The Mayor's Council for Persons with Disabilities met today.
The committee's purpose is to focus on being more inclusive of persons with disabilities.
It will soon be assessing where handicap accessible items should be located.
Mayor John Gayle said the values its citizens with disabilities.
"We have so many people that volunteer their services that are handicap but they do so much. So we value those services that they provide and we look forward to helping anyway we can," said Gayle.
The next meeting will take place on Tuesday, September 12th.
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