ZERO tolerance for Fresno’s disabled!
Posted October 12, 2009on:
As ADA violations continue to escalate behind secret replacement of the city water system, public records are altered to make it appear that things have always been this way. The City of Fresno then denies all knowledge and/or responsibility for the aftermath.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), passed in 1990, is a landmark civil rights law that prohibits discrimination based on disability. It requires “the reduction of barriers that keep the disabled from full access to community life.”
By 1992, cities were required to have “transition plans” detailing how they would bring buildings and other public spaces into compliance. Modifications were to be completed by 1995.
Fresno is an example of a city that has not only refused to comply with these laws – they continue to CREATE the the obstacles / barriers, then alter public records to cover up these heinous acts!
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