"Toledo Mayor Carty Finkbeiner yesterday said the city - with the help of a data analysis firm based in Washington - identified enough people uncounted by the U.S. Census Bureau to boost the population back over the 300,000 mark.
"During the city's preparation for the 2010 census, the staff of the plan commission identified over 1,400 addresses previously not recorded on the U.S. Census Bureau's current address list," Mr. Finkbeiner said. "That undercount could have a significant impact on federal funding."
The uncounted 1,400 addresses were discovered through new construction permits. That translates into about 4,000 people, the mayor said."