The Presbyterian Village is a low income elderly housing center. Recently, the complex decided to go non-smoking. All smoking residents would need to smoke outside and they were assured that before the cold weather hit, there would be a shelter built for them. The temps have been quite low this December and the complex has not bothered to construct any sort of shelter. They have a table set up outside with a few chairs around it. I can understand not wanting smoking in the building, but these are elderly people with no where else to live. The waiting lists for these places are years long. You can not have retired people pushed out in the cold because someone decided it would be a good idea to change the rules and make the building non-smoking. Just because these people smoke does not mean they should be treated like they aren't worthy. Build a shelter Presbyterian Village, or revoke the new non-smoking policy. It's making you look heartless.