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Author: Robert B. Arthur
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: payments, states, counties, sharing, revenue, management, agencies, land
Number of Pages: 76
Published: 1998-06
ISBN-10: 0788177311
ISBN-13: 9780788177316

Federal land management agencies (FLMA) within the Department of the Interior & Agriculture administer revenue-sharing programs to compensate states & counties for the tax-exempt status of federal lands within their boundaries. This report provides information on: the programs that the FLMA's use to compensate states & counties & identify the major differences among these programs; the processes that Calif., Oregon, & Wash. (COW) use to distribute the federal payments to the counties & the major differences among them; & (3) the amount of federal compensation that COW received & distributed to

Author: Richard L. Forstall
Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Popu
Keywords: states, decennial, censuses, one, united, counties, population, twenty
Number of Pages: 240
Published: 1996
ISBN-10: 0934213488
ISBN-13: 9780934213486

Report provides the total population for each of the nation's 3,141 counties from 1990 back to the first census in which the county appeared.

Author: Daniel W. Hancock
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: responsibilities, realigning, reform, justice, juvenile
Number of Pages: 105
Published: 2009-12
ISBN-10: 1437916392
ISBN-13: 9781437916393

In shifting responsibility to the counties for hundreds of Californiażs youth offenders, the state recognized that its juvenile justice system cannot be reformed without radical change. Though prompted by cost concerns, the realignment of responsibilities to the counties was the right policy move. Many counties have demonstrated that they can provide programs and treatment to youth offenders who need to turn their lives around in settings that allow them to reintegrate more successfully into their communities. Contents of this report: Juvenile Justice in California; Realignment Leadership and

Author: Jeffrey Walser
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: rural, community, banks, support, areas, health, depopulation, future, economic
Number of Pages: 39
Published: 2010-08
ISBN-10: 1437926746
ISBN-13: 9781437926743

The U.S. is in the midst of a major demographic event: the de-population (DP) of a significant portion of the nationżs rural counties. This study spells out the causes and ramifications of DP, explores the effects of DP on community banks in the depopulating regions, and discusses possible policies for coping with the phenomenon. It focuses on the relationship between agr. and popżn. density; the relationship between agr. and DP; the contributing factors of technol. change; and the commercial structure of rural counties and how it affects DP. Looks at community banks in the Great Plains, whi

Author: John Cromartie
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: rural, america, impact, migration, boom, baby
Number of Pages: 36
Published: 2009
ISBN-10: 1437921531
ISBN-13: 9781437921533

An analysis of age-specific, net migration during the 1990s reveals extensive shifts in migration patterns as Americans move through different life-cycle stages. Identifies the types of non-metro counties that are likely to experience the greatest surge in baby boom migration during 2000-20 and projects the likely impact on the size and distżn. of retirement-age popżs. in destżn. counties. The analysis finds a significant increase in the propensity to migrate to non-metro counties as people reach their 50żs and 60żs and projects a shift in migration among boomers toward more isolated sett

Author: Israel Rupp
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: lebanon, berks, counties, history
Number of Pages: 520
Published: 2010-09-15
ISBN-10: 1429045167
ISBN-13: 9781429045162

Author: Marc J. Perry
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: migration, net, domestic
Number of Pages: 99
Published: 2008-04-01
ISBN-10: 1428987770
ISBN-13: 9781428987777

Migration is playing a larger role in population redistribution within the U.S. With birth & death rates currently low & largely similar across the country, natural increase (the excess of births over deaths) exerts less influence than it used to in explaining why some regions, states, or counties have faster population growth than others. This report describes recent patterns of population redistribution reflected in the domestic net migration component of population estimates data. Analysis focuses on net migration for a number of different kinds of geographic areas, including regions, divis
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