Council is asked to send letters of appreciation to the three nominees, commending them on their efforts in making their places of business more accessibly friendly for the community.
(Photo: Atwood Medical Clinic.)
The sub-committee of the Accessibility Committee reviewed the three applications for the Award of Merit, and visited all three sites with their nomination guidelines, eligibility criteria and evaluation criteria.
They each had a score sheet to review primary strengths, secondary strengths, widespread peer or community recognition, impact of contributions and accessible built environment.
The sub-committee was unable to reach consensus on who should receive the Award of Merit for 2012.
The lack of consensus was brought forward to the Accessibility Committee meeting on June 4.
Sub-committee members presented written and oral reports. The difficulty was that none of the sites were totally accessible.
The Accessibility Committee would like all three nominees to receive a letter commending their actions towards making their facility more accessible. The letter could congratulate them on their nomination and encourage them to continue to make improvements to make their business fully accessible.
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