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By Enma Elias

With the borough’s senior citizens outnumbering the entire population of such American cities as Cincinnati, St. Louis and Salt Lake, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams yesterday released a report with 33 recommendations to make their lives easier.

The comprehensive 48-page report dubbed, Age-Friendly Brooklyn, was compiled in partnership between Adams’ office and the New York Academy of Medicine (NYAM). It is based on 1,895 survey responses and cites a number of government agencies, academic institutions and civic and business organizations.

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