A 74-year-old woman is continuing her crusade to get better disability parking outside Service NSW.
Lina Soncin has joined forces with the Community and Development Council of Griffith to demand Griffith City Council to fix the disability access on Kooyoo Street, which she describes as an "engineering fail".
The disabled parking outside Service NSW is on a slant, making hard for her and her elderly friends to enter and exit their cars safely.
Mrs Soncin said an 81-year-old friend of hers had fallen over outside Service NSW, and although he received only minor injuries she insists it's only a matter of time before someone is seriously hurt.
Council said they were working towards improving the disability parking, but Mrs Soncin said she wasn't satisfied by the "hand-waving" response.
"This debacle should have been addressed years ago," Mrs Soncin said.
"All parking bays for the frail aged and disabled should be a prime priority."
She said the disability parking "doesn't tick the boxes" for her elderly friends, nor those needing wheelchair access.
Mrs Soncin said she and the Community and Development Council would continue "sticking it to council" until the problem was resolved.
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