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Old 02-09-2011, 03:59 PM
 
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Montgomery County

2000: 873,341
2010: 971,777

Prince George's County

2000: 801,515
2010: 863,420

Baltimore City

2000: 651,154
2010: 620,961


Maryland Politics - 2010 Census: Montgomery, Prince George's populations soar, Baltimore shrinks
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Old 02-10-2011, 07:59 AM
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Montgomery County

2000: 873,341
2010: 971,777

Prince George's County

2000: 801,515
2010: 863,420

Baltimore City

2000: 651,154
2010: 620,961


Maryland Politics - 2010 Census: Montgomery, Prince George's populations soar, Baltimore shrinks
Baltimore always challenges the census numbers and wins so it's no surprise. they've torn down a lot of the old housing projects, towers and low income rowhomes in the city and replaced them with high end (less occupancy) units. most if not all of those people were moved to the woodlawn, gwynn oak, owings mills and reisterstown areas of baltimore county. some also got moved to edgewood and abindgon in harford county and some were moved to brooklyn and brooklyn park in anne arundel county. those counties didn't much like it but hey, baltimore's had to carry that burden alone for years so it's only fair.

the city of baltimore lost 5% but the county of baltimore gained 5% in the same time span

Baltimore County QuickFacts from the US Census Bureau

not bad considering that those 2 areas still account for almost 1.5 million people, and they are geographically comparable to the size of montgomery or pg county as far as land mass is concerned.

do you have any projections on when mont. co will hit the 1 million mark? looks like pg county won't be that far behind. which is amazing and a bit frightening at the same time. 2 counties in maryland with roughly 2 million people living in it. and that's not even accounting for the illegal immigrants living in both counties so it's probably already 2 million.
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Old 02-10-2011, 08:01 AM
 
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Shouldn't this be in another forum?
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Old 02-10-2011, 09:45 AM
 
Location: Wilmington, DE
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[quote=(-);17807205]Baltimore always challenges the census numbers and wins so it's no surprise. they've torn down a lot of the old housing projects, towers and low income rowhomes in the city and replaced them with high end (less occupancy) units. most if not all of those people were moved to the woodlawn, gwynn oak, owings mills and reisterstown areas of baltimore county. some also got moved to edgewood and abindgon in harford county and some were moved to brooklyn and brooklyn park in anne arundel county. those counties didn't much like it but hey, baltimore's had to carry that burden alone for years so it's only fair. /QUOTE]

I've noticed more and more Baltimore people in Montgomery and Prince George's as well.
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Old 02-10-2011, 02:40 PM
 
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I'm not surprised. I wouldn't want to live in Baltimore either. In addition, close proximity of Prince Georges and Montgomery County to DC attracts people.
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Old 02-13-2011, 01:12 AM
 
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Baltimore always challenges the census numbers and wins so it's no surprise. they've torn down a lot of the old housing projects, towers and low income rowhomes in the city and replaced them with high end (less occupancy) units. most if not all of those people were moved to the woodlawn, gwynn oak, owings mills and reisterstown areas of baltimore county. some also got moved to edgewood and abindgon in harford county and some were moved to brooklyn and brooklyn park in anne arundel county. those counties didn't much like it but hey, baltimore's had to carry that burden alone for years so it's only fair.

the city of baltimore lost 5% but the county of baltimore gained 5% in the same time span

Baltimore County QuickFacts from the US Census Bureau

not bad considering that those 2 areas still account for almost 1.5 million people, and they are geographically comparable to the size of montgomery or pg county as far as land mass is concerned.

do you have any projections on when mont. co will hit the 1 million mark? looks like pg county won't be that far behind. which is amazing and a bit frightening at the same time. 2 counties in maryland with roughly 2 million people living in it. and that's not even accounting for the illegal immigrants living in both counties so it's probably already 2 million.
Frightening???? Fairfax County, VA is over 1 Million with Loudon County, VA not too far behind which will make both counties combine at 2 million+ by 2020.......
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Old 02-13-2011, 02:57 PM
 
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Frightening???? Fairfax County, VA is over 1 Million with Loudon County, VA not too far behind which will make both counties combine at 2 million+ by 2020.......
Actually, the projections for Loudon County V.A. are no where near what Montgomery and PG county are. You can add about 20,000 or so to this but it's still not even half of Montgomery or PG.

JURISDICTION......................2015............ .....2020............2025..............2030


Loudoun County...................318,700............357,70 0.........397,100.........419,000






http://www.mwcog.org/uploads/pub-doc...0120090230.pdf

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Old 02-14-2011, 12:34 AM
 
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Actually, the projections for Loudon County V.A. are no where near what Montgomery and PG county are. You can add about 20,000 or so to this but it's still not even half of Montgomery or PG.

JURISDICTION......................2015............ .....2020............2025..............2030


Loudoun County...................318,700............357,70 0.........397,100.........419,000






http://www.mwcog.org/uploads/pub-doc...0120090230.pdf
You and I both know that the numbers can change especially since Loudon County continues to Develop East of Leesburg with the anticipation of the New Silver Linie(silver lining lol) Subway Rail going to the Dulles-Sterling-Ashburn area by 2015.........
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Old 05-23-2011, 11:51 PM
 
Location: BALTIMORE, MD
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Baltimore always challenges the census numbers and wins so it's no surprise. they've torn down a lot of the old housing projects, towers and low income rowhomes in the city and replaced them with high end (less occupancy) units. most if not all of those people were moved to the woodlawn, gwynn oak, owings mills and reisterstown areas of baltimore county. some also got moved to edgewood and abindgon in harford county and some were moved to brooklyn and brooklyn park in anne arundel county. those counties didn't much like it but hey, baltimore's had to carry that burden alone for years so it's only fair. /QUOTE]

I've noticed more and more Baltimore people in Montgomery and Prince George's as well.
THE DRIVE FROM MOCO TO DOWNTOWN BALTIMORE IS SMOOTH, COMING FROM NORTHERN SUBURBS SUCH AS BALTIMORE COUNTY,AND HARFORD COUNTY IS TERRIBLE!! PLUS MOCO IS NICE, !!!
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