Feds: Condo Must Allow Disabled Student’s School Bus On Property
The mother of a teenager with medical and behavioral disabilities knew something was wrong when the board at her condo complex on the Berlin Turnpike voted to ban school buses from coming on the property. She has lived at Parkridge condos for 16 years, and her son had been receiving door to door transportation to and from school in a mini-bus or van for the last seven years. The Wethersfield school system had deemed it a necessary accommodation for her son’s disabilities, she said. Read the article…………..
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Kim Gaide, Military Support Coordinator of Lee Memorial Health System thanked Don Barnett and the Laurel Oaks Homeowners Association for
According to the Community Associations Institute, of the thousands of associations that exist in New Hampshire, more than 40 percent