County teems with new residents

Johnson County’s growing population means more homes being built, more children in the local schools and more traffic on the streets.

The county attracted 1,090 new residents since 2010 and is the fourth-fastest-growing county in central Indiana.

The Johnson County population increased from 139,654 residents in 2010 to 145,535 in 2013, according to new U.S. Census Bureau estimates. The growth is reflected in home construction and school enrollment, local officials said.

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