MIAMI (CBSMiami) – In at least one South Florida city, changing diapers will be less of a challenge for dads.

After hearing objections from Miami’s police union, Commissioners unanimously supported colleague Frank Carollo Thursday, agreeing in a 3-0 vote to spend $45 thousand on the installation of 165 baby changing stations in restrooms and facilities, according to CBS news partner, The Miami Herald.

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Opponents of the bill argued that in the midst of budget cuts and lay-offs the money should be used for necessities.

“We must differentiate between ‘need to have,’ and ‘good to have,’” the Fraternal Order of Police’s President Armando Aguilar said to commissioners .

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In response to heated criticism for spending money on what some call a good thing rather than an absolute need, Carollo amended the bill.

Carollo promised to raise the $45 thousand from the private sector, return the bond money and publicly announce it in a press conference.

The proposal came about after the birth of Carollo’s daughter, Briana, whom he often brings to the commission chamber and city events. Carollo noticed a lack of changing stations and felt the need to act upon it.

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No date has yet been set on when the first changing station will be installed.