1990 per capita spending of Minnesota"s medium-sized and large cities
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Published by The Division in St. Paul, Minn. (525 Park St., Suite 400, St. Paul 55103) .
Written in English



  • Minnesota.,
  • Minnesota


  • Municipal budgets -- Minnesota.,
  • Municipal finance -- Minnesota.,
  • Municipal services -- Minnesota -- Finance.

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Edition Notes

StatementOffice of the State Auditor, Research and Government Information Division.
ContributionsMinnesota. Office of the State Auditor. Research and Government Information Division.
LC ClassificationsHJ9260 .A19 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 50 p. ;
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1361519M
LC Control Number92622036

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Per capita personal health care spending in Minnesota was $8, in This is a % increase from the previous year ($8,). Primary care physicians in Minnesota see patients per year on average, which represents a % increase from the previous year ( patients). As of April , the country's largest cities by population spent an average of $2, per citizen in the most recent fiscal year for which reports were available. This number is percent of the average amount spent in the states where those cities are located. Those same cities' council members have $ million of spending power on average, which is percent of the $ The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Headquarters: Berry St., Suite , San Francisco, CA | Phone Washington Offices and Barbara Jordan Conference Center: . Key Findings. Minnesota's median household income in was $70, Minnesota's overall poverty rate was 10% in ; , Minnesotans, including , children under still had family incomes below the official poverty threshold in (about $25, for a family of four in ).

Map of Radon Zones in Minnesota based on Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) data More Minnesota directories: Cities, towns, and villages in Minnesota between and residents ; Towns, and villages in Minnesota with fewer than residents; More data: Zip Codes, Counties, Businesses, Houses, Weather Forecasts. Population: 5,, Area: 86, sq. miles Land Area: 79, sq. miles Water Area: 7, sq. miles Population Density: people per sq. mile Elevation. Appendix A provides a more detailed analysis of factors that contribute to the differences in city1 spending. 1 Overview This report provides residents of medium-sized and large cities with the information that is necessary to begin to evaluate their city's spending patterns. The report enables city residents to compare their. Per capita income 1 Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, D.C-Virginia-Maryland MSA 5,, $47, 2 San Jose-Santa Clara-Sunnyvale, California MSA 1,, $40, 3 Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, Washington MSA 3,, $39, 4 San Francisco-Oakland .