SADI Ending Shuttle Service after Serving Heartland for 26 Years

After 26 years of service of providing transportation to disabled individuals and senior citizens SADI is discontinuing their services in the heartland SSDI officials say, the management team made the tough  decision to close the shuttle service after rising costs for ticket sales  weren’t enough to offset  expenses and upkeep for the ageing fleet and employee wages. Officials also say, money is never an issue, but in the non-profit world, funding allocations are always on the legislative chopping block, and grant money is not guaranteed, therefore management decided instead of patching vehicles and putting more money into the service it was time to close it down. Friday is the last day to access SADI services. The transportation services was used by senior citizens and the disabled for doctors appointments, recreational activities shopping and other errands across the local counties of Cape Girardeau, Scott Perry and Mississippi Counties.

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