Adapting Metros for an Aging Population

March 20, 2017 Staff Writer

People are living longer and spending more time in the city, a report by the Milken Institute says. The Institute’s report evaluates 381 U.S. metropolitan areas to determine how well they serve the needs of the nation’s growing population of mature adults, and its Mayor’s Pledge encourages mayors and other public officials to support a healthy environment for aging residents, and nearly 200 mayors have signed the pledge.

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