Albie (car_chase_scene) wrote,

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2006 Popualtion Makes a Comeback

"The Census Bureau estimated San Angelo's June 1, 2005, population at 88,014, which is down from its peak of 88,419 in 2000. The city's population dropped by 0.48 percent between 2000 and 2005, and the county's fell by 0.39 percent. The 2006 estimate brings the six-year loss to 0.07 percent. For the first time since 2000, Tom Green County population has reached to within 100 people of 104,000. Tom Green County was estimated to have 103,938 people on June 1, 2006, up from 103,409 in 2005 and 104,010 at the 2000 census. The one-half percent increase reverses a half-decade of stagnant-to-declining growth. The Census reported, 1,641 people were born in Tom Green County between June 1, 2005 and June 1, 2006, and 1,022 died. The 619-person "natural increase" was offset partially by a 105-person loss in migration."

--March 31st San Angelo Standard Times

This kind of stuff fascinates me.
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