Cancer patient Jill Whitley, 62, still awaiting new housing due to inability to climb stairs to apartment

City officials say the housing delay is a

City officials say the housing delay is a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. (Credit: News 12 Conencticut)

A Bridgeport city councilwoman is attempting to get a disabled woman into a new apartment after several delays from the neighborhood housing authority.

Councilwoman Eneida Martinez-Walker says 62-year-old Jill Whitley can no longer climb the stairs to her second-floor apartment. Martinez-Walker says the delays from Park City Communities, a federally funded housing authority, are in violation...

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