Dunn: Smoke ’em if you got ’em, but keep the litter to yourself
June 3, 2013
Smoke ’em if you got ’em, but keep the litter to yourself
Four hundred and one cigarette butts. That’s how many butts my three team members and I picked up during Frisco’s town clean up. Now I am not going to give the usual diatribe on smoking and the associated health hazards. Smokers have the right to smoke in Colorado, albeit outside most buildings. However, smokers do not have the right to litter. So, please extinguish your cigarette butt and then dispose of it properly. That way you can do your part to prevent wildfires and keep our environment clean.
Alicia Breslin Dunn
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