Richard Cahill, Republican candidate for mayor is at it again first he tries to take away money earmarked for a handicapped bathroom at the Art Society of Kingston. Now he's setting up a campaign headquarters on the second floor of the Koenig Building which is not handicapped assessable and is not compliant with the American Disability's Act.
Now, Chirs Koeing, a Sottile supporter, owns the building and is grandfathered in and under compliance with all state laws. However, Rich Cahill sure is being inconsiderate for putting his headquarters in such a poor location that excludes many members of Kingston, particularly senior citizens that can't get up to his headquarters. Surely with the "lack of business" in Kingston that Cahill always talks about there should be plenty of spaces for him to rent a space that can accommodate all people. Kingstonians should be disappointed but not surprised by Cahill's choices.
Anyway, people who share in our frustrations can always go to the Sottile/Noble Headquarters on Grand Street...open to everyone not just certain people.