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June 28, 2012IA | By: Grady
Iowa is one of four states where discussions are being held with policymakers, planners and architects, city and county leaders and business leaders, to promote the idea of making all communities what is being called "age-friendly."
Iowa Governor Branstad, along with Nancy LeaMond, an AARP executive vice president, were at Wednesday’s roundtable forum at the Renaissance Savory Hotel in Des Moines. LeaMond says making a community "age-friendly" doesn't just mean making accommodations for older residents.