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Seymour CT Post Office violates federal accessibility rules

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Seymour CT Post Office violates federal accessibility rules

To be delivered to President Donald Trump, The Connecticut State House, The Connecticut State Senate, Governor Dan Malloy, The United States House of Representatives, and The United States Senate

Petition Statement

Please pledge to ensure Architectural Access is created at Seymour CT post office and all other Public Accommodations and State & Local Government buildings, facilities and parks, and intergrated in the mix of the general public i.e. parking, entrances, sidewalks, restrooms, aisles between tables and service counters
There are currently 113 signatures. NEW goal - We need 200 signatures!

Petition Background

Seymour's post office has failed since 1990 to provide reasonable access and accommodation to elderly and disabled unable to climb steps at its public entrance. It defiantly refuses to provide an access route to the ramp in the rear. It now requires us to telephone for appointments to obtain services outdoors on the sidewalk at the public entrance. The location of "sidewalk service" is unreasonable because it is a longer trek.

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