Our July 21st meeting will air live here: https://pacast.com/live/irrc  All letters and emails submitted by 10:00 am on July 19th will be reviewed by our Commissioners before the meeting.  

 

To accommodate as many speakers as possible, we ask all speakers to sign up in advance and submit a written copy of remarks. If any speaker has not yet registered or submitted their remarks, please do so as soon as possible.  Requests to speak/written statements can be sent to irrc@irrc.state.pa.us 

 

Remarks are limited to three minutes. You may supplement your remarks with written comments.

 

We appreciate the considerable interest in this meeting and anticipate that a large number of individuals will wish to speak. We will first provide an opportunity to speak, as time allows, to those who have pre-registered and submitted advance copies of their remarks. If time remains, other attendees will have an opportunity. 

 

Visitors must show ID and sign in in the lobby.  Masks are optional; please be respectful of others’ preferences.

Please consider watching the meeting online if you are not planning to speak.

Additional information can be found on our meeting agenda: http://www.irrc.state.pa.us/documents/uploads/meetings/07-21-2022_Agenda.pdf

Watch this page for updates.


Hearing #2019-1 An Update on the Availability of Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles in the Commonwealth February 21, 2019

Hearing Details

Documents

Legislative Comments
SEN TARTAGLIONE February 21, 2019

Public Comments
KATE BLAKER February 21, 2019


Testimony
ADAPT BROOKS February 21, 2019
DISABILITY RIGHTS February 21, 2019
LIBERTY DOUGHERTY February 21, 2019
PA TRANS AL February 21, 2019
PPA February 21, 2019

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Other Documents
STATEMENT BEDWICK February 21, 2019


Participation Guidelines for IRRC meetings

We request that any party wishing to express a position on this topic adhere to the following guidelines:

  1. Please limit your remarks to five minutes. You may supplement your remarks with written comments.
  2. Please provide a copy of any statement that you are making for our records.
  3. Select a single spokesperson from your group or organization to address the Commission in the five minutes allotted to your group.
  4. Summarize your main points and present any other new and relevant information. Please keep in mind that comments that were previously submitted to either the agency or the Commission have already been reviewed.
  5. The use of recording devices is permitted so long as they do not disrupt the meeting or interfere with participation in or observation of the meeting by other attendees.
  6. The use of video recording devices is limited to the rear of the meeting room unless another area is designated.
  7. If you intend to use a recording device, please note this on the sign-in sheet prior to the start of the meeting.