This program would really have benefited Mom back when she was forced to give up driving; she also had macular degeneration.
Edgewater resident Betty Steinke, 77, was recently forced to give up her driver’s license because of the severe visual impairment known as macular degeneration.
That left her 84-year-old husband as her only chauffeur. But it won’t be long before Leroy Steinke is off the hook.
After two years of planning, City Hall is ready to roll out a pioneering program that will allow seniors to donate their cars to a new nonprofit agency in exchange for free rides around the clock.