BETHANY BEACH, Del. (CBS) — A popular Delaware shore town just passed a new ordinance banning people from setting up certain shading equipment on the beach.

You can no longer take large beach tents or canopies on Bethany Beach.

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The town council passed the new restrictions in a 6 to 1 vote.

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Beachgoers are allowed to set up umbrellas that measure 8 feet in diameter or smaller. “Baby tents” smaller than 36 inches by 36 inches are also acceptable.

The year-round beach ban went into effect on Friday.

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The town says it will warn violators instead of citing them for the time being.