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Join Online Discussion and Learn More About Accessory Dwelling Units

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A recent AARP survey found that more than 54 percent of Rhode Islanders age 45 and older would consider building an accessory dwelling unit on their property to give loved ones a space of their own.  One of AARP Rhode Island’s top 2022 General Assembly priorities is to make it easier to add an ADU by reducing or eliminating zoning requirements and other barriers. 

On Tuesday, April 26, from 10 to 11:30 a.m., join Danielle Arigoni, director of AARP Livable Communities, and a panel of experts for “Thinking Outside the Four Walls: Age-Friendly Housing Ideas for How and Where You Want to Live,” an online discussion about ADUs. Register at aarp.org/RILivable

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