A former Huron resident says he's been trying for years to get city officials to upgrade facilities to meet ADA standards, but they still haven't completed the task.
Terry Rock, a paraplegic who uses a wheelchair, first noticed the city's failure to make restrooms handicap-accessible a few years ago when he was still a Huron resident.
He has since moved to Norwalk, but that hasn't diluted his passion to fight for ADA accessibility in Huron. City officials say a tight budget has forced them to prioritize projects.
To read more about Rock and his years-long battle, pick up Friday's Register.