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Old Posted May 29, 2008, 4:09 PM
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Incordial bunch, Stephemento ! It's all about population divided by square miles equals density. SF and San Jose are good examples. SF has roughly 800,000 people while nearby San Jose is pushing a million. (hell, it may have it by now)... The former; 47 sq mi. The latter; over 300 sq mi. Big dif in density. You do the math. For me, metro pops are more important to look at than city pops.

What's more, Sac still has a lot of uninhabited space within it's city limits (North Natomas) that can still fit large amounts -- although that is quickly changing. Fresno, does not.
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