The Columbus Telegram | January 17, 2018
“City looking to grab land from industrial tracts, approves ADA review for facilities”
The Columbus City Council voted on January 15, 2017 to pay $49,600 to update the City of Columbus’ Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) transition plan. Schemmer was mentioned as the firm that will review numerous City facilities and identify any handicap-accessibility “deficiencies,” as well as provide solutions and estimated costs to remedy these issues.
The review will cover City Hall, Columbus Public Library, Columbus Aquatic Center, the airport administration building, central maintenance facility, pro shops at Quail Run and Van Berg golf courses, parks department building and Wilderness, Gerrard, Centennial, East Pawnee and West Pawnee parks, including the baseball and football stadiums.
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