Census reveals Farmington has grown b...

Census reveals Farmington has grown by 20 percent

There are 28 comments on the Farmington Daily Times story from Mar 16, 2011, titled Census reveals Farmington has grown by 20 percent. In it, Farmington Daily Times reports that:

San Juan County grew by 14.3 percent in the past decade to a population of 130,044, according to census data released Tuesday.

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Tuscumbia, AL

#21 Mar 16, 2011
Mexicans wrote:
I hope they toast the two racist comments on here so far. I am Caucasion and the mexican neighbors I have, have been the best neighbors I have had since I have lived here. That has included two other sets of neighbors. DT patrol your forums. You state that people must "Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator." At the bottoms of this box.
Just because you don't agree with them then they should be deleted, how about deleting yourself.

Salt Lake City, UT

#22 Mar 16, 2011
FlyOnTheWall wrote:
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Few years back they claimed that gangs from SoCal were settling in Farmington?
the had to move, they couldn't make a dishonest living....
Sure Thing

Farmington, NM

#23 Mar 16, 2011
Leadership? Where? Oh, you're still drinking the kool-aid, that explains everything. I have yet to see any leadership demonstrated by that clown.
I Agree wrote:
I agree with Ms.Nobis from the Chamber of Commerce thanks to President Obama's leadership and Millions of Dollars in Federal Stimulus Money San Juan County and Farmington have grown and diversified without depending on just the Natural Gas Industry. The same industry that so disastrously flopped this Winter and caused Millions of Dollars in Damage and Human Suffering.
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Rio Rancho, NM

#24 Mar 16, 2011
Add it up: Farmington + Aztec + Bloomfield + Kirtland + Shiprock and you get 76,922. San Juan County = 130,044. So where do the other 53,122 people live ?

The Dept of Labor Statistics shows a labor force of 56,272 for San Juan County, so where do the other 73,772 people work ?

If we assume that for every 2 working adults there are 2 children that still leaves 17,500 people unaccounted for ?

Oh now I get it, the Census was conducted by a bunch of Obamanites out of Window Rock !
SomethingWrongHe re

Rio Rancho, NM

#25 Mar 16, 2011
'In Farmington, 62.8 percent of residents described themselves as white and 22 percent as American Indian or Alaska natives.'

Latino or Hispanic people are considered as 'WHITE' in this DT's or Obama Census.

Farmington, NM

#26 Mar 17, 2011
oatmeal wrote:
And the area has lost 15 % of that due to the econony since census was completed.
And your source for this statistic is...?

Albuquerque, NM

#27 Mar 18, 2011
Calm Dude wrote:
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Relax can't you see that those posts are just trying to get you all flapped up?
Anyway be happy that we are less than 1% black.
What is black and white and red all over?

Those of you lokking for missssspellllings, it's read! But I didn't want to give it away.

It's these topix columns.

Albuquerque, NM

#28 Mar 18, 2011
Adaman wrote:
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And your source for this statistic is...?
The reason they all left was they could not be tea-baggers.

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