Santa Fe County Commissioners approve ADA transition plan

New Mexico

Santa Fe County Commissioners have approved the first phase of a plan to make the city more accessible to the disabled. 

According to the Santa Fe New Mexican, the first phase will cost nearly $2 million and touch different areas of the county including upgrades at the District Attorney’s office, local parks, community centers, and two fire stations. Projects include installing handrails, replacing drinking fountains and renovating restrooms.

The improvements will be funded through a revenue bond. 

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