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Bend seeks to fill three positions on accessibility advisory committee

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- The city of Bend is seeking applications to fill three open positions on the City of Bend Accessibility Advisory Committee (COBAAC).

The committee’s purpose is to assist and advise the City in making its programs, services, activities, and facilities accessible to Bend’s citizens.

Applicants should be a resident of the city of Bend and they shall have demonstrated interest, experience, and commitment to issues pertaining to accessibility. Committee members are appointed to a three-year term by the City Manager, and commit to the minimum time requirement of attending a monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday of each month.

For questions on serving and becoming a COBAAC Member, please contact the Accessibility Department at 541-693-2198 or email accessibility@bendoregon.gov.

You can apply for the City of Bend Accessibility Advisory Committee online by visiting www.bendoregon.gov/government/citizen-committees and following the application link at the bottom of the page.

Applications will be accepted until 5 p.m. on Friday, July 17.

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  1. Good Luck The Cities of Bend & Redmond don’t even enforce A D A laws or rights for the Disabled Trash cans on the sidewalks people parked the wrong direction of flow of traffic people parked on or across sidewalks these are big problems for folks that are sight impaired or wheel chair bound It will take the D O J to file a suit against them again to wake there dumb ass’s up I know of people that have complained & got no where They don’t even enforce there own code’s or state laws

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