Vernonia stakes future on new school

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Articles - October 2011
Thursday, September 22, 2011

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By the numbers

2,155

population in 2011

2,311
population in 2009

160
business permits issued in 2010

180
business permits issued in 2007

366
households with children in school

43
average inches of annual rainfall

32 1011_Vernonia_Map_02
median age

8
city and state parks

$41,181
median household income in 2000

$113 million
damage estimate from 2007 flood

Sources: U.S. Census, City of Vernonia

 



 

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