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MayI ask where is the eldercare going to be at if all these changes are going on. I have two people in my family that go there and they just love it, and gives them something to look forward to doing each day of their lives.As we get older we still the love and friendship of thers in our lives, just as it is in our younger years of learning. Please let's not give up on our elder's and take away the joys of living and being able to be social and have active lives. Thank you.

s/Dottie March, full time family care giver

Answer: The Eldercare Center would be just where it is if all the changes take place, but with greatly improved accessibility. The request made by the businesswomen was only to improve the stairs across from the Eldercare and could only help the Eldercare Center. I would think you'd applaud their efforts, as we do. They want the stairs widened, made more welcoming, and, perhaps, have a more gentle rise. That should be a great benefit to the Eldercare Center, don't you think? -EW

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