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July 8, 2014 5:17 PM

Will Merriam be the first Midwest city to adopt modern wheelchair access icon?

Finn Bullers of Prairie Village is working with the Accessible Icon Project to change the 45-year-old upright stick figure to something more forward-leaning, lifelike and life-affirming. Merriam could be the first Midwest city to adopt the new disability sign. New York City is making the change.

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