Robert Hoff lets out a “woo” to celebrate after unexpectedly sinking a ball during a game of pool on Jan. 23 at SearStone, a continuing care retirement community off Davis Drive in Cary. Cary may not have enough housing to accommodate the town’s growing population of seniors, according to a recently-released report by the town’s Aging Issues Task Force.
Robert Hoff lets out a “woo” to celebrate after unexpectedly sinking a ball during a game of pool on Jan. 23 at SearStone, a continuing care retirement community off Davis Drive in Cary. Cary may not have enough housing to accommodate the town’s growing population of seniors, according to a recently-released report by the town’s Aging Issues Task Force. aspecht@newsobserver.com
Robert Hoff lets out a “woo” to celebrate after unexpectedly sinking a ball during a game of pool on Jan. 23 at SearStone, a continuing care retirement community off Davis Drive in Cary. Cary may not have enough housing to accommodate the town’s growing population of seniors, according to a recently-released report by the town’s Aging Issues Task Force. aspecht@newsobserver.com

Report: Cary serves seniors well, but may lack housing under population boom

January 26, 2015 11:21 PM

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