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 California
California's vast terrain is connected by an extensive system of Freeway, Expressway, and Highway, all maintained by Caltrans and patrolled by the California Highway Patrol, except for the numbered expressways in Santa Clara County which were built and maintained by the county itself.
The state of California has 478 cities, the majority of which are within one of the large Metropolitan area.
While California is among the most Democratic and liberal states in the nation because of the large concentration of voters in populous areas, much of California is politically very conservative, notably the Central Valley, the Inland Empire, Orange and San Diego counties, and most inland, eastern, and rural areas.
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 League of California Cities
The following is information on the state of California, its residents and its basic geography.  The statistics related here are taken from the US Census Bureau and the California Department of Finance.  Figures in parenthesis are from 1989 and are kept to show population growth in the state.
Number of cities by population range: (last updated 10/04)
Number of cities with elected city clerks (as of 6/05):
www.cacities.org /doc.asp?id=53   (170 words)

  
 Planet Diary Archive 2003 - Atmosphere - California Cities Top Smog List
Six California cities were named to the nation's smoggiest cities top ten list in a recent air quality survey of the American Lung Association.
Cities from outside of California in the top ten were Houston, Atlanta, Knoxville, and Charlotte.
A new study says California's cities are the smoggiest in the country.
www.phschool.com /science/planetdiary/archive03/atmo2050903.html   (248 words)

  
 State of change / Immigration, cost reshape California as it stays younger than U.S.
Demographer Hans Johnson of the Public Policy Institute of California in San Francisco said the foothills population is aging because the region is attracting neither immigrants nor young families leaving expensive, large cities.
California cities top list of crowded homes (6/16/02)
California's median age was 33.3 years in 2000, two years younger -- light years, demographically speaking -- than the U.S. median age of 35.3.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2001/05/23/MN181061.DTL   (1369 words)

  
 List of cities in California (by population) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of urbanized areas in California (by population)
The following is list showing the largest incorporated cities in the state of California according to population.
Note: Cities with over 400,000 in population are bolded
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_cities_in_California_(by_population)   (92 words)

  
 University of California Extension: Santa Cruz, California
At English Language and International Programs at UC-Santa Cruz Extension, students from more than 65 countries have been taking advantage of ELI's high-quality language and cultural training for more than 20 years.
You may be residing in one of our local cities for several years or planning to immigrate to California in the near future.
English Language and International Programs: In today's world, your ability to use English fluently will help advance your career.
www.usjournal.com /en/students/campuses/ucsc.html   (1672 words)

  
 A Statistical Tour of California's Great Central Valley
The county's population as of January 1, 1996, was encompassed in the cities of Sacramento (384,800), Folsom (41,450), Galt (15,400), Isleton (830) and unincorporated areas (680,900).
The county's population of 17,950 is distributed among the cities of Colusa (5,275), Williams (3,020) and unincorporated areas (9,650).
The remaining 34,800 of the county's 54,400 population are in unincorporated areas.
www.library.ca.gov /crb/97/09   (6636 words)

  
 California Encyclopedia Article @ VariedTastes.com
California's vast terrain is connected by an extensive system of freeways, expressways, and highways, all maintained by Caltrans and patrolled by the California Highway Patrol, except for the numbered expressways in Santa Clara County which were built and maintained by the county itself.
The state of California has 478 cities, the majority of which are within one of the large metropolitan areas.
California is governed as a republic, with three branches of government: the executive branch consisting of the Governor of California and the other independently elected constitutional officers; the legislative branch consisting of the Assembly and Senate; and the judicial branch consisting of the Supreme Court of California and lower courts.
www.variedtastes.com /encyclopedia/California   (6432 words)

  
 California City Info
Below is a list of California's cities with websites.
Before researching a city, take a moment to bookmark this page and think of the next person you know who will be buying a home.
Within these site you'll find info on local population, schools and city services.
www.californiarealestatecenter.com /city_info.htm   (121 words)

  
 Moveandstay Forum - School Fundraising 800-527-6416 Candy fundraising
U.S. cities with a population greater than 100,000 (according to the 2000 U.S. Census)
Most common incorporated city names, with number of states and links to city pages (counts according to the 2000 U.S. Census).
www.moveandstay.com /forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=177   (3916 words)

  
 California - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
California's vast terrain is connected by an extensive system of freeways, expressways, and highways, all maintained by Caltrans and patrolled by the California Highway Patrol, except for the numbered expressways in Santa Clara County which were built and maintained by the county itself.
The state of California has 478 cities, the majority of which are within one of the large metropolitan areas.
While California is among the most Democratic and liberal states in the nation because of the large concentration of voters in populous areas, much of California is politically very conservative, notably the Central Valley, the Inland Empire, Orange and San Diego counties, and most inland, eastern, and rural areas.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/California   (5122 words)

  
 The Monk Forums - 866-261-5334 Penofin Sealant Nationwide shipping
(for a more exhaustive list Penofin see List of cities in California)
U.S. cities with a population greater than 100 Penofin 000 (according to the 2000 U.S. Census)
(for a more exhaustive list Penofin see List of cities in Illinois
www.themonk.com /Forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=503   (5122 words)

  
 Tsui Design & Research Inc. In The Media
He is a hero to a growing international population of persons, young and old, educated and uneducated, artistic and non artistic, urban and rural, academic and professional, from all walks of life and backgrounds.
It is normalcy that our architecture demeans us by its very repetition and uniformity leaving us perishing on a lonely island of obscurity amidst the striking beauty and diversity of nature's beauty.
It is normalcy that we open our doors and windows only to look out onto the banal and brummagem (tawdry) city and suburban landscape which numbs and alienates our soul leading to the angry, despairing and estranged attitudes of people and to the loneliness of a meaningless and removed landscape.
www.tdrinc.com /media.html   (7924 words)

  
 California Minority Populations Become Majority For First Time [Free Republic]
Asians and Hispanics are the fastest growing of the state's ethnic groups, with both populations increasing by nearly 35 percent between 1990 and 1999, according to the census projections.
The white population is being ethnicly cleansed from the largest state in the union and all we hear are lame jokes, such a population who cares so little for its own survival has no chance to go on existing no matter how prosperous and powerful they are at present.
The population of African-Americans and American Indians increased slightly, with African-Americans accounting for 7.5 percent of the state's people.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a39ac8a1e6326.htm   (3960 words)

  
 California
Main articles: List of cities in California, List of cities in California (by population), List of urbanized areas in California (by population)
California is the most populous state in the U.S., and contains about 12% of the U.S.'s population.
California is governed as a republic, with three branches of government, the executive branch consisting of the Governor of California and the other elected constitutional officers, the legislative branch consisting of the Assembly and Senate, and the judicial branch consisting of the Supreme Court of California and lower courts.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/C/California.htm   (3960 words)

  
 New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, as of 2004, New York was the third largest state in population after California and Texas, with a population of 19,227,088, a 0.2% increase over the 2003 population (19,190,115).
Albany is the state capital, New York City is the largest city, and the Town of Hempstead is its largest town, based on its large population.
Due to the preponderance of the population concentrated in the southern portion around New York City, the state is often regionalized into Upstate and Downstate.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/New_York   (3297 words)

  
 Pat Flannery on the Web
A large segment of the Irish population in New York City sympathized with the liberation movement in Ireland.
By 1842, the Irish had already experienced decades of starvation and oppression at the hands of the British, so it is possible that young James left his troubled homeland in anticipation that the environment, both economic and political, would deteriorate further.
Unlike their eastern counterparts, the Irish who settled in the West managed to grow rapidly beyond the hunger and despair of famine-ridden Ireland to shape the development of the third largest state in the Union, California.
www.patflannery.com /irishhistory/fromshamockstoserapes.htm   (16656 words)

  
 List of Lists
List of cities in North Carolina by population
List of Ceremonial counties of England by Population
List of cities, towns, and villages in New Mexico
www.starrepublic.org /encyclopedia/wikipedia/l/li/listoflists.html   (2023 words)

  
 Ethnicity and Race: American Diversity Patterms
While they make up only 12.5% of the U.S. population, Hispanics now are 32.4% of California's population and 77.1% of them have a Mexican heritage.
Americans have been forced by circumstances to focus on this debate over what the country should be like in the future.
Richard Rodriguez, a leading American essayist and social commentator, believes that the debate between the multiculturalism and melting pot models is largely irrelevant because constant close contact between people of different ethnic/racial groups in the U.S. is progressively resulting in a blurring of the differences between them.
anthro.palomar.edu /ethnicity/ethnic_6.htm   (2055 words)

  
 List of U.S. cities with large Chinese American populations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The following list of cities with a population of between 100,000 and 250,000 have a Chinese American population in excess of 1 pecent of the total.
Cities with large Chinese American populations with a critical mass of at least 1% of the total urban population and at least 10% of the total suburban population.
Regions with significantly large Chinese American populations include the San Gabriel Valley and Silicon Valley in California and the Tri-State Region (New York and New Jersey) of the East Coast.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_U.S._cities_with_large_Chinese_American_populations   (634 words)

  
 
Dates, places and other significant events are listed with the maps making them a fabulous source of California's history between 1846 and 1909 showing how the state emerged from pastoral to urban as the population burgeoned and business flourished.
Antique Maps of the United States - California CD This CD is brimming with 49 exquisitely crafted antique maps of cities in California made between 1846 and 1909.
A fascinating look at the towns and wilds of California as they were at the beginning of the 20th century.
www.traveldrama.com /shop/panama.html   (3807 words)

  
 Heritage Tidbits: U.S. Hispanic Nation Archives
A doubling of buying power in six years is not accomplished by population growth alone; as we’ve explored before, the Hispanic population is gradually moving up the job skills continuum and achieving higher levels of education.
Two decades after sitting for the first time in a Spanish-language newsroom in Los Angeles, I prefer to believe that the U.S. Hispanic community is a cultural group made up by several ethnicities.
Relative to other large Hispanic markets like California, Miami, or New York, Texas is a centrally located jumping off point.
www.heritagetidbits.com /archives/us_hispanic_nation   (9973 words)

  
 New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, as of 2004, New York was the third largest state in population after California and Texas, with a population of 19,227,088, a 0.2% increase over the 2003 population (19,190,115).
The southern tip of New York State—New York City, its suburbs, and the southern portion of the Hudson Valley—can be considered to form the central core of a "megalopolis," a super-city stretching from the northern suburbs of Boston to the southern suburbs of Washington and therefore occasionally called "BosWash".
The five New York City boroughs (and their counties) are: (1) The Bronx (Bronx), on the mainland, north of (2) Manhattan (New York) on Manhattan Island.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/New_York   (9973 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: List of sister cities in the United States
Chicago, colloquially known as the Second City and the Windy City, is the third-largest city in population in the United States and the largest inland city in the country.
This is a list of sister cities in the United States aranged alphabetically by state.
The City of Melbournes coat of arms Melbourne is the capital and largest city of the state of Victoria, and the second largest city in Australia (after Sydney), with a population of 3,600,650 in the Melbourne metropolitan area (June 2004) and 61,670 in the City of...
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/List-of-sister-cities-in-the-United-States   (9973 words)

  
 US Census Press Releases
Eight of the nation’s top 10 fastest growing large cities (100,000 or more population) since Census 2000 lie in the Western states of Arizona, Nevada and California, according to new U.S. Census Bureau population estimates for July 1, 2003.
Gilbert, Ariz., a suburban community, south of Phoenix, of 145,250 people, led the list with a growth rate of 32 percent in the 39-month period between April 1, 2000, and July 1, 2003.
Los Angeles, the second most populous city at 3.8 million, had the largest population increase, adding 125,209 people since Census 2000.
www.census.gov /Press-Release/www/releases/archives/population/001856.html   (400 words)

  
 United States Population Dynamics - WOA!
A quarter of the population of California was not born in the US.
Half of the homeless population in the United States was estimated to be black, 31% white, and 13% Hispanic.
In the South growth was 5.3% in the cities and 18.4% outside, while in the Midwest growth declined by 0.3% in central cities while their surrounding areas gained 10.0%, and in the Northeast growth in central cities fell 2.0% while the surrounding areas grew 3.7%.
www.overpopulation.org /USpopulation.html   (11408 words)

  
 United States Population Dynamics - WOA!
California's population will increase to 49.3 million by the year 2025 -an increase of 18 million, which would be as if all of the state of New York moved in, a result of an anticipated 22 million births, 9 million immigrants, and offset by deaths.
The nation's population is projected to grow less during 1999 (2,316,000) than it did during 1998, primarily because of an expected rise in the number of deaths.
In the South growth was 5.3% in the cities and 18.4% outside, while in the Midwest growth declined by 0.3% in central cities while their surrounding areas gained 10.0%, and in the Northeast growth in central cities fell 2.0% while the surrounding areas grew 3.7%.
www.overpopulation.org /USpopulation.html   (11408 words)

  
 United States Population Dynamics - WOA!
California's population will increase to 49.3 million by the year 2025 -an increase of 18 million, which would be as if all of the state of New York moved in, a result of an anticipated 22 million births, 9 million immigrants, and offset by deaths.
A quarter of the population of California was not born in the US.
Major biodiversity would also be lost: 95% of the country's endangered plants are in just three states, California, Florida and Hawaii, which have the highest population growth rates." The environmental impact of the average American is 30 to 50 times that of a citizen in a country like India.
www.overpopulation.org /USpopulation.html   (11408 words)

  
 Ethnicity and Race: American Diversity Patterms
While they make up only 12.5% of the U.S. population, Hispanics now are 32.4% of California's population and 77.1% of them have a Mexican heritage.
Americans have been forced by circumstances to focus on this debate over what the country should be like in the future.
Richard Rodriguez, a leading American essayist and social commentator, believes that the debate between the multiculturalism and melting pot models is largely irrelevant because constant close contact between people of different ethnic/racial groups in the U.S. is progressively resulting in a blurring of the differences between them.
anthro.palomar.edu /ethnicity/ethnic_6.htm   (2055 words)

  
 NC030600.txt
As California cities surge in population and thirst, a system of water allocation that is both market-driven and equitable is essential, according to Brent Haddad, author "Rivers of Gold: Designing Markets to Allocate Water in California." Haddad spent five years writing the book that is based on case studies of market trading in natural resources.
A former city attorney and judge, Eagan is a full-time, strong mayor and the longest-serving city official in the Show-Me state.
The city of Dayton and the adjacent four counties of Darke, Greene, Miami, and Montgomery, are partners in the Dayton Regional Development Alliance.
sml.nlc.org /NC030600.txt   (9881 words)

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