The Shipshewana Town Council approved the town’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) transition plan Thursday evening.
The council held a public hearing on the draft transition plan. It was noted that the plan is required to keep the town from losing federal grant funding.
The plan puts a priority to the various projects as well as cost estimates. If the town were to work on all of the noted issues in the plan, it would cost the town approximately $228,000.
The town will consider projects based on the funding available and priority. Additional public input can influence the priority of various issues identified throughout the town.