First, Diane Cibrian wanted to change the city code to regulate all restaurants just because she couldn't stomach a strip club opening in her district. And now, as KSAT-12 reports, Jennifer Ramos wants to regulate all car washes just because one in her district is staffed by girls in bikinis.
Now, can she just do something about taggers? Please?
SAN ANTONIO -- Criticism was vocal after a car wash staffed by bikini-clad women opened on the city's south side in early May, and it's prompted that district's councilwoman to push for tighter regulations on car wash facilities.
District 3 Councilwoman Jennifer Ramos said businesses like the Bikini Car Wash that opened in her district don't belong near schools, churches and neighborhoods.
"There's a place and area for these types of car washes," she said. "What I'm looking at is trying to put specifications, so that when a business or property owner goes in to get a zoning request, they'll need to get one for car washes."
Ramos said she's not specifically targeting the Bikini Car Wash [yeah, right --ed.], but she said that if her proposal were passed, it would regulate all types of car washes in San Antonio.