Disabled hiring plan OK'd

January 26, 1993

Carroll County commissioners yesterday approved a plan outlining how the county's hiring practices comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act.

Jimmie Saylor, director of the county's Department of Human Resources and Personnel Services, said the plan outlines "what we do to accommodate the disabled."

Mr. Saylor also said the plan describes how the county complies with the Americans With Disabilities Act, "as well as many other laws."

The plan notes, for instance, that the county's recruitment office, as well as the County Office Building, is accessible to the disabled, and that county officials use Community Access TV, radio and other methods to advertise openings on the staff.

The commissioners removed an attachment listing the newspapers and publications the county uses to advertise job openings.

"I have a concern about identifying these areas," Commissioner Donald I. Dell said.

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