The young cialis online generic adult workforce on Long Island is in “demographic collapse,” especially in communities with the most expensive housing, a housing services and advocacy group said Tuesday.

Alexander Roberts, executive director of Community Housing Innovations, said the nonprofit group’s analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data for those ages 25 to 34 has a regional aspect, with the same situation showing in Westchester County statistics.

“This should be a wake-up call to all of the Long Island exclusive communities to tell them the world has changed,” he said. “Their children no longer want to be driving six miles to get to a supermarket. They want to have night life. They like to walk. They like to bike.”

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