city parks. Those caught violating the ban face a $250 fine. Barbara Ferrer, executive director of the Boston Public Health Commission, said the ban will make the parks safer for nonsmokers. “Secondhand smoke in any concentration is dangerous,” she said. “There’s no safe level of exposure.”The Boston Parks and Recreation Commission has banned smoking in all
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