Posted: Mar 2, 2010 1:24 PM by Brett Troxler
Source: Associated Press
Census workers have started to hand deliver 2010 questionnaires in areas of the hurricane-hit Gulf Coast for the once-in-a-decade population count.
The Census Bureau usually mails out forms, but officials decided to go door-to-door in neighborhoods where Hurricane Katrina caused heavy damage. Workers hit the stretts Monday to drop off forms at homes that are lived in or look occupied.
Census spokeswoman Andrea A. Loyola said most of the nation will receive forms in about two weeks.