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Fulton County officials doubt census data showing decrease in towns

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U.S Census Bureau data show the Glove Cities have had a slight increase in population over the past 10 years while the towns in Fulton County have lost people, which doesn’t make much sense to officials in Fulton County. Gloversville and the city of Johnstown gained a combined 484 residents, a 2 percent increase from 200. The 10 towns, with a combined population of 31,123, lost a total of 26 residents, or 0.1 percent. Six ...


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