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Old 10-15-2017, 12:11 PM
 
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Looks like it's not blacks they're running away from. Since Shaker Heights had a larger percentage of black people in 2000. Maybe it's something else?
In some towns, blacks are running away from other blacks. (I don't think Shaker falls into this category.) For example, Harvey, south of Chicago, is losing population as middle-class blacks leave due to high crime and the rundown appearance of the town.
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Old 05-22-2018, 01:52 AM
 
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Copy replicate urban neighboring major entity or affirmatively establish your own unique identity that is entirely separate the second you cross these special administrative annexations municipalities. Gradual or even very suddenly rather than from the absolute beginning usually with these types of towns randomly sprouting up. That professionally expresses meticulous attention to specific details in the planning process having to follow spontaneous activity along what occurs in the smooth drastic transformation of a town. The final words harmonious metamorphosis over the next years to decades encompassing a prior starting point.
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