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City for All Ages Blueprint for Growing Aging Population
 
Mayor Bloomberg, City Council Speaker Quinn and New York Academy of Medicine President Jo Ivey Boufford, MD, outline a series of 59 initiatives aimed at making New York a more livable City for its growing senior population. The initiatives in Age-Friendly NYC: Enhancing Our City’s Livability for Older New Yorkers, which fulfill a promise made by the Mayor in his 2008 State of the City address, are a blueprint for promoting active aging focused on four areas: community and civic participation; housing; public spaces and transportation; and health and social services.  

Mayor Bloomberg, City Council Speaker Quinn and New York Academy of Medicine President Jo Ivey Boufford, MD, outline a series of 59 initiatives aimed at making New York a more livable City for its growing senior population. The initiatives in Age-Friendly NYC: Enhancing Our City’s Livability for Older New Yorkers, which fulfill a promise made by the Mayor in his 2008 State of the City address, are a blueprint for promoting active aging focused on four areas: community and civic participation; housing; public spaces and transportation; and health and social services.
Mayor Bloomberg, City Council Speaker Quinn and New York Academy of Medicine President Jo Ivey Boufford, MD, outline a series of 59 initiatives aimed at making New York a more livable City for its growing senior population. The initiatives in Age-Friendly NYC: Enhancing Our City’s Livability for Older New Yorkers, which fulfill a promise made by the Mayor in his 2008 State of the City address, are a blueprint for promoting active aging focused on four areas: community and civic participation; housing; public spaces and transportation; and health and social services.
Mayor Bloomberg, City Council Speaker Quinn and New York Academy of Medicine President Jo Ivey Boufford, MD, outline a series of 59 initiatives aimed at making New York a more livable City for its growing senior population. The initiatives in Age-Friendly NYC: Enhancing Our City’s Livability for Older New Yorkers, which fulfill a promise made by the Mayor in his 2008 State of the City address, are a blueprint for promoting active aging focused on four areas: community and civic participation; housing; public spaces and transportation; and health and social services.
Mayor Bloomberg, City Council Speaker Quinn and New York Academy of Medicine President Jo Ivey Boufford, MD, outline a series of 59 initiatives aimed at making New York a more livable City for its growing senior population. The initiatives in Age-Friendly NYC: Enhancing Our City’s Livability for Older New Yorkers, which fulfill a promise made by the Mayor in his 2008 State of the City address, are a blueprint for promoting active aging focused on four areas: community and civic participation; housing; public spaces and transportation; and health and social services.
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