To the editor:
The most troubling thing about the American with Disabilities Act civil rights laws is that there is no enforcement.
By this, I mean a way to show the public why certain logical decisions were made to benefit the public.
As an example: new and modern businesses are being built, but no one stops to thank the architect or craftsman for including these ADA civil rights regulations on paper.
Today, I ate at Zaxby’s, a chicken drive-through. Guess what they had? The correct ADA handicapped parking for wheelchair users. The city did their job by issuing a business license. A great addition to the Oak Ridge community. [Read more…]