ADA helps discussed

Sandy Streeter, who is blind, spoke about some of the challenges that face a sight impaired person at the public meeting on Wednesday in the Bingham Courthouse. The public meeting took place to explore where the county could improve its programs and facilities to help impaired or disabled individuals.
By: 
LESLIE MIELKE
Staff Writer

Bingham County Commissioners hosted a public meeting last week with the aim to improving the county facilities and programs that impact people with disabilities.
About 25 people attended the meeting. Included in this number were people with disabilities, advocates for people with disabilities and city and county officials.
“We want to know your experience,” David Lane, the county’s Human Resource Director, said.
For the complete story, read it in the Monday , Dec. 4, edition of the Morning News.

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