LIers need to make every resident count in 2010 Census
For Long Island, the stakes in this year's Census count couldn't be higher. An undercount could mean millions less in aid, money the region can ill afford not to receive. What's more, it could mean lost political clout, lost jobs and lost opportunities.
"The cost of an undercount would be catastrophic," said Seth Foreman, head planner for the Long Island Regional Planning Council.