Cincinnati City Council is exploring the idea of purchasing single open-air toliets for the city.
Councilman Chris Seelbach is proposing to buy a single, open-air, restroom that is reportedly worth over $100,000. The restroom, made of graffiti-resistant material, would be powered by solar panels and be open 24 hours a day.
While Seelbach suggests putting the first open-air restroom at Findlay Market, another proposed location is at Mt. Airy Forest.
Council believes they can gather the money from a public facilities fund that is used for restroom repair and elevator inspections.
Council could vote as early next week to approve buying these new toliets.