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Is Your South Dakota City Age-Friendly?

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Milbank, a town of more than 3,000 residents in the northeastern region, has joined Sioux Falls as the second municipality in South Dakota to become a part of AARP’s Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities.

Milbank’s leaders are committing to improving livability for residents of all ages. Officials are doing an assessment of needs and then developing a five-year plan.

Well-designed, livable communities can sustain economic growth and make for healthier, happier residents of every age.

More than 435 communities, six states and one territory belong to the network.

Learn more at aarp.org/agefriendly.