Minneapolis city voted Thursday to prevent the construction of new windows-thru windows as an attempt, says city council members, that they would reduce noise and traffic. The ban would affect businesses such as fast food restaurants, banks, and pharmacies.
To be clear, the direction does not mean that current driving windows or firms are currently awaiting approval to build one, according to KSTP affiliate Twin Cities ABC. Prior to approval on Thursday, the city prohibited the driving of new buildings at 17 of the Minneapolis 23 zoned area, which reports Related Press.
But according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribunedisability advocates objected to the action, stating that driving windows help those with mobility problems.
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