New York bankers were planning counterstrategy Thursday after their lobbying failed to prevent the city council from adopting strict security requirements for automated teller machines.

The security bill was passed Wednesday by 40 to 3. It mandates video cameras, improved door locks, and other hardware designed to discourage crimes at the more than 1,000 ATM sites in the city. The bill is expected to be signed into law by Mayor David N. Dinkins in the next 30 days.

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