Nearly all businesses and public spaces in Springfield will be smoke cigarettes free by June 11, and there's a lot of work to be done to clear the air.

Managers at Trolley's restaurant were training workers on Tuesday for a smoke cigarettes free environment.

"We have been just working with them on how to handle that situation," said Trolley's owner, Ryan McDonald. "When somebody does light up a cigarette, it's not to throw them out the door, it's to say, 'Hey we have gone none-smoking cigarettes.'"

One Air Alliance received a $70,000 grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health. The money will go towards making a smoke-free city.

One Air Alliance ordered hundreds of no-smoking cigarettes stickers for businesses. All businesses will be required to have similar stickers at the front doors. One Air Alliance is also handing out smaller stickers that will go on company cars.

Businesses can order or pickup stickers. One Air Alliance will host seminars to prepare local businesses to go smoke cigarettes free.

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