Dickson Takes First Step in Developing ADA Transition Plan

The City of Dickson is planning renovations to city-owned properties in order to guarantee federal ADA guidelines are met by the municipality, The Tennessean reports. On July 8 the Dickson City Council unanimously approved a contract with Kimley-Horn and Associates to prepare a transition plan that “identifies barriers to access in programs and activities” and “provide(s) equivalent access to the maximum extent feasible.” The Federal Highway Administration requires all cities and counties to submit a transition plan by Dec. 31 in order to continue receiving federal funding for improvement projects.

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