Census data shows split between growing downtown area and declining lower-income neighborhoods in Milwaukee

Last updated on September 9th, 2021 at 01:17 pmWhen the U.S. Census Bureau released detailed population data in August, the picture was not great for Milwaukee. The data showed the city losing more than 17,600 residents since 2010, a nearly 3% drop. Things weren’t much better at the county level where the population drop was

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