Will Durango, La Plata County prioritize accessibility?

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Will Durango, La Plata County prioritize accessibility?

Residents with disabilities question transit cuts, ADA investments
About 50 people gathered at a forum Tuesday to discuss issues that people with disabilities face in Durango and La Plata County. The crowd packed a room near the Southwest Center for Independence on north Main Avenue for a panel moderated by the League of Women Voters.
La Plata County Commissioner Julie Westendorff, right, speaks during a forum focused on disability issues Tuesday in Durango. Other panelists included, from left, Assistant City Manager Amber Blake, City Councilor Dean Brookie, the city’s Assistant Director of Transportation Sarah Dodson, Director of the La Plata County Department of Human Services Martha Johnson and Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jack Llewellyn.

Will Durango, La Plata County prioritize accessibility?

About 50 people gathered at a forum Tuesday to discuss issues that people with disabilities face in Durango and La Plata County. The crowd packed a room near the Southwest Center for Independence on north Main Avenue for a panel moderated by the League of Women Voters.
La Plata County Commissioner Julie Westendorff, right, speaks during a forum focused on disability issues Tuesday in Durango. Other panelists included, from left, Assistant City Manager Amber Blake, City Councilor Dean Brookie, the city’s Assistant Director of Transportation Sarah Dodson, Director of the La Plata County Department of Human Services Martha Johnson and Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jack Llewellyn.
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