It's almost been a month since the no smoking ordinance passed in Wichita Falls and the health district continues to keep people aware with signs around the city.
The new smoking ordinance goes into effect in Wichita Falls in three days.
A two year grace period will allow bars two more years before they will have to go smoke free, but this does not include bars that will be opening after October 1st.
The proposed Wichita Falls smoking ordinance goes to the city council for a vote Tuesday, and more changes have been made in an effort to find an ordinance that will satisfy both sides.
Members of the health coalition have details on why this smoking ordinance should pass for health reasons.
Revisions have been made to the proposed smoking ordinance, which would go into effect on January 1st of 2015 if passed. Bar owners are still not happy.
Discussion got heated at Tuesday's city council meeting in Wichita Falls as people for and against a proposed smoking ban voiced their opinion.