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Updated: 03/05/2018 09:02:02AM

Helping the handicapped

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A man in a wheelchair in the distance crosses the Circle in downtown Sebring. Curb cuts, which meet requirements of the Americans With Disabilities Act, help make it easier for him.

JAY MEISEL/STAFF

A wheelchair ramp keeps Sebring City Hall in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act.

JAY MEISEL/STAFF

Sebring City Administrator Scott Noethlich said the plastic on the curb cut helps people who are blind or who walk with a cane.

JAY MEISEL/STAFF

A wheelchair ramp keeps Sebring City Hall in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act.

JAY MEISEL/STAFF Sebring City Administrator Scott Noethlich said the plastic on the curb cut helps people who are blind or who walk with a cane.

JAY MEISEL/STAFF

A man in a wheelchair in the distance crosses the Circle in downtown Sebring. Curb cuts, which meet requirements of the Americans With Disabilities Act, help make it easier for him.

By JAY MEISEL

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SEBRING — When the building that houses the Boys and Girls Club in Sebring is repaired, it will have an American With Disabilities Act compliant restroom.

That may be a small consolation to some, given the heavy damage Hurricane Irma inflicted on the building, but the addition is a step forward.

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