From the Cecil Times . . . .
The new U.S. Census Bureau “American Community Survey” finds that in 2008, 11.1 percent of Cecil County residents were age 65 or over. But longer term state projections estimate the senior population will more than double and reach about 15.3 percent of the county’s overall population by 2030.
Cecil County needs to start planning now for the infrastructre of transportation, health care and support services that these seniors will need within the next twenty years, especially in the more rural areas of the county where even the most basic services are all but non-existant.