livable communities

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In a recent Texas Bullhorn conversation with AARP Texas State Director Tina Tran, Danielle Arigoni discussed Livable Communities’ work supporting local leaders and advocates to effect change in the areas of housing, transportation, parks and public spaces -- all in the service of making them safer, more attractive and accessible for people of all ages.
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AARP Texas will unveil a new community mural Oct. 6, at 1902 S. Lamar St., Dallas, as part of its Livable Communities efforts.
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AARP Texas is helping residents of the Linwood neighborhood in Fort Worth revitalize their urban community.
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To promote age-friendly, livable communities, AARP Texas is hosting gardening classes across the state.
AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities
As members of the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities, Austin and Fort Worth have developed strategic plans to prepare for the needs of an aging population.
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Just northeast of downtown Fort Worth, in a neighborhood of artists, professionals and working class residents, a cadre of AARP volunteers are collaborating with community leaders and residents to transform Six Points Urban Village in the Riverside District into a vibrant, walkable place.
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