Posted by: Lawyer Sanders | July 16, 2010

Kentucky environmental attorney Sanders says Covington is fifth largest city in the Commonwealth and the largest city in NKY.

As of mid-2009, Kentucky’s top five cities, in terms of population are Louisville/Jefferson County metro government (556,503), Lexington/Fayette County (296,545), Bowling Green (56,598) and Owensboro (55,745). 5. Covington, 43,082.

The rank of other Northern Kentucky in the Commonwealth of Kentucky in terms of population:

8. Florence, 28,381 (20.5 percent growth).

16. Independence, 22,104 (47.5 percent).

17. Georgetown, 22,071 (22.1 percent).

21. Erlanger, 17,259 (3.5 percent).

25. Newport, 15,863 (6.9 percent loss).

27. Fort Thomas, 15,270 (7.4 percent loss).

43. Edgewood, 8,938 (4.9 percent loss).

44. Alexandria, 8,519 (2.8 percent).

47. Elsmere, 8,018 (1.5 percent loss).

49. Versailles, 7,929 (5.6 percent).

51. Villa Hills, 7,731 (2.7 percent loss).

54. Fort Mitchell, 7,592 (6.1 percent loss).

56. Highland Heights, 7,341 (12 percent).

66. Cynthiana, 6,292 (0.5 percent).

70. Cold Spring, 5,929 (55.8 percent).

71. Bellevue, 5,882 (9.2 percent loss).

74. Dayton, 5,469 (8.3 percent loss).

75. Fort Wright, 5,463 (3.8 percent loss).

77. Ludlow, 4,806 (9 percent).

87. Crescent Springs, 4,073 (3.6 percent).

88. Carrollton, 3,928 (2.1 percent).

91. Union, 3,710 (28.2 percent).

92. Crestview Hills, 3,701 (28.1 percent).

95. Williamstown, 3,509 (8.7 percent).

101. Southgate, 3,279 (5.2 percent loss).

104. Walton, 3,119 (27.3 percent).

108. Crestwood, 2,952 (47.7 percent).

109. Wilder, 2,927 (11.5 percent).

112. Park Hills, 2,790 (6.3 percent loss).

115. Crittenden, 2,762 (15 percent).

119. Lakeside Park, 2,690 (6.2 percent loss).

139. Dry Ridge, 2,210 (10.8 percent).

145. Falmouth, 2,033 (1.2 percent loss).

154. Warsaw, 1,805 (0.3 percent loss).

179. Owenton, 1,461 (5.3 percent).

191. Augusta, 1,257 (4.4 percent).

199. Silver Grove, 1,156 (4.9 percent loss).

245. Ryland Heights, 810 (1.4 percent).

252. Bromley, 772 (7.9 percent loss).

311. Crestview, 454 (3.6 percent loss).

312. Melbourne, 449 (1.7 percent loss).

370. Woodlawn, 250 (6.7 percent loss).

384. Sparta, 209 (9.1 percent loss).

409. Kenton Vale, 145 (7 percent loss).

417. California, 82 (4.6 percent loss).

Seems to me that Northern Kentucky needs to consider going to a metro-style government to bring back the bacon from Frankfort.

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