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Seniors for Civility

July 26, 2011

“The older you get, the harder it can be to deal with change,” said Gene Aronowitz, a 73-year-oldSunset Park resident who regularly uses the new bike path to do his shopping in Park Slope andkeep himself healthy and mobile. “But the redesign of Prospect Park West is a change for the better. I invite my fellow seniors to join me for a bike ride and sign up for my new Facebook group, Seniors for Civility. Prospect Park West is a safer, more inclusive street for everyone, youngand old; by two-wheels, four-wheels or by foot.”

Brooklyn needs more Seniors for Civility like Gene.  He’s intelligent, reasonable and adept at Facebook.  Many thanks to Gene, as well as the newly formed Neighbors for Better Neighbors, for injecting a little sanity into what has become an utterly insane year in Park Slope and in New York’s move toward a safer, more livable city.

One Comment
  1. July 27, 2011 8:46 am

    Hurray for Gene! I’m not a senior (yet), but I’ll join his facebook page.

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