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Viewpoint: It’s time to call out ageism for the sake of our wellbeing (access required)

“Everything you know about aging is wrong. It’s not your fault. Everything you’ve been taught about aging is wrong.” I imagine some of you read those words and said, “Huh?” Then thought, “Well no. I know better. Being old is ...

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Longer life expectancies also mean longer retirements (access required)

Due to an overall increase in life expectancy over the past several decades, a person who is 65 today is expected to live to about age 85, whereas someone in 1940 would be expected to live until they were 79 according to the Retirement Industry Trust Association.

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270 on East addresses need for affordable, supportive housing (access required)

All are available to households with incomes at or below 80 percent of the Area Median Income, with 63 reserved for households at or below 50 percent of the AMI and another 36 reserved for households at or below 60 percent of the AMI.

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PathStone’s Skyview Park Apartments a model for big-box adaptive reuse (access required)

When Amy Casciani looked at the shuttered remnants of retail vitality on the former Irondequoit Mall complex a few years back, she didn’t see urban/suburban blight, she saw a solution to a problem. Monroe County, like just about every other ...

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