Spotted on my walk around the Lake:
"Bathrooms Behind Bars"
Sounds rather ominous.
What's the story with the Lakefront portapotties? I have a vague memory that one of the commenters to this blog mentioned them recently. How did they get there? What's the history?
Why are they behind bars? I am guessing that having the bars there defines the space, but a solid wall would be seen as an invitation to nefarious behavior?
I'm a firm believer in having easy access to bathrooms everywhere (and for everyone). Sure, they're not aesthetically pleasing, but if you have a young child at a Lakefront event who needs a bathroom, you've got to be grateful for a nearby solution.
Do you think that we will reach a point where activity at the Lakefront has grown beyond the two-potty system?
Do you even use portable toilets? Some people refuse to. (I'm not choosy.)
A lot of talk around downtown development focuses on traffic and parking. Well, what about public bathrooms?
I'm sure someone out there knows all about this, so fill me in: