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Plus: A Case for Walkable Parking
February 14, 2018  
AARP
Livable Communities Newsletter
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Can an Entire State Be Age-Friendly?
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo believes it can. That’s why his is the first state to join the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities.
LEARN ABOUT THE ‘ALL POLICIES’ PLAN
Does Two Make a Trend?
It just might! By enrolling Massachusetts, Gov. Charlie Baker has made his state the second to join the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities.
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Events, Resources & More
Communal Living Isn’t Commune Living — There are at least 150 cohousing communities in the United States today, with lots more in the works. Many are multigenerational. Source: The New York Times ►
A New Life for an Old Mall — To reuse an existing space and stave off suburban blight, a South Carolina county is moving many of its government offices and core services into a dying shopping center. Source: NACo County News ►
How to Create Walkable Parking — And, by doing so, build less parking and avoid parking excess. Source: Reinventing Parking ►
Nominations are still being accepted for three categories of the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary’s Awards: Historic Preservation, Healthy Homes, and Public-Philanthropic Partnerships. The deadlines are fast approaching. Don’t Delay
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