Part Five: No Place for the Young: Who Will Care for the Cape's Aging Population?

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Part Eight Extra: Interview with Chris Kilian

Part Eight Extra: Interview with Chris Kilian

How We've Grown

Part Eight Extra: Interview with Paul Niedzwiecki

Part Eight Extra: Interview with Paul Niedzwiecki

How We've Grown

Part Eight: Decision Point: Does Cape Cod Have the Will to Fix Its Nitrogen Problem?

Part Eight: Decision Point: Does Cape Cod Have the Will to Fix Its Nitrogen Problem?

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Part Seven: Prevention in Peril: The Challenge to Keep People Housed

Part Seven: Prevention in Peril: The Challenge to Keep People Housed

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Part Six: The Greening of Cape Cod

Part Six: The Greening of Cape Cod

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Part Five Extra: Peter Francese Interview

Part Five Extra: Peter Francese Interview

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The number of seniors who retire to the Cape is continuing to boom, as is the population of those in the 85+ demographic. But who will take care of them in the coming years? Working families and young people have been forced out of the area because of high housing prices and a lack of social and professional opportunities, so the region stands to face a crisis in the imminent future. Emily Sussman reports.
 

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