(Aurora, Ind.) - Aurora citizens can give their ideas on how to make the city more disability-friendly during a meeting Monday evening.
The City of Aurora is assembling its Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan. The goal of the plan is to improve city accessibility for people with physical disabilities.
You can have a say in the plan by attending a special city council meeting at 7:00 p.m. Monday at Aurora City Hall, 235 Main Street. Organizations representing the disabled are also urged to attend.
Aurora City Attorney Jeff Stratman has said that it is a new requirement for communities receiving federal funds to implement an ADA Transition Plan. Aurora is receiving federal funds through the Indiana Department of Transportation.