Westbury condo settles discrimination lawsuit (NY)

A Westbury condominium complex has settled a lawsuit that challenged the building’s accessibility for disabled residents.  As a result of the settlement of the suit filed in Dec. 2015 by Long Island Housing Services, the Westbury Terrace Condominium made a few accommodations, including the installation of a buzzer system to allow all residents the ability to grant access to the building from an apartment during hours that a doorman is not on duty, as well as allowing a disabled owner to retain a covered parking space. Westbury Terrace has automated its doorways and added an emergency generator to address the safety concerns for residents with disabilities, according to a written statement.    Read the article……………


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