As of January 1, 2015, Albany city park visitors will be able to breathe easier when all city parks become tobacco-free. What a great way to ring in the new year!
Tobacco-free signage can't go up until the ground thaws. . .brrrr. . .it's too read more »
The City of Schenectady is considering a local ordinance that would prohibit new retail stores from selling tobacco within 1000 feet of any primary, secondary or private school. They are also considering limiting window signage to no more than read more »
Judy Rightmyer, CDTFC Director, was honored to receive the Stanton Glantz Award for Community Activism at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in New Orleans today. Pictured with her is Bob Gordon, Project Director of read more »
SUNY hosted a great meeting yesterday in Albany to help colleges across the region become tobacco-free. Among the panelists were Larry Hardy of RPI and Robyn King of Schenectady County Community College, two of the eleven (!!) local colleges read more »
CDTFC's Jeanie Orr, pictured with Council Member Ed Kosiur, offers public thanks to the Schenectady City Council for passing a resolution in support of the Great American Smokeout (GASO) at the Council meeting earlier this week. Thank you, read more »