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Group to discuss methods of making city 'friendly'

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 10, 2014

~~<p>A citizens group tasked with finding ways to make Oahu more accommodating for seniors and others will meet Thursday for the first time.</p>
<p>About 100 business and community leaders are part of the Age-Friendly City Citizens Advisory Committee. They will gather at Ala Moana Park's McCoy Pavilion Thursday morning and split up into working groups to look into six areas where appropriate long-range planning can help seniors and others: outdoor space and buildings; transportation; housing; communication and social involvement; civic participation and employment; and community support and health services.</p>
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A citizens group tasked with finding ways to make Oahu more accommodating for seniors and others will meet Thursday for the first time.

About 100 business and community leaders are part of the Age-Friendly City Citizens Advisory Committee. They will gather at Ala Moana Park's McCoy Pavilion Thursday morning and split up into working groups to look into six areas where appropriate long-range planning can help seniors and others: outdoor space and buildings; transportation; housing; communication and social involvement; civic participation and employment; and community support and health services. Login for more...



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