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Mayors nationwide (including New York's Bill de Blasio, pictured) are taking action to help people of all ages live in places that are safe, afforda­ble and accessible. Read an excerpt from the new AARP book Where We Live: Communities for All Ages  — and learn how to both get the book for free (!) and tell us about your community's inspiring livability ideas! Go »  

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