Protection and Services Committee to look at vaping

The Sturgeon Bay Community Protection and Services Committee will meet on Thursday and start off a discussion on a possible ordinance prohibiting minors from vaping. Committee chair Barbara Allmann said the committee is not trying to do anything too different than what has already been discussed around the state, but said they would still look at possible options to help prevent the spread of vaping to minors. Allmann said the committee will take a wider look at vaping as it relates to the schools.

The meeting will be held at 4:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend, with another item on Thursday's agenda allowing for public comment on non-agenda items. 

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