Progress reported for handicapped parking

Letters to the Editor


In a follow-up to my Oct. 29, 2012 letter requesting handicapped access parking signs at The Eagles and Pepper Jack’s, there has been progress.

The Eagles reinstalled their sign and I purchased handicapped signs at the local hardware store and took them to Pepper Jack’s and Fusion, which they have installed.

So far so good. You’d think problem taken care of, which it seems to be at Pepper Jack’s with the sign on the east wall of the building.

The Fusion restaurant has been another story. Cars continually park in front of the handicapped sign, which has been at the northwest corner of the building for weeks.

Those who have the handicapped placards or license plates really do need these parking spaces left available at all times with extra room left between vehicles for wheelchairs or walkers. After all, some day you may need them, too, or already know people who do.

Until then, there really is room for all.

Anita C. Condon

Coulee Dam

Coulee Medical Center ER and Walk-In Care

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