MOUNT VERNON — Some local residents have raised concerns about the way the 2010 Census is being administered.

 

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3 Responses to “Census complicated in small towns”

  1. L Wolcott

    I live in a rural area and have a mailbox at the end of the lane and did not receive anything in the mail.
    Friday a census worker came to the house and asked where my neighbors house was and that was all.
    I do not think my family was counted.

  2. Smithhisler, M.

    John, it depends on how many people you plan to put in the hole.

  3. John C. Davidson

    The more people hired to make a simple count certainly will add complications which makes no sense unless the Feds have found it convenient during a period when jobs are scarce. The re-distribution of wealth has made us all a bit poorer, I fear.

    It makes no sense to hire more than one person to dig a hole.