On this page, you will find all of the letters that I wrote to local, state, and federal officials about the issues that I care about. These issues impact people with disabilities in some way. Please feel free to bookmark this page to stay updated.
All Letters Sent To Local Companies, Officials, And Organizations
Requesting Accessible Pedestrian Signals In Warner Robins, Georgia
- This is a letter, sent on Wednesday, August 09, 2023 requesting the installation of the Accessible Pedestrian Signals in Warner Robins, Georgia.
Ensuring Accessibility For All Citizens At City Council Meetings
- The City of Warner Robins streams The Warner Robins City Council Meetings on Facebook Live.
- One problem that I am seeing is that there is not an option to participate in the Council Meetings virtually.
Making Macon Bacon Baseball Games Accessible And Inclusive For All
- I recently went to a Macon Bacon Game on Saturday, June 10, 2023. In response to the experience that I have, I wrote a letter about the improvements that I would like to see at the Stadium.
My Opposition Letter To The Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority About Raising Its Bus Fares, Especially The Paratransit Service Fares
- While I was not happy with the response that I received on Monday afternoon, even though that I “stated my opinion/opposition” to the bus fare increase, I am still going to post this letter on this website. The reason that my opinion didn’t get counted is that well, I’m “not a resident of Bibb County nor used their services.” This is total non-sense, and they MUST listen to the public, from disability rights advocates like me!
All Letters To State Companies, Officials, And Organizations
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All Letters To National Companies, Officials, And Organizations
Letter To Groome Transportation: June 08, 2023 (Follow-Up)
- This is a follow-up email that I sent out to them regarding the email that I sent out last month on May 11, 2023.
A Serious Accessibility Issue That I Found On The Groome Transportation Reservation System
- While I was testing to see if I could use the system, I was kind of disappointed to find a serious accessibility issue.