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Fort St. John City Council has proclaimed June 5th Access Awareness Day in the City.

Emese Szucs is with the Social Planning and Research Council of BC and she’s put forward nine model bylaws for Council consideration, addressing everything from accessible parking, to self-serve gasoline stations.

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She commended the City for the work it’s already done in dealing with accessibility issues but noted with an aging population the job is far from over…

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That noted she also confirmed that more than 160 people in Fort St. John now hold a valid accessible-parking permit.

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