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Population growth continues

Region among most popular in state for movers

Construction of new homes along Whitney Dr. in The Enclave of Sheldon Hills off Route 146 in Halfmoon.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Construction of new homes along Whitney Dr. in The Enclave of Sheldon Hills off Route 146 in Halfmoon.
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After New York City, more people are moving into the Capital Region than any other part of the state. Area officials, leaders and planners have a few theories as to why the region is experiencing population growth, pointing to everything from GlobalFoundries to the construction of the Northway in the 1950s to the promotion of the region as Tech Valley and even to good sewer and water hookups. While no one could pinpoint a single ...


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