June 30, 2005

  • 600,000?  

    When did Fort Worth's population grow to over 600,000

    According to an article in the Dallas Morning News, though, that's
    where we're at now . . . 603,337; we jumped 3.1% in the last year.

    Didn't we annex someone who didn't much want to be annexed?  I
    daresay a fair chunk of growth is accounted for by annexation, since
    we're not landlocked like Dallas.

    Still don't like it, though.   Fort Worth's getting too darn big for its britches. 

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  • Having driven both in Denver and Ft. Worth, I am amazed!! We are a lot easier to get around in and down town is closer. Hmmm. Guess it's all the outlying areas that have been taken over. Personally I wish we could live in small villages like in Europe where we can walk everywhere and kids and dogs can run around free. Cars have a lot to be forgiven for. Plus it's generally cooler over there. Oh well, we have air conditioning!! That makes up for all short comings.

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