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  • Vitals – biggest city in state; population & land mass; 42 nd largest in US, ahead of St. Louis, Oakland, Miami, Pittsburgh, Newark Tallest building – gag: show picture of building in Dubai – oops, replace w/ picture of Westin Large transient population – Military, tourists Trying to build a Light Rail; $120M over budget in neighboring Norfolk, VA
  • Vitals – biggest city in state; population & land mass; 42 nd largest in US, ahead of St. Louis, Oakland, Miami, Pittsburgh, Newark Tallest building – gag: show picture of building in Dubai – oops, replace w/ picture of Westin Large transient population – Military, tourists Trying to build a Light Rail; $120M over budget in neighboring Norfolk, VA
  • Vitals – biggest city in state; population & land mass; 42 nd largest in US, ahead of St. Louis, Oakland, Miami, Pittsburgh, Newark Tallest building – gag: show picture of building in Dubai – oops, replace w/ picture of Westin Large transient population – Military, tourists Trying to build a Light Rail; $120M over budget in neighboring Norfolk, VA
  • Last Sunday, 10/18/2009, the editor of the neighborhood section of my local paper, The  Virginian-Pilot , said that he was looking for ways to improve how he reports crime data. At the same time, I know that neighborhood crime is a hot topic in our community league meetings, casual get-togethers, and email lists.
  • Last Sunday, 10/18/2009, the editor of the neighborhood section of my local paper, The  Virginian-Pilot , said that he was looking for ways to improve how he reports crime data. At the same time, I know that neighborhood crime is a hot topic in our community league meetings, casual get-togethers, and email lists.
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