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mrl25, I'm not sure where you're getting your information but everything I've found on census.gov says that Victoria's as experienced steady growth numbers from 2000-2010. Both in the county and in the city.
No. Victoria has actually shrunk according to the 2010 census. Oilfield workers are not moving to Victoria. They still have permanent homes in other places. Caterpillar will employ area people, which will help the unemployment rate and help stimulate the local economy.
Absolutely, Victoria is growing. The danger is that in our quest for growth and investing in the north side, we will ignore valuing upgrading the south side of the city. That will be detrimental to all of us.
When city council equates spending equality in the north and south, they count in all the spending downtown as money spent on the south. While that is true, it distorts the picture.
there is a difference between GROWING and GROWING UP...