Miami Beach is known for having butts on the beaches, except it’s now taking the initiative to try and address the butts that come from cigarettes. The city recently added a pair of smoke-free zones at 86 Street in North Beach and at the southern end of Lummus Park at 5 Street in South Beach. Both of these smoke-free zones are voluntary.
Although the zones are meant to be voluntary and will therefore not be enforced, they may end causing some degree of confusion. The signs say “Thank you for not smoking” and they include a familiar image of a cigarette inside of a circle with a line through it. Commissioners also expressed concern that having an excess number of signs on the beach may dissuade tourists from visiting what is otherwise a very popular urban resort.
Right now, the voluntary non-smoking signs function largely as a social experiment but they may end up convincing a greater number of people not to smoke, leading to a cleaner beach for everyone and a healthier environment.
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