In order to meet certain requirements as well as make the more accessible for patrons, the library board is turning to residents for suggestions, as reported by the Morton Grove Champion.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lists various standards for building designs in order to assist those with disabilities including wheelchair ramps and accessible routes. The library currently doesn’t meet certain accessibility code standards for those with disabilities.
Priority areas include entrance and exits, as well as the Baxter Room where library board meetings and programs take place.
Trustee Paul Berg told the Champion the committee was still researching the project.
“And we welcome all input — from the community, the board, employees,” he said. “The more comments, the better.”
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