Field Descriptions for Municipal Pie File 2013

Data from this file was used to print the FY2013 Municipal Pie Report.

Field Name Definition
TOWNSNAME Name of the municipality.
POP 2012 population estimate served by the library.
POPGROUP

Population Grouping the municipality is in.

A= 0-1,999
B=2,000-4,999
C=5,000-9,999
D=10,000-14,999
E=15,000-24,999
F=25,000-49,000
G=50,000-99,999
H=100,000+
REGION Region in which municipality is located
B=Boston
C=Central
M=Metrowest
N=Northeast
S=Southeastern
W=Western
KOC85 1. Urbanized Centers - Manufacturing and commercial centers, densely populated, culturally diverse
2. Economically Developed Suburbs - Suburbs with high levels of economic activity, social complexity, and relatively high income levels
3. Growth Communities - Rapidly expanding communities in transition
4. Residential Suburbs - Affluent communities with low levels of economic activity
5. Rural Economic Centers - Historic manufacturing and commercial communities, moderate levels of economic activity
6. Small Rural Communities - Small towns, sparsely populated, economically underdeveloped
7. Resort/Retirement and Artisan - Communities with high property values, relatively low income levels, and enclaves of retirees, artists, vacationers, and academicians
ADJMUNIC Total Municipal Expenditures
MUNPERCAP Total Municipal Per Capita Expenditures
ADJLIBEXP Total Municipal Expenditures for Library Services
LIBPERCENT Library Percent of Total Expenditures
LIBPERCAP Library Per Capita Expenditures
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