Burlington Livable Community Project: Planning and Public Health – Can Burlington’s Plans for Downtown and the Waterfront Improve our Health?

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Host Jennifer Wallace-Brodeur speaks with Heather Danis, Burlington District Director for the Vermont Department of Health.   Burlington Livable Community Project is engaging residents, community organizations and the City to make changes so people of all ages can live in the setting of their choice, get around the city in a variety of ways, and engage fully in the life of our community.  For more information visit the AARP Site. 

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