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Except the chart Stephanopoulos had just showed him was on a per capita basis — deaths per million residents.
This spring, the city closed the road again, so residents could exercise, socially distanced.
The residents seem to have found the walls of their houses highly significant.
The city’s residents could have been told about the hurricane far enough in advance to evacuate, thanks to Cuban Jesuit priest and meteorologist Father Benito Viñes.
That will be impacted by its largest customer, the city of San Diego, when it builds its Pure Water wastewater recycling system, which is supposed to supply a third of its residents’ needs.
This lower socioeconomic status means residents are more likely to be priced out of the housing market, as well.
A resident of City Council District 9 argues in an op-ed that Kelvin Barrios should drop out of the race.
Janessa Goldbeck is a District 9 resident and co-founder of the San Diego chapter of the Truman National Security Project.
In more basic terms, it means that residents will experience all four seasons, with summer typically being hot and muggy, and cold winters.
It is now home to a very diverse population including a large number of LGBTQ residents.

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