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City to Invest $58 Million in Senior Services, Open 25 Centers as Part of Five-Year Plan
City to Invest $58 Million in Senior Services, Open 25 Centers as Part of Five-Year Plan

April 14, 2021 By Allie Griffin

The city will invest $58 million to expand services for seniors to help them stay in their own homes, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday.

The money will be invested in the first year of de Blasio’s five-year “Community Care Plan” for older New Yorkers.

The plan calls for the creation of 25 additional senior centers across the five boroughs — specifically in communities with large aging populations that are currently underserved — as well as additional program staff, transportation services and outreach efforts.

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Sponsored Story: Should You Move Your Current Pooled Income Trust to KTS?

April 13, 2021 Sponsored Story

People are not always aware that they can switch to a new pooled income trust. Others aren’t sure that it’s the right move for them—even if they are unsatisfied with their current one. Or they may not be sure that now is the right time to make the change. Once they finally decide to seek out a new pooled income trust, they don’t know what to do or how the process works.