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Input requested from older adults on aging services plan

       The Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments (PPACG) is updating its four-year strategic plan to provide services to area seniors and is seeking input.
       Adults 60 and older and their caregivers are invited to comment on what challenges they face to remaining independent as they grow older, and what services (i.e. transportation, meals, handyman help) are a priority.
       PPACG is the regional government planning agency, serving a three-county area that includes El Paso County.
       A survey is available by going to ppacg.org, calling 471-7080 x139 or visiting the PPACG office, 15 S. Seventh St., during normal weekday hours.
       Meetings are also scheduled elsewhere in the region (Feb. 25 in Calhan, Feb. 27 in Fountain, March 3 in Woodland Park, March 4 in Fairplay and March 11 in Cripple Creek).

Westside Pioneer/press release
(Posted 2/24/15; Community: Ongoing Issues)

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