Wappingers Falls complex to adapt for disabled

April 06, 2010
The owner of a 124-unit apartment complex in Wappingers Falls has reached an agreement with the state Attorney General's Office to make the complex more accessible to people with disabilities, Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said.
     River Bend at Wappingers Falls was one of seven large apartment complexes in the state cited for alleged violations of state and federal laws requiring access of housing units to the disabled.
     Under the agreements, the developers of the apartment complexes must make changes in the apartments and common areas to ensure people with disabilities can use them.