I'll call the York Housing Authority next week to resolve this discrepency (and stupidity of trying to ban e-cig use in housing).
An update. Richard D. Fox, Executive Director of the York Housing Authority wrote a letter to the editor that was published on the York Daily Record website: Letter: Why the York Housing Authority is snuffing out smoking - The York Daily Record
Part of it concerns the authority's decision to ban e-cigs. I will leave his words speak for themselves:
Electronic cigarettes hardly just admit water vapor. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration have found that electronic cigarettes contain carcinogens and toxic chemicals such as diethylene glycol, an ingredient used in antifreeze. The nicotine and chemicals affect the breathing of the person inhaling the cigarette and their chemicals cause second-hand vapor that has not been proven to be safe for other people. Australia, Canada, Israel and Mexico have banned electronic cigarettes.
Bill, have you called these idiots yet?
I already wrote them, but now after hearing that assclown I am going to call them.
But I would like to know what your experience was before I call them.
Basically I just want to know if I should try to reason with them, or just cuss them out.
Deadline for written comments is July 5.
CASAA Call to Awareness -- CASAA: York County, PA Call to Awareness!
CASAA's letter in opposition -- CASAA: CASAA to York County Housing Authority: E-cigarettes do not emit smoke!
Letter to the editor written by vaper in York -- In defense of e-cigarettes - The York Daily Record
Last edited by Placebo Effect; 07-02-2012 at 04:14 PM.