Detroit launches plan to improve access to jobs, housing for disabled residents

7/26/21

“‘I'm going to use this opportunity now to ensure that we do everything that we can to influence policy changes for a universal participation, and increasing accessibility,’ said Samp. ‘I look forward to working with our community partners and disability advocates to transform Detroit to be more of a warm and accessible city.’"


Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan hold a briefing at Detroit Public Safety Headquarters on Thursday, March 4, 2021. The mayor on Monday joined with city departments and disability advocates to detail a multi-year plan to improve access to jobs, housing and transportation for Detroit's disabled residents. Todd McInturf, The Detroit News


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