Beta Release: Incomplete/Experimental, see notes.
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- Pop. Estimate: 53,794 (2019)
- Pop. Last Census: 52,266 (2010)
- Pop. Growth: 1.9%
- Pop/Sq Mile: 121.5 (2010)
- Area: 430.13 (2010) Sq. Miles
- Median House Value: $125,300
- Owner Occupied: 74.3%
- Median Rental Cost: $668
- Avg. Commute To Work Time: 23.0
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