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City adopts guidelines to make new homes easier for people with disabilities (access required)

New one- and two-family homes built in Rochester that receive funding from city-sponsored programs must be constructed in a manner that allows people with disabilities to visit with minimal assistance. The Visitable Home Design Guidelines were created by the city in partnership with the Center for Disability Rights and members of the housing development community. Visitability is ...

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