From Military to Medicare: Perceptions of City Leaders on the Effects of Converting a Closed Base Site into a Retirement Community
Holt, Barbara J.
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This study examines past community experiences with an increased elderly population and compares the results with opinions reflected in a survey of community leaders anticipating a similiar demographic change. The perceptions are presented to determine the extent of support and the predicted effects on the social, economic and political characteristics of the community.
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