The Adams Board of Health has made some edits to its tobacco policy and agreed to pump the brakes on setting a tobacco cap until this spring.
Chairman Peter Hoyt had a draft policy in hand Wednesday but felt the working document needed more time and more input from other town departments.
The board tossed around possibly capping the amount of regular tobacco permits to 11 and maybe allowing a separate limit of four for adult permits. There was also some discussion about tying the cap to population and decreasing the amount of permits through attrition.
Currently there are 10 tobacco sellers in Adams. One of these is adult only.
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