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Willard said Empire Haven, just outside Moravia in Cayuga County, rejected his request to provide a sign language interpreter for the deaf so he could understand what would be said at several festival workshops he wanted to attend.Also, he offered to pay for his own interpreter if the nudist camp would discount or waive his park entry and workshop registration fees.
It costs for non-Naturist Society members to attend the weeklong festival.Willard said he hopes the Justice Department comes down hard on Empire Haven — setting an example for other businesses that don’t comply with the law.Empire spokeswoman Michele Keagle said she later emailed an apology to Willard, but he said he never received any such email from Keagle or anyone else at Empire.Tom Willard, who has a hearing impairment, has filed a federal complaint against the Moravia-area nudist camp he says is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act by failing to provide an interpreter for the deaf at a naturist festival there this week. Moravia, NY -- For Tom Willard, this week's naturist festival at Empire Haven Nudist Park is more about what he could not hear than what he might want to see.The 53-year-old deaf man from Rochester recently filed a complaint with the U. Justice Department, charging Empire Haven and festival organizers with disregarding his civil rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.