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Budget Axe Hangs Over Senior Center

Friday, May 31, 2002

New York City's Department of Aging hasn't escaped the budget axe. Plans to close seven senior centers are angering the elderly and their advocates. They say these facilities are a lifeline for the communities' older citizens. But city officials say with the looming deficit there are no sacred cows as they try to reduce services. Elaine Rivera reports.

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