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  • city | | Lancaster PA Blog
    wide per capita income dipped by 0 6 in 2007 per capita income was 25 214 In 1999 it was 25 382 Question What do you make of the fact that in the county median household income significantly grew while per capita income slightly declined Lancaster city is not alone in hearing bad news Every metro area in Northeast Ohio in some ways a peer region saw such a decline In Wooster median household income was down 20 Home Values Lancaster city City homes declined 20 in value The median home value in 2007 was 71 300 In 1999 it was 88 724 in 2007 dollars Lancaster County County homes increased 14 in value The median home value in 2007 was 169 500 In 1999 it was 148 454 This disparity in property value trending obviously has massive tax implications Consider also the difference in aging infrastructure 63 1 of city homes were built prior to World War II In the county homes that old account for only 24 3 of the market In the city 3 6 of homes were built in the past 17 years In the county that number is 23 3 Households with Income over 100 000 Lancaster city In 2007 there were 1 241 households earning 100k or more representing 5 9 of city households In 1999 there were 663 measured using 1999 dollars about 3 1 of households Lancaster County In 2007 there were 30 711 households with income 100k or more representing 16 7 of county households In 1999 there were 16 799 measured using 1999 dollars about 9 8 of households Below the Poverty Line Even before the economic recession poverty levels were increasing in both the city and the county Lancaster city As of 2007 25 4 of individuals in the city were living below the poverty line up from 21 2 in 1999 Fully 65 of single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger were living below the poverty line up from 54 9 in 1999 Lancaster County As of 2007 9 1 of individuals in the county were living below the poverty line up from 7 8 in 1999 Among single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger 52 5 were living below the poverty line in 2007 up from 43 7 in 1999 Top Industries Lancaster city In 1999 the top 3 industries in terms of number of people employed were Manufacturing 23 7 Educational health and social services 19 9 Retail trade 13 2 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational health and social services 21 1 Manufacturing 17 3 Professional scientific and management and administrative and waste management services 12 7 Lancaster County In 1999 the top 3 industries were Manufacturing 22 5 Educational health and social services 18 2 Retail trade 13 0 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational services and health care and social assistance 20 2 Manufacturing 18 7 Retail

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  • home value | | Lancaster PA Blog
    wide per capita income dipped by 0 6 in 2007 per capita income was 25 214 In 1999 it was 25 382 Question What do you make of the fact that in the county median household income significantly grew while per capita income slightly declined Lancaster city is not alone in hearing bad news Every metro area in Northeast Ohio in some ways a peer region saw such a decline In Wooster median household income was down 20 Home Values Lancaster city City homes declined 20 in value The median home value in 2007 was 71 300 In 1999 it was 88 724 in 2007 dollars Lancaster County County homes increased 14 in value The median home value in 2007 was 169 500 In 1999 it was 148 454 This disparity in property value trending obviously has massive tax implications Consider also the difference in aging infrastructure 63 1 of city homes were built prior to World War II In the county homes that old account for only 24 3 of the market In the city 3 6 of homes were built in the past 17 years In the county that number is 23 3 Households with Income over 100 000 Lancaster city In 2007 there were 1 241 households earning 100k or more representing 5 9 of city households In 1999 there were 663 measured using 1999 dollars about 3 1 of households Lancaster County In 2007 there were 30 711 households with income 100k or more representing 16 7 of county households In 1999 there were 16 799 measured using 1999 dollars about 9 8 of households Below the Poverty Line Even before the economic recession poverty levels were increasing in both the city and the county Lancaster city As of 2007 25 4 of individuals in the city were living below the poverty line up from 21 2 in 1999 Fully 65 of single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger were living below the poverty line up from 54 9 in 1999 Lancaster County As of 2007 9 1 of individuals in the county were living below the poverty line up from 7 8 in 1999 Among single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger 52 5 were living below the poverty line in 2007 up from 43 7 in 1999 Top Industries Lancaster city In 1999 the top 3 industries in terms of number of people employed were Manufacturing 23 7 Educational health and social services 19 9 Retail trade 13 2 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational health and social services 21 1 Manufacturing 17 3 Professional scientific and management and administrative and waste management services 12 7 Lancaster County In 1999 the top 3 industries were Manufacturing 22 5 Educational health and social services 18 2 Retail trade 13 0 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational services and health care and social assistance 20 2 Manufacturing 18 7 Retail

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  • housing | | Lancaster PA Blog
    wide per capita income dipped by 0 6 in 2007 per capita income was 25 214 In 1999 it was 25 382 Question What do you make of the fact that in the county median household income significantly grew while per capita income slightly declined Lancaster city is not alone in hearing bad news Every metro area in Northeast Ohio in some ways a peer region saw such a decline In Wooster median household income was down 20 Home Values Lancaster city City homes declined 20 in value The median home value in 2007 was 71 300 In 1999 it was 88 724 in 2007 dollars Lancaster County County homes increased 14 in value The median home value in 2007 was 169 500 In 1999 it was 148 454 This disparity in property value trending obviously has massive tax implications Consider also the difference in aging infrastructure 63 1 of city homes were built prior to World War II In the county homes that old account for only 24 3 of the market In the city 3 6 of homes were built in the past 17 years In the county that number is 23 3 Households with Income over 100 000 Lancaster city In 2007 there were 1 241 households earning 100k or more representing 5 9 of city households In 1999 there were 663 measured using 1999 dollars about 3 1 of households Lancaster County In 2007 there were 30 711 households with income 100k or more representing 16 7 of county households In 1999 there were 16 799 measured using 1999 dollars about 9 8 of households Below the Poverty Line Even before the economic recession poverty levels were increasing in both the city and the county Lancaster city As of 2007 25 4 of individuals in the city were living below the poverty line up from 21 2 in 1999 Fully 65 of single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger were living below the poverty line up from 54 9 in 1999 Lancaster County As of 2007 9 1 of individuals in the county were living below the poverty line up from 7 8 in 1999 Among single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger 52 5 were living below the poverty line in 2007 up from 43 7 in 1999 Top Industries Lancaster city In 1999 the top 3 industries in terms of number of people employed were Manufacturing 23 7 Educational health and social services 19 9 Retail trade 13 2 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational health and social services 21 1 Manufacturing 17 3 Professional scientific and management and administrative and waste management services 12 7 Lancaster County In 1999 the top 3 industries were Manufacturing 22 5 Educational health and social services 18 2 Retail trade 13 0 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational services and health care and social assistance 20 2 Manufacturing 18 7 Retail

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  • income | | Lancaster PA Blog
    wide per capita income dipped by 0 6 in 2007 per capita income was 25 214 In 1999 it was 25 382 Question What do you make of the fact that in the county median household income significantly grew while per capita income slightly declined Lancaster city is not alone in hearing bad news Every metro area in Northeast Ohio in some ways a peer region saw such a decline In Wooster median household income was down 20 Home Values Lancaster city City homes declined 20 in value The median home value in 2007 was 71 300 In 1999 it was 88 724 in 2007 dollars Lancaster County County homes increased 14 in value The median home value in 2007 was 169 500 In 1999 it was 148 454 This disparity in property value trending obviously has massive tax implications Consider also the difference in aging infrastructure 63 1 of city homes were built prior to World War II In the county homes that old account for only 24 3 of the market In the city 3 6 of homes were built in the past 17 years In the county that number is 23 3 Households with Income over 100 000 Lancaster city In 2007 there were 1 241 households earning 100k or more representing 5 9 of city households In 1999 there were 663 measured using 1999 dollars about 3 1 of households Lancaster County In 2007 there were 30 711 households with income 100k or more representing 16 7 of county households In 1999 there were 16 799 measured using 1999 dollars about 9 8 of households Below the Poverty Line Even before the economic recession poverty levels were increasing in both the city and the county Lancaster city As of 2007 25 4 of individuals in the city were living below the poverty line up from 21 2 in 1999 Fully 65 of single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger were living below the poverty line up from 54 9 in 1999 Lancaster County As of 2007 9 1 of individuals in the county were living below the poverty line up from 7 8 in 1999 Among single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger 52 5 were living below the poverty line in 2007 up from 43 7 in 1999 Top Industries Lancaster city In 1999 the top 3 industries in terms of number of people employed were Manufacturing 23 7 Educational health and social services 19 9 Retail trade 13 2 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational health and social services 21 1 Manufacturing 17 3 Professional scientific and management and administrative and waste management services 12 7 Lancaster County In 1999 the top 3 industries were Manufacturing 22 5 Educational health and social services 18 2 Retail trade 13 0 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational services and health care and social assistance 20 2 Manufacturing 18 7 Retail

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  • industries | | Lancaster PA Blog
    wide per capita income dipped by 0 6 in 2007 per capita income was 25 214 In 1999 it was 25 382 Question What do you make of the fact that in the county median household income significantly grew while per capita income slightly declined Lancaster city is not alone in hearing bad news Every metro area in Northeast Ohio in some ways a peer region saw such a decline In Wooster median household income was down 20 Home Values Lancaster city City homes declined 20 in value The median home value in 2007 was 71 300 In 1999 it was 88 724 in 2007 dollars Lancaster County County homes increased 14 in value The median home value in 2007 was 169 500 In 1999 it was 148 454 This disparity in property value trending obviously has massive tax implications Consider also the difference in aging infrastructure 63 1 of city homes were built prior to World War II In the county homes that old account for only 24 3 of the market In the city 3 6 of homes were built in the past 17 years In the county that number is 23 3 Households with Income over 100 000 Lancaster city In 2007 there were 1 241 households earning 100k or more representing 5 9 of city households In 1999 there were 663 measured using 1999 dollars about 3 1 of households Lancaster County In 2007 there were 30 711 households with income 100k or more representing 16 7 of county households In 1999 there were 16 799 measured using 1999 dollars about 9 8 of households Below the Poverty Line Even before the economic recession poverty levels were increasing in both the city and the county Lancaster city As of 2007 25 4 of individuals in the city were living below the poverty line up from 21 2 in 1999 Fully 65 of single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger were living below the poverty line up from 54 9 in 1999 Lancaster County As of 2007 9 1 of individuals in the county were living below the poverty line up from 7 8 in 1999 Among single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger 52 5 were living below the poverty line in 2007 up from 43 7 in 1999 Top Industries Lancaster city In 1999 the top 3 industries in terms of number of people employed were Manufacturing 23 7 Educational health and social services 19 9 Retail trade 13 2 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational health and social services 21 1 Manufacturing 17 3 Professional scientific and management and administrative and waste management services 12 7 Lancaster County In 1999 the top 3 industries were Manufacturing 22 5 Educational health and social services 18 2 Retail trade 13 0 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational services and health care and social assistance 20 2 Manufacturing 18 7 Retail

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  • labor | | Lancaster PA Blog
    wide per capita income dipped by 0 6 in 2007 per capita income was 25 214 In 1999 it was 25 382 Question What do you make of the fact that in the county median household income significantly grew while per capita income slightly declined Lancaster city is not alone in hearing bad news Every metro area in Northeast Ohio in some ways a peer region saw such a decline In Wooster median household income was down 20 Home Values Lancaster city City homes declined 20 in value The median home value in 2007 was 71 300 In 1999 it was 88 724 in 2007 dollars Lancaster County County homes increased 14 in value The median home value in 2007 was 169 500 In 1999 it was 148 454 This disparity in property value trending obviously has massive tax implications Consider also the difference in aging infrastructure 63 1 of city homes were built prior to World War II In the county homes that old account for only 24 3 of the market In the city 3 6 of homes were built in the past 17 years In the county that number is 23 3 Households with Income over 100 000 Lancaster city In 2007 there were 1 241 households earning 100k or more representing 5 9 of city households In 1999 there were 663 measured using 1999 dollars about 3 1 of households Lancaster County In 2007 there were 30 711 households with income 100k or more representing 16 7 of county households In 1999 there were 16 799 measured using 1999 dollars about 9 8 of households Below the Poverty Line Even before the economic recession poverty levels were increasing in both the city and the county Lancaster city As of 2007 25 4 of individuals in the city were living below the poverty line up from 21 2 in 1999 Fully 65 of single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger were living below the poverty line up from 54 9 in 1999 Lancaster County As of 2007 9 1 of individuals in the county were living below the poverty line up from 7 8 in 1999 Among single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger 52 5 were living below the poverty line in 2007 up from 43 7 in 1999 Top Industries Lancaster city In 1999 the top 3 industries in terms of number of people employed were Manufacturing 23 7 Educational health and social services 19 9 Retail trade 13 2 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational health and social services 21 1 Manufacturing 17 3 Professional scientific and management and administrative and waste management services 12 7 Lancaster County In 1999 the top 3 industries were Manufacturing 22 5 Educational health and social services 18 2 Retail trade 13 0 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational services and health care and social assistance 20 2 Manufacturing 18 7 Retail

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  • median income | | Lancaster PA Blog
    wide per capita income dipped by 0 6 in 2007 per capita income was 25 214 In 1999 it was 25 382 Question What do you make of the fact that in the county median household income significantly grew while per capita income slightly declined Lancaster city is not alone in hearing bad news Every metro area in Northeast Ohio in some ways a peer region saw such a decline In Wooster median household income was down 20 Home Values Lancaster city City homes declined 20 in value The median home value in 2007 was 71 300 In 1999 it was 88 724 in 2007 dollars Lancaster County County homes increased 14 in value The median home value in 2007 was 169 500 In 1999 it was 148 454 This disparity in property value trending obviously has massive tax implications Consider also the difference in aging infrastructure 63 1 of city homes were built prior to World War II In the county homes that old account for only 24 3 of the market In the city 3 6 of homes were built in the past 17 years In the county that number is 23 3 Households with Income over 100 000 Lancaster city In 2007 there were 1 241 households earning 100k or more representing 5 9 of city households In 1999 there were 663 measured using 1999 dollars about 3 1 of households Lancaster County In 2007 there were 30 711 households with income 100k or more representing 16 7 of county households In 1999 there were 16 799 measured using 1999 dollars about 9 8 of households Below the Poverty Line Even before the economic recession poverty levels were increasing in both the city and the county Lancaster city As of 2007 25 4 of individuals in the city were living below the poverty line up from 21 2 in 1999 Fully 65 of single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger were living below the poverty line up from 54 9 in 1999 Lancaster County As of 2007 9 1 of individuals in the county were living below the poverty line up from 7 8 in 1999 Among single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger 52 5 were living below the poverty line in 2007 up from 43 7 in 1999 Top Industries Lancaster city In 1999 the top 3 industries in terms of number of people employed were Manufacturing 23 7 Educational health and social services 19 9 Retail trade 13 2 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational health and social services 21 1 Manufacturing 17 3 Professional scientific and management and administrative and waste management services 12 7 Lancaster County In 1999 the top 3 industries were Manufacturing 22 5 Educational health and social services 18 2 Retail trade 13 0 In 2007 the top 3 industries were Educational services and health care and social assistance 20 2 Manufacturing 18 7 Retail

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  • population | | Lancaster PA Blog
    Per Capita Income Lancaster city As of 2007 median household income was 31 599 In 1999 it was 37 045 adjusted to 2007 dollars That means household income dropped 15 between 1999 and 2007 In that same time per capita income dropped 9 in 2007 per capita income was 15 813 In 1999 it was 17 365 Lancaster County As of 2007 median household income was 63 499 In 1999 it was 56 628 When you tack on the suburbs median household income grew 12 within the county But county wide per capita income dipped by 0 6 in 2007 per capita income was 25 214 In 1999 it was 25 382 Question What do you make of the fact that in the county median household income significantly grew while per capita income slightly declined Lancaster city is not alone in hearing bad news Every metro area in Northeast Ohio in some ways a peer region saw such a decline In Wooster median household income was down 20 Home Values Lancaster city City homes declined 20 in value The median home value in 2007 was 71 300 In 1999 it was 88 724 in 2007 dollars Lancaster County County homes increased 14 in value The median home value in 2007 was 169 500 In 1999 it was 148 454 This disparity in property value trending obviously has massive tax implications Consider also the difference in aging infrastructure 63 1 of city homes were built prior to World War II In the county homes that old account for only 24 3 of the market In the city 3 6 of homes were built in the past 17 years In the county that number is 23 3 Households with Income over 100 000 Lancaster city In 2007 there were 1 241 households earning 100k or more representing 5 9 of city households In 1999 there were 663 measured using 1999 dollars about 3 1 of households Lancaster County In 2007 there were 30 711 households with income 100k or more representing 16 7 of county households In 1999 there were 16 799 measured using 1999 dollars about 9 8 of households Below the Poverty Line Even before the economic recession poverty levels were increasing in both the city and the county Lancaster city As of 2007 25 4 of individuals in the city were living below the poverty line up from 21 2 in 1999 Fully 65 of single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger were living below the poverty line up from 54 9 in 1999 Lancaster County As of 2007 9 1 of individuals in the county were living below the poverty line up from 7 8 in 1999 Among single mother households no husband present with children 5 years old or younger 52 5 were living below the poverty line in 2007 up from 43 7 in 1999 Top Industries Lancaster city In 1999 the top 3 industries in terms of number of

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