Annex II door opens after pressing "Push Accessibility Button"

September 27, 2009
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I was outside on a mobile call and I accidentally leaned against the  wheel chair accessibility button next to the door on Annex II and I was able to get in by pulling the door to the right(if you stand  facing the entry door to Annex II).  I checked to see if the door was locked properly and it was. I confirmed this with the Library on duty,  Caroline Harnly. We do not have a guard on duty until 4:00 p.m. and I discovered this problem at 2:30 p.m. This is a security problem, I hope the right person will be notified by posting this here or give me some insight on what to do about this kind of problem in the future.

Thank You.

2 Responses to Annex II door opens after pressing "Push Accessibility Button"

  1. tki on September 30, 2009 at 4:59 pm

    Has this resolved?

  2. Rachel Dulaney, Library Guard on October 2, 2009 at 8:04 pm

    Matt Blevin has asked the library guards to double check that the ADA doors have been powered down at closing time. The interior key controlling power to the ADA door needs to be turned off in order to secure the door properly.

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