Durango business, nonprofit honored for improving accessibility

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Durango business, nonprofit honored for improving accessibility

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Kevin Brennan, owner of the Exxon at Main Avenue and 25th Street, remodeled the restrooms at the gas station to make them compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Remodeling provided more room around the toilet, handrails, a lower sink and wider doors.
Kevin Brennan, near right, owner of the Exxon at Main Avenue and 25th Street, was awarded Thursday for remodeling restrooms to make them more accessible. Remodeling provided more room around the toilet, handrails, a lower sink and wider doors. Also pictured, from left, are Ruthie Uhl, Martha Mason and Jason Ragsdell all with Southwest Center for Independence.

Durango business, nonprofit honored for improving accessibility

Kevin Brennan, owner of the Exxon at Main Avenue and 25th Street, remodeled the restrooms at the gas station to make them compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Remodeling provided more room around the toilet, handrails, a lower sink and wider doors.
Kevin Brennan, near right, owner of the Exxon at Main Avenue and 25th Street, was awarded Thursday for remodeling restrooms to make them more accessible. Remodeling provided more room around the toilet, handrails, a lower sink and wider doors. Also pictured, from left, are Ruthie Uhl, Martha Mason and Jason Ragsdell all with Southwest Center for Independence.
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