NewsMinden Hills Looks At Making Buildings More Accessible SHARE ON: Kaitlin Livingston, contributor, Monday, Jan. 30th, 2017Minden Hills needs to be more accessible for those with disabilities. That’s according to the township’s Director of Community Services, Mark Coleman, who is asking council to create a list of options to improve accessibility. He says once that’s done, he can apply for a $30,000 grant called Access4All Canada. The application is due by the end of March, and council is expected to come up with some ideas before then. So far, one option has been discussed. Councillor Jean Neville says the Lochlin Community Centre needs an accessible washroom.