... in the "Wise and Proper Use of Municipal Resources" bin.
=======================See a guy smoking at Omaha's Mickey-D's?
The Nebraska city’s elected leaders and police department are urging
residents who see violations to call the 9-1-1 emergency system for an immediate
Omaha banned smoking in public Oct. 2. Penalties are $100 for the first
offense, $200 for the second and $500 for the third and subsequent
Teresa Negron, sergeant in charge of public information for the police,
explained the department encourages observers of infractions to pick up the
phone to report the infraction – just like they would for any other crime they
observe being committed.
Who cares if you're tying up a line that could be used to report a heart-attack or injury car accident, or rape?
Gotta git dem smokahs!