ADA

ADA attorney belongs in flats

As a senior recovering from broken hip surgery and then replacement surgery, I must be extremely careful where I walk. The allegations against Machado Orchards by the ADA attorney ...

Lawyer hurts people with disabilities

I am in an electric wheelchair, and I feel what Scott Johnson has done with his lawsuits here in Auburn is very selfish. I’m feeling more conspicuous when going into public place ...

ADA lawsuits gouge public

In reference to the ADA lawsuits (Journal, Aug. 24): I am, along with other businesses, the victims of these lawsuits. At present there are three businesses in City of Davis being ...

Put money toward building

Regarding the ADA laws: Instead of paying to settle with attorney Scott Johnson or paying to fight him, why don’t the building owners simply pay to make the necessary changes to ...

Time to right ADA issues

I hear a lot from local businesses and neighbors about this man (attorney Scott Johnson) and his predatory practices but you know I never hear from the judiciary (Journal, July 10) ...

Compliance actually do-able

Mr. (Larry) Taylor and the other businesses noted in the Sunday (July 10) Journal do not have to close down — they simply need to make “reasonable modifications.” In the case ...

Auburn harbors poor disabled access

In regard to the ADA controversy — let me say that I abhor Mr. (Scott) Johnson’s tactics (Journal, July 10). However, if building owners had been compliant in the 20 years sinc ...

ADA attorney in it for himself

Scott Johnson, aka defender of Americans with Disabilities Act and perhaps a lawyer isn’t interested in helping persons with disabilities. He is clearly in it for himself. This h ...

Trail connects everything park has to offer

The Auburn Area Recreation and Parks District celebrated the opening of a new pathway Wednesday night. The .7-mile asphalted path runs the perimeter of Recreation Park, connecting ...

Auburn's EASE meets diabled needs

Serving the construction needs of the Northern California disabled community from Modesto to the Oregon border, Auburn resident Steven Weaver is a man with a mission. In 2001, Wea ...

ADA amendment targets 6 million businesses

The U.S. Department of Justice is currently holding hearings on proposed revisions to the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, which will affect more than six million businesse ...
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