Hamilton needs to be ‘age-friendly city,’ top bureaucrats say

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Speakers at Social Planning and Research Council event speak about aging and housing

Two of the city’s top bureaucrats say they understand just how important it is for Hamilton to transform itself into an “age-friendly city” — because if we don’t, we’ll quickly feel the brunt of a rapidly aging population.

 “It’s not a secret that the baby boomers are aging, and in the next 10 years, we’ll be in that retirement age,” said city manager Chris Murray at Friday’s conference on aging in the city hosted by the Social Planning and Research Council.

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