Q&A With Bryan Barnett, Mayor of Rochester Hills, Michigan

From the 2018 AARP National Livable Communities Conference


Nancy LeaMond, AARP Executive Vice President and Chief Advocacy & Engagement Officer, and Bryan K. Barnett, mayor of Rochester Hills, Michigan, and vice president of the United States Conference of Mayors, discuss several of the key issues being faced by city leaders and how local governments and residents are working together on solutions.


Recorded on November 14, 2018


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