City of Brazil needs to go non-smoking
To the Editor:
I do not live in Brazil, but I do visit a lot, and also bank in Brazil.
My wife and I went to eat breakfast Saturday morning in your town.
The first stop, we waited to be seated and no one ever came.
One waitress saw us, but acted like we were not there, and the place smelled very smoky, so we left.
The next one, we got right in, but were overwhelmed with the smoke, which we thought was banned in public buildings.
We were very disappointed to realize that the small town of Brazil is so far behind the times.
I don't know if this letter will do any good, but I felt it necessary, as I like this town, but will not eat there anymore until something is done.