|Christine McGroarty||September 9, 2002|
I'm sending a quick note to say how completely puzzled I am at the resistance to detectable warnings. I'm sure you have received much impassioned correspondence on this matter, so I will simply pose the question. Generally aren't there color coded warning signals in the same places where the detectable signals are proposed? If warnings, in the forms of color, are deemed necessary and appropriate why would you not provide tactile warnings as well?
In addition to the logic of the matter, there seems to me to be a significant risk for legal action if visual warnings are present and tactile ones are I remain puzzled by such vehement resistance to such an obvious and harmless requirement.
Senior Budget and Management Analyst
Office of Budget and Management
City and County of Denver
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