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Ad Hoc Aging in Place Committee

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The Ad Hoc Aging in Place Committee consists of seven members appointed by the City Commission. A majority of the members shall be residents of Birmingham and qualified voters. When available, preferred qualifications/areas of professional expertise and experience include: gerontologist, senior health or nutrition, adult education, elder law, representative of Birmingham NEXT, and intergenerational specialist. Staff from the Managers Office will serve as ex-officio member(s) of the committee.

The function of the Ad Hoc Aging in Place Committee (AIP) is to study current demographic trends, evaluate the needs of the City’s aging population, and to prepare a City-wide action plan outlining the vision and goals to improve the health, safety and welfare of senior citizens and encourage residents to age comfortably in Birmingham.

Name Member Type Term Expiration
Cris Braun Regular Member 01/31/2025
Rebekah Craft Regular Member 01/31/2025
Rackeline Hoff Regular Member 01/31/2025
Melissa Mark Regular Member 01/31/2025
Rosemary O'Malley Regular Member 01/31/2025
Leslie Pielack Regular Member 01/31/2025
Pamela DeWeese Regular Member 01/31/2025
Mark Clemence Ex-officio Member 01/31/2025

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