Brookline: Action network issues new guide


The Brookline Community Aging Network this week announced it has a new guide to one-floor living in town, another benefit for members of the organization. The directory identifies more than 75 large residential buildings that have elevators, and includes a variety of other information. Membership is open to all ages and costs $25 per person or $50 per family. Visit www.brooklinecan.org or call 617-730-2777. Andreae Downs

Because of a reporting error, a Globe West Community Briefing item for Brookline on April 29 provided incorrect information on an organization that recently issued a guide to one-floor living. The group is the Brookline Community Aging Network.

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