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For Information on Filing a Formal Accessibility Grievance

Any individuals who believe Gibault has discriminated because of a disability and thus violated Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and/or Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may file a written grievance with Gibault. Once a written grievance is received, Gibault will investigate the allegations contained in the written grievance in an effort to reach a prompt and appropriate resolution.

The grievance must contain (1) the nature of the grievance; (2) the facts upon which the grievance is based, including a list of all witnesses; (3) the remedy requested; and (4) the complainant’s signature and the date the grievance is filed.

The written grievance must be filed with Gibault at the following address:

501 Columbia Avenue
Waterloo, IL 62298