I read " 'No smoking' in apartments" [Just Sayin', Sept. 19]. I've lived in the Cambridge Court senior development in Bethpage for seven years. I've been suffering the second-hand smoke from the residents downstairs.
These are privately owned apartments, and I've written letters and taken up petitions for the residents to mandate a "no smoking" policy. It's affecting my breathing at night and makes it difficult to sleep. I covered outlets with childproof plugs, and still the smoke rises and drifts in.
Why are residents allowed to smoke in their apartments?
Roseann Terzano, Bethpage