City aims for additional disability access downtown

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$500k block grant would fund sidewalks, ramps

  • Community Development Director Toy Niewiadomski with the city of Sulphur Springs and grant writer Charles Lucas discuss via Zoom a $500,000 block grant he said the city would use to increase downtown accessibility for the disabled. Screen shot/Taylor Nye
    Community Development Director Toy Niewiadomski with the city of Sulphur Springs and grant writer Charles Lucas discuss via Zoom a $500,000 block grant he said the city would use to increase downtown accessibility for the disabled. Screen shot/Taylor Nye
Sulphur Springs downtown area may soon become more accessible for those with disabilities, according to Community Development Cirector Tory Niewiadomski. The city will be pursuing a $500,000 community development block grant to update sidewalks, mainly along Oak Avenue from the downtown square to the new Senior Activity Center, Niewiadomski stated in an interview with the News-Telegram Tuesday…

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