Friday, March 6, 2009

DNR Welcomes Accessibility Input

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based on a news release of Michigan DNR

The Michigan DNR Accessibility Advisory Council works to involve citizens in the planning and development process to ensure that DNR facilities, programs and projects are barrier-free and accessible to all users.

The Council (AAC) will meet on Monday, March 16, at the Michigan Manufactured Housing, Recreation Vehicles and Campground Association at 2222 Association Dr. in Okemos. The meeting will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and is open to the public.

Public appearances before the council will begin at 2:45 p.m. Persons wishing to give public comment should contact William Pemble at (517) 241-3725 or Persons also can contact Pemble at the meeting site to sign up for the public comment period.

The purpose of the AAC is to make recommendations relevant to accessibility to the DNR Director and department that provide advice and guidance on development, management and planning issues for opportunities to enjoy the natural resources available in the state. Also, the council recommends development of a broad variety of programs, facilities and services designed to make natural resources available to Michigan citizens and visitors.

The agenda for the meeting will be published online

See Michigan DNR under the Commissions, Boards & Committees menu

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