POPULATION EXPLOSION ALERTS.

No end in sight to Valley’s population growth
Allentown Morning Call
Newly revised projections from the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission show that our strategically located and enticingly inexpensive region could be home to an additional 227000 people by 2040, bringing its total population to nearly 900000 and growing.
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Allentown Morning Call

ESCONDIDO: City punts population forecast, riling slow-growth advocates
North County Times
Community leaders worried that Escondido might become similar to sprawling Los Angeles say they’re frustrated that city officials have decided they don’t even want to take a guess at Escondido’s long-term population. The community leaders, who support 
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Juneau, other Southeast towns, top state’s growth rate
Juneau Empire
New state population estimates show Juneau adding more than 1000 residents in the last year, doubling its growth for the entire previous decade. All of Southeast saw growth at above the statewide average of 1.7 percent, according to new estimates 
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Surge in British population expected in census results
Telegraph.co.uk
The UK’s foreign-born population increased from 3.8 million in 1993 to more than 7 million last year, according to the ONS’s Labour Force Survey, with the highestgrowth taking place between 2005 and 2006, after EU enlargement. Net migration accounted 
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Population explosion: Pakistan hurtling towards water crisis
Business Recorder (blog)
“We are heading towards an acute water shortage largely because of rapidpopulation growth and failure of successive governments to build reservoirs to store water,” the official added. Top Wapda officials in their presentation to the Senate’s Standing 
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Business Recorder (blog)

An open letter to: the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce, Macon Economic 
Macon Telegraph (blog)
According to the April 2012 issue of Georgia Trend Magazine, from 1990 to 2000 Muscogee (Columbus) County’s average annual growth in population was 0.4 percent. From 2001-2011, its average annual growth was 0.2 percent. Its average annual growth
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