When members of the Trigg County Recreation Complex Board met Monday evening, Complex Manager Dickie Harris said he hasn’t had to tell very many people not to smoke or use other tobacco products since the signs were put up.
“Just from what I’ve observed, people seem to be obliging,” Harris said. “I haven’t seen anybody … that I’ve had to tell to move out.”
The signs, Harris said, are installed on light poles and are designed to keep people from smoking and using other tobacco products in the dugouts, on the playing fields and around the bleachers. Trigg County Finance Officer Beth Taylor said the signs cost the county $416.90.
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