After learning that her hometown had some of the worst obesity rates in the state, she launched a campaign against youth "di-obesity" and for a healthy city
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The Rebuild Philadelphia initiative is investing in libraries, parks and playgrounds, Complete Streets policies, Vision Zero projects and overall efforts to be more livable for people of all ages
The city's Heading Home Project and There's a Better Way initiative are solving problems
Serving for 10-terms (that's 40 years!), he revitalized the city, founded an urban design institute and, as a retiree, is teaching at two colleges and helping create an African-American history museum
The fastest-growing age group in his area are people age 65+ — so he's helping the region's urban, suburban and rural communities get ready
The manager of daily operations in this Blue Ridge Mountain city and tourist destination talks about his community's 123 Graffiti Free efforts, accessory dwelling unit policies and more
This popular mayor (he's held the post since 1998) sees age-friendliness as a way to take what his city has wanted to do "and make it real"
Why being age-friendly is key to creating a great place to live
Yes, the winters are cold, but this mayor says her city is a very fine and increasingly fair place for older adults (and people of all ages) to reside year-round
Why the benefits of a city need to benefit everyone
The importance of having an open door
The mayor turned U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development talks about creating an age-friendly city