AARP Livable CommunitiesInformation and inspiration for local leaders

Being a successful mayor, legislator, appointee or municipal staffer requires spending a lot of time outside of city hall, or town hall, or a capital building. AARP staff and volunteers from throughout the nation share their observations about what works and what they hope we’ll all see more of. (Including supermarket schmoozing with members of Congress, pictured.) See the List »

 

Older adults, people of color and the poor are at risk where cars rule the road
Older adults, people of color and the poor are at risk where cars rule the road
Congresswoman Cheri Bustos, left, and a shopper during a Supermarket Saturday event.


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