Compliance with Disabilities Act to cost conservation district
Bringing the McHenry County Conservation District into compliance with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act is going to be expensive, its executive director said.
The question is how much of the district’s savings – $1.5 million in interest that was put away, in part, for such an issue – will go toward facility improvements, Executive Director Elizabeth Kessler told the Finance and Administrative Committee at its meeting Thursday evening.
The district had discussed using about $500,000 for the next installment on the Hollows Conservation Area, she said. The payment isn’t due until December 2016. No decision on that has been made.
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