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Andover Commission on Disability

The ACOD is a commission of nine volunteers serving three-year terms and appointed by the Board of Selectmen to advocate on disability-related issues. The majority (5) of the commission members must be disabled or directly related to a person with disabilities.

Mission:

Address Andover's disability needs for the town and its residents, visitors and families with disabilities.

Our Goals:

Members:

A volunteer board of 9 Andover residents. The majority of members must be disabled, and one must be an immediate family member of a disabled person.

Meetings:

We meet at least once each month at 7 P.M. at the Memorial Hall Library. Meetings are normally held on the fourth Wednesday of every month.

Town Offices - 36 Bartlet St, Andover, MA 01810
Phone: (978) 623-8335   andovercod@gmail.com
TDD: (978) 623-8333
Fax: (978) 623-8518
Contact the Chairperson, Madelaine St. Amand --- Acting with any questions about the Andover Commission on Disability.

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