MADISON, NJ - The Borough of Madison has been named a member of The AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities, announced the AARP. According to the organization, membership in the network means that a community’s elected leadership has made a commitment to actively work with residents and local advocates to make their town, city, countyor state an age-friendly place to live.

Mayor Robert Conley and Borough Council member John Hoover were presented with a certificate of membership at the Council meeting on September 23 by AARP New Jersey State President Lavelle Jones, who praised “communities such as Madison where people can grow up and
grow old.”

Mayor Conley praised Madison for being age-friendly, cited the work of Tri-Town 55+, a non-profit, community-based organization that addresses the quality of life and diverse needs and interests of older adults and their families in the communities, and thanked member Hoover for initiating municipal activities for that population.

 

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