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August 15, 2018
Livable Communities Newsletter
Tool Kits & Resources
10 Ways to Welcome Older Consumers
Retailers are recognizing the need to be age-friendly. The Age-Friendly Honolulu coalition offers them advice for engaging with kūpuna. (That’s Hawaiian for “older adults.”)
START WITH ALOHA
10 Questions From
Test your knowledge about age-friendliness, boomers, livable communities and more. Here’s a prep question: Which came first, the Boomer Generation or the Silent Generation?
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Legacy Cities Receive Some Love
— The leaders of communities characterized
by abandoned factories, struggling shops and vacant homes are engaging residents to revitalize neighborhoods one block at a time.
Cities of Service
Tiny Homes Turn a Corner
— More and more county governments are tweaking their zoning codes to allow very small houses.
How to Transform an Abandoned Property
— A civil engineer offers three basic, but very important, steps to follow.
Center for Creative Land Recycling
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The top two articles are adapted from
Where We Live: Communities for All Ages.
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