The population count of Connecticut was 3,594,478 in 2017. The population count of Kansas was 2,903,820 in 2017.


Population Change

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Demographics and Population Datasets Involving Kansas or Connecticut

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    Populated Places in Connecticut | Last Updated 2015-04-06T14:07:46.000Z

    A listing of named populated places within Connecticut. This listing represents a subset of place names in Connecticut from the U.S. Board on Geographic Names, and is limited to populated places.

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    Kansas City Buildings | Last Updated 2019-02-16T00:21:49.000Z

    Buildings data Kansas City, MO Housefacts v1.2

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    Connecticut Town Population Projections 2015-2025 | Last Updated 2015-12-17T17:43:23.000Z

    These projections are created based upon several datasets and while these estimates are developed based on multiple data sources, actual population changes may vary from these projections. To assist in planning, analysis, and decision making, the population projections have been developed based on state and locally derived fertility rates.

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    Kansas City Building Inspections | Last Updated 2015-06-30T19:36:54.000Z

    Kansas City, MO building inspections Housefacts standard v1.2

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    Population by Neighborhood | Last Updated 2016-02-22T16:45:12.000Z

    This dataset was provided by the City Planning and Development Department and contains population figures for each Kansas City, Missouri Neighborhood according to the 2010 Census.

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    Correctional Facility Daily Population Count By Facility | Last Updated 2019-05-14T19:34:46.000Z

    CT Department of Correction Facility Population Count by Date, By Status, Filter by Facility

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    Kansas City Building Inspection Violations | Last Updated 2015-06-30T19:36:46.000Z

    Building Inspection Violation cases Kansas City, MO Housefacts v1.2

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    Kansas City Monthly Car Auction | Last Updated 2019-05-07T17:20:04.000Z

    AUCTION RULES AND REGULATIONS : In order to ensure that order is maintained, acts of theft are eliminated, and to keep the risk of any loss to a minimum on auction days, auction customers must: Be licensed with the State of Missouri, as a salvage dealer in order to purchase salvage vehicles. If the buyer present at an auction is not listed on the state salvage license, a letter from the owner of the company must be on file, authorizing the buyer to purchase vehicles under the companies state salvage license. If the buyer is a salvage dealer operating inside the city limits of the City of Kansas City, they must have been issued a State of Missouri salvage license and a KCMO Salvage Yard permit; OR be a KCMO licensed automotive repair business with a Non-Salvage Yard determination. - All buyers must register with the auctioneer and be issued a buyer number. Buyer numbers must be worn at all times. - All buyers must have valid state ID to register. - All buyers must be at least 18 years of age. Penalties may be imposed on auction customers for failure to comply with all established protocols and procedures. A buyer may be suspended or banned for a period of 3 years or permanently banned for violation of established auction protocols and procedures. Buyer may be removed immediately and given a 3 year suspension for: - Disruptive, disrespectful, obscene or abusive language toward other customers, the auctioneer or City staff members. - Refusal to follow legal direction of City staff or auctioneers. - Bidders may enter the driver’s side door of a vehicle to access the hood release only. Entering vehicles to access trunks, glove boxes, or interior areas will result in immediate removal and permanent suspension. - Dumping trash from purchased vehicles on the lot before taking the purchased vehicle. - Failing to take all vehicle parts when taking the purchased vehicle from the lot. - Failure to pay for vehicles purchased at an auction. (Upon completion of the three year suspension, a $500.00 deposit will be required for all purchases made) - Failure to pay security deposit for vehicles purchased at auction, when required. - 2nd violation of any offense listed as a 6 month suspension Buyers may be banned permanently for: - Any form of theft. - Any 2nd failure to pay for vehicles purchased. - Assault on another customer, city staff member, the auctioneer and their staff or anyone on Tow Service property. - Any misrepresentation, as a buyer for a company, when not authorized or without written approval, from that company to act as a buyer for said company. - Being found in violation of any city code pertaining to inoperable vehicles on property owned or controlled by the buying company or individual buyer. - Attempting to purchase vehicles while under a 6-month or 12-month suspension. All sales must be final and paid in full by 4:30 PM on the day of the sale. The auctioneer will process all final sales and provide documentation of the sale to the City outlining each transaction by the close of business on the day of the auction. Additionally, the auctioneer will provide a check for the proceeds of the auction to the City by the end of business on the day of the auction as outlined in the contract. No exceptions. The City does not guarantee a title to unclaimed vehicles sold at auction. All unclaimed vehicles are sold on a Missouri Department of Revenue form #4579, “Abandoned Property Bill of Sale”. Buyers will receive a bill of sale within 14 days of the auction date. Buyers that lose their original bill of sale will be charged $10.00 for a duplicate bill of sale. The bill of sale can be used to obtain a title in the state of Missouri following procedures established by the Missouri Department of Revenue. It may not be accepted by other states. The purchaser must make application within 30 days of purchase for an original title, salvage title, or junking certificate. It is the responsibility of the buyer

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    Connecticut Resident Deaths, 1999-2011, Selected Causes of Death by Age, Sex, Race and Hispanic Ethnicity | Last Updated 2014-06-05T19:48:39.000Z

    Deaths counts for Connecticut Residents by cause of death. Counts are provided by 5-year age group, sex, and 4 mutually-exclusive race/ethnicity categories (White non-Hispanic, Black non-Hispanic, Other non-Hispanic, and Hispanic-any race).

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    State of CT: Open Expenditures - Ledger | Last Updated 2017-09-27T07:56:17.000Z

    This data allows citizens to view who received payments from the state for goods or services and how much they received. The data can be explored by searching for specific payee names or by browsing by Government Function. The Open Checkbook app( allows the user to drill down from aggregated spending accounts all the way down to each individual payment to a payee. The data is updated nightly and therefore reflects current spending activities more accurately than any other publicly available source. In general the data reflects all payments made up to 24 to 48 hours prior to view. Certain payee names have been removed in order to protect the privacy of individuals, in accordance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations or where the information is otherwise protected by law. Redacted information includes: •Payees who are statutorily protected •Information that would lead to violating HIPAA laws •Information of Minors