DANA POINT, CA — A restroom renovation project with an estimated cost of $350,000 is expected to be completed later this year, according to The Orange County Register.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors agreed that updating the 38-year-old restroom is a must and that it will benefit many businesses around the harbor, the story stated.
Dana Point Harbor Director Brad Gross told The Register: "It''s been in the works for a couple of years. All it takes is one experience to see the upgrade is needed. It''s the only public restroom on the wharf and it is not ADA-accessible."
Making the public restroom Americans with Disabilities Act compliant is a main goal of the project, the story noted.
As crowds have grown over the years, so too has the need for increased restroom capacity, the story added.
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