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(Sandy-AP) -- The Sandy City Council is responding to a salon's bikini-clad stylists.
"Bikini Cuts" features hairstylists who wear bikinis. It's located near a middle school and has drawn complaints since it opened two months ago.
The city council passed a resolution Tuesday promoting a child-appropriate standard for the city. They can't stop the stylists from wearing bikinis, but say that the resolution is more of a moral message.
The city also hired an attorney to see how they can prevent such businesses from opening up in the future.
The salon's owner says she doesn't know what all the fuss is about. The salon has tinted windows so it's hard to see inside. She says she plans to open at least five more salons, and that all this attention's been good for business.
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