DEL MAR — In 2013 the San Diego County Fair became the first comparable event of its size in Southern California to be completely smoke-free.
OCEANSIDE — City Council discussed ways to strengthen state laws and keep e-cigarettes out of the hands of minors at the Dec. 18 meeting.