Photo from “CityGirlCT” on city-data
How do we build an arc from that vintage, working class community to the millennial mentality and how they want to live, and how they’ve come into their quality of life that they so treasure? I haven’t figured it out,” said Frances Gerety, who has lived on Elmcroft Road for 24 years and used to manage a factory on Pacific Street. “I’m thinking deeply on the subject.”
Sigh. Think about how you wanted to live when you were the same age, add wifi, and boom. There you go. Its not hard to see past generational lines if you consider people as people and not as baby boomers, gen x, or millennials.