The Plain Dealer reports that the City of Shaker Heights has settled a federal case (Case No.1:06-cv-02568 on PACER), alleging that various City-owned public areas are inaccessible to people with disabilities. The Complaint, which was filed on October 24, 2006, alleged violations of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. sec. 12181 et seq. and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. As part of the settlement, Shaker Heights will pay $50,000 in attorney fees to the plaintiffs' attorneys and make 53 renovations at various locations in the City, including City Hall, the Community Building, the Main Library, the Service Center, a fire station, Thornton Park, the Shaker Family Center, the Police Department/Municipal Court and city-owned property housing a Starbucks. The renovation projects run the gamet from mounting stickers to making restrooms accessible. The dockets available from PACER show that this suit is only one of many other suits that the plaintiffs, Bonnie Kramer and Disabled Patriots of America, have brought against various organizations, including RTA, Discount Drug Mart, Days Inn, and various malls, including Pavilion Mall, Crocker Park, Middleburg Towne Square, Parmatown, Legacy Village, Golden Gate and others.