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Works board approves wheelchair accessible parking at Pour Haus

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By STUART CASSIDY
Staff Writer

TELL CITY – In a brief presentation from Pour Haus co-owner Derek Cronin July 21, he asked the Tell City Board of Public Works to add wheelchair-accessible parking along Humboldt Street in front of the restaurant. He told the board such parking is available in side and rear lots according to their city-approved development plan, but he has noticed the location distances may be too far for some.

“I feel having it right there in the front would be a great spot,” Cronin said.


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