(1) “Alteration” means any modification or renovation of a facility which involves
a structural change.
(2) “Architectural barrier” means any physical attribute or design feature which by
its presence, absence or design restricts access to or use of any facility by a person
with a disability.
(3) “Board” means the Architectural Accessibility Board.
(4) “Facility” means any building, structure, installation or improved area of any
nature whatsoever or any part thereof, which is utilized or held out for use by the
public, and shall include, but not be limited to:
a. Sidewalks, ramps or other means of ingress and egress;
b. Parks and recreational areas;
c. Public telephones, drinking fountains and restrooms.
(5) “Person” means 1 or more individuals, partnerships, associations, organizations,
corporations, cooperatives, representatives, trustees, receivers or agents whether
or not associated in any way with the State.
(6) “Person with a disability” means a person who permanently or temporarily has a
physical, mental or communicative condition or characteristic, and who, because of
the condition or characteristic, is restricted in using facilities.
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