County marks five-year anniversary of smoke-free workplaces in Illinois
Grundy County celebrated 5 years of a smoke-free Illinois Wednesday.
January 1 marked the fifth anniversary of the Smoke Free Illinois Act, which made all work places like factories, restaurants, bars and casinos smoke-free.
Cities and counties around the state are holding celebrations, said Paula Goodwin, No Tolerance Task Force coordinator. The Grundy Tobacco Coalition held its celebration at the Morris Municipal Services Facility, where about 15 people attended, including Morris Mayor Richard Kopczick, Minooka Village President Pat Brennan and Morris Police Chief Brent Dite.
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