The noise was clearly visible as I meandered through the streets of the city of Plumborough, Pennsylvania, on the evening of May 2, 2015.
The Redbank Valley Trail follows a rail corridor developed by Allegheny Valley Railroad to bring passengers, coal and timber to Pittsburgh. Named after the Great Flood, considered the worst catastrophe of the 19th century, the path to the flood path is a unique railway route.
Plum Township was founded as part of the Allegheny Valley Railroad, which originally ran from its original terminus at Redbank Valley Station in Pittsburgh. Plum Township was originally expanded to its current location on the western edge of Redbanks Valley.
Locals refer to plums as "plums," to distinguish them from their former status as townships. Locals refer to it by its former name "Redbanks Valley" and its current name as Plum village, which differs from its former status as a municipality. Locals point to the former name "Riverside," which gave the plum a new name for Redbank Valley.
Plum has shrunk in the area in recent years, but it remains the largest community in Allegheny County. Plum Township was founded in 1853 as Plum Village, a village of about 1,500 inhabitants and about 2,000 inhabitants.
Plum shows that plum has an average family size of 2.9, which is roughly the average household size in Allegheny County. It also has the second and third largest widowed percent of the population and the third largest number of children, at 1.5 percent. The average household size is compared to the "average number of people per family" used for plum households.
The marital status of plum households is useful for Internet research, but not as important as the total number of single people in the area. The next group is compared with the totals of the individual peoples in each area, and the third group is compared with the population as a whole.
The next demographic analysis (Figure 8) looks at the largest population groups in the plum family and can be useful for employment - related research in the areas of education, health, housing, education and employment. It can also be useful for employment research and other demographic studies. The next demographic analysis deals with the larger generation of the plum population, in Figure 9. This can be relevant for education or other demographic studies, such as research.
If we look at the population density of Plum, measured in terms of people per square mile, Figure 6 provides a breakdown of the Plum metro area by age group, providing information on the mean age of citizens and non-citizens, and the percentage of single men and single women. Thirdly, we show the age groups in plums and metro stations, broken down by single adults in each area, and show them by the number of women who have never married, divorced or widowed in the area. Plum Pennsylvania ranks first in age, with the second highest widow rate per 1,000 adults, behind New York City (second) and the third highest percentage of widows among women (2.5 percent). Third, Plum, the metropolitan region, has a higher proportion of widows (11% overall) than the national average (9%), showing that this breaks down single-male adult areas. Finally, in Figure 8, we provide further information on the age of non-citizens by comparing the median age of citizens and immigrants, with the average age for each group being the same as for the population as a whole.
Figure 33 shows the age groups in the Plum metro area, divided by age group, and the percentage of single men and single women in each area. Figure 34 shows a breakdown of the average age of citizens and non-citizens in plums, divided into the median age of the total population and the average age and percentage for each group.
Figure 19 shows the mean age of births in the Plum metro area in the last 12 months, from # 2 to # 5. When we sort by age, we have the lowest percentage of children under 5 years of age, with 39% of the total population being mothers aged 25 to 29 and 0.5% of mothers aged 35 to 39. We have a population of 1.2 million people, as measured by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Census Bureau, but only 1 million of them are born in Verona, which is considered the second most populous city in Pennsylvania after Philadelphia.
Plum is about three - a quarter of the size of the percentage of people who are single for some reason, compared with the United States average of 50%. Plum Pennsylvania ranks second among single households with children under 5 and has 29th overall In our region, there are a high proportion of children aged between 5 and 14 who were born outside the country. Oakmont is the second highest percentage, behind the city of Philadelphia with 1.2 million inhabitants, but only 2.5% of them are born outside the country. If we compare the number of women in Plum, Pennsylvania, with the population born in another country, we are about one-tenth that size. But when compared with one percent born within the United States, plum is also about half.