Monday, October 22, 2012 at 4:00 am (Updated: October 22, 4:03 am)
PIONEER VILLAGE - Even before the federal hammer comes down, Pioneer Village officials are moving forward to meet the Americans with Disability Act provisions.
The Pioneer Village City Council voted unanimously to spend the funds needed to update its website.
George Daniels recently attended a workshop and reported back to several of the northern Bullitt County municipalities about upcoming changes in the federal ADA regulations.
The website must become accessible to both the visually and hearing impaired.
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