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I dreamed Columbus was climbing the charts..
I dreamed Columbus was climbing the census charts...
I thought I heard on the news very early this morning that Columbus was now the 14th largest city in the US. Maybe I was more asleep than awake but I tried to find the info on the US Census Bureau site and via Google when I'd had some coffee.
The big news from the US Census Bureau is of course that Phoenix is the 5th largest city in the US now surpassing Philadelphia.
New York city is growing. Like most newspapers The New York Times covered the story that populations are growing in the south and western US and declining in some parts of the country including the area referred to as the "Rust Belt."
I personally hate the term "Rust Belt." I get it but I hate it.
"Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Rochester and other cities in the Rust Belt and upstate New York recorded population losses of more than 5 percent since 2000. But, except for Cleveland, these older cities recorded smaller losses since 2005, suggesting that their population declines may have been stanched. Columbus, Ohio, and Indianapolis gained population in the latest one-year period."
The CNN Money article about the fastest ... more
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