What's Wrong With This Picture? - Nov. 26
A button that helps people with disabilities open an automatic door at the Post Office on Franklin Street in Hagerstown was broken and propped open Wednesday with a plastic recycling bin. (Photo by Dan Dearth / November 25, 2012)
The problem: Washington County resident Gary Wright emailed to say that a button that helps people with disabilities open an automatic door at the Post Office on Franklin Street was broken.
Who can fix it: The United States Postal Service
What they say: The button was broken by vandals about two weeks ago, United States Postal Service spokeswoman Freda Sauter said from Baltimore.
Sauter said post office officials ordered a new button and will replace the part as soon as it arrives.
On Wednesday, the door was propped open with a large plastic recycling bin.
“We value every customer,” Sauter said. “In the meantime, we offer special assistance based on the nature of the individual’s disability. In some cases, it may mean helping the customer enter the building. In others, it may mean meeting them at a different entry point to handle transactions.”
— Compiled by Dan Dearth
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