City Needs Plan To Deal With Explosion In Senior Population, Stringer Says

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — With New York City’s population aging, Comptroller Scott Stringer said the city needs a path forward to help seniors age in their homes.

As WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond reported, Stringer appeared Tuesday at the Greenwich House Senior Center, 20 Washington Square North, and called upon the city to plan for an explosion in the senior population.

“We want to jump start a long-term conversation so that by the time even more baby boomers are ready to retire, they have options to age with dignity, right here in New York City,” he said.

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