I enjoyed the article about the staff of the Aberdeen Post Office supporting our troops. We all should be doing that.
But, confined to a wheelchair, I cannot get into the Aberdeen Post Office because of the approximately 20 steps in front. I have to go through three large and heavy glass doors, that open into my face, in order to even buy stamps at the Abingdon Post Office.
I understand that federal buildings don't have to abide by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
No sense of compassion? I have lived in Harford County for more than 50 years and I devoted 33 years to the federal government as a federal employee and yet, I cannot use the Aberdeen and Abingdon post offices. How sad.
Victoria B. Little
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