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    GALLERY: Augusta seeks AARP recognition - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    The Inn at City Hall, left, and in the distance, the Cony Flatiron Senior Residences in Augusta are two examples of housing for senior citizens in Augusta.

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    The Hodgkins School Apartments, which are currently under construction, will add to the available housing aimed at senior citizens in Augusta.

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    An artist rendition for plans for the Hodgkins School Apartments that are being built this year in former middle school in Augusta.

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    Dorothy Mead, 91, confers in this 2015 file photo with Speaker of the House Mark Eves, D-North Berwick, left, and Senator David Burns, R-Whiting, at the flatiron building that once served as Cony High School in Augusta. The structure was renovated for senior housing.

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    MaineGeneral Medical Center in Augusta is one of the available health-care resources in the capital city considered by AARP as part of its Livability Index.

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