Pasco remains Washington’s fastest-growing city, according to census figures released this month. The results of the 12016 American Community Survey confirm the Tri-Cities is growing in numbers and contain a few surprises as well. The release comes as the U.S. Census Bureau prepares for the 2020 census.
Pasco remains Washington’s fastest-growing city, according to census figures released this month. The results of the 12016 American Community Survey confirm the Tri-Cities is growing in numbers and contain a few surprises as well. The release comes as the U.S. Census Bureau prepares for the 2020 census. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Pasco remains Washington’s fastest-growing city, according to census figures released this month. The results of the 12016 American Community Survey confirm the Tri-Cities is growing in numbers and contain a few surprises as well. The release comes as the U.S. Census Bureau prepares for the 2020 census. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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