Kansas City Enters Project Civic Access Agreement with DOJ
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Kansas City has reached a settlement that requires millions of dollars in city improvements to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Justice Department announced Wednesday.
The settlement, which the City Council authorized earlier this year, makes Kansas City the 200th city nationally to agree to improve access to public facilities for people with disabilities, as required by the law.
“We are committed to helping every resident fully participate in all Kansas City has to offer,” Mayor Sly James said in a statement. “Our city has historically been a leader on issues of inclusion and equal access, and I am proud we are once again demonstrating that commitment.”
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