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Population Dip Alters Town Election; Tax Bills Reflect Changes

February 17, 2013

When the massive, nationwide campaign was launched during the administration of President Dwight Eisenhower to rebuild and modernize the nation’s highway system, it was enthusiastically greeted....

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Johnson2616

Feb-18-13 12:01 PM

I'm a little confused by Bridgeport losing Scott Lumber due to Rt 7 by-pass and I-70. I recall visiting Scott Lumber's headquarters in Bridgeport long after the completion of both highways and visiting their retail yard in Lansing, also after completion; so am wondering just how Bridgeport lost Scott Lumber (might be because the entire chain was closed down).

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Wheeldog

Feb-19-13 12:57 PM

Good question, Johnson. It would seem the reporter is assigning reasons based on his bias rather than clear evidence. The loss of population likely results from several causes, including a general downturn in the regional economy.

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