Smoking ban takes effect Monday


Patrons at Mortimer Kegley’s in downtown Jefferson City enjoyed their last Saturday night with a Smoke ’Em If You Got ’Em Party.

Patrons at Mortimer Kegley’s in downtown Jefferson City enjoyed their last Saturday night with a Smoke ’Em If You Got ’Em Party. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

Jefferson City businesses will be smoke-free starting Monday.

Like a similar ordinance in Fulton, Jefferson City’s ordinance is 100 percent complaint-driven, said Nathan Nickolaus, city attorney.

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Nickolaus outlined some of the ordinance’s ins and outs for the News Tribune, including where smoking is allowed, smoking in vehicles, electronic cigarettes, and enforcement.

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