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Live Oak                                            1999         2000            2001       2002       2003       2004      Sources
Total Population                                                   12,309          12,374     12,412     12,459     11,777    35
2000 Population % Change from 1990                                    28.8                                             -4.3   35
children (#) 12 & under                                             1,852                                            1,697    35
children, (%) 12 & under                                              15.0                                            14.4    35
youth (#) 13 -17 years                                                 887                                             842    35
youth (%) 13 - 17 years                                                 7.2                                             7.1   35
adults (#) 18 & over                                                9,570                                            9,238    35
adults (%) 18 & over                                                  77.7                                            78.0    35
elderly (#) 65 + years                                              1,966                                            2,110    35
elderly (%) 65 + years                                                16.0                                            17.9    35
male (#)                                                            6,769                                            6,435    35
male (%)                                                              55.0                                            54.6    35
female (#)                                                          5,540                                            5,342    35
female (%)                                                            45.0                                            45.4    35
White (#), including Hispanics                                     10,743                                           10,262    35
White (%), including Hispanics                                        87.3                                            87.1    35
Hispanic (#)                                                        4,683                                            4,476    35
Hispanic (%)                                                          38.0                                            38.0    35
African-American (#)                                                   301                                             295    35
African-American (%)                                                    2.4                                             2.5   35
Other (#)                                                                76                                          1,265    35
Other (%)                                                               0.6                                           10.7    35
alcohol arrests 10-14 (#)                                   1             0            0          0          0          0.0    9
violent arrests 10-14 (#)                                   0             0            1          0          0          0.0    9
drug arrests 10-14 (#)                                      0             0            1          0          0          0.0    9
property arrests 10-14 (#)                                  1             0            7          2          5          0.0    9
runaway arrests (10-14) (#)                                 0             0            0          0          0          0.0    9
curfew, vandalism, disorderly conduct arrests 10-
14 (#)                                                      6            2              0          4          2        0.0    9
alcohol arrests (# of juveniles)                            1            4              3          2          5        2.0    9
alcohol arrests (rate of juveniles)                                    1.5            1.1        0.8        1.9        0.8    9
violent arrests (# of juveniles)                             0           0              1          0          0        0.0    9
violent arrests (rate of juveniles)                        0.0         0.0            0.4        0.0        0.0        0.0    9
drug arrests (# of juveniles)                                1           8              6          4          3        3.0    9
drug arrests (rate of juveniles)                                       2.9            2.2        1.5        1.2        1.2    9
property arrests (# of juveniles)                           1            3             10          2         12        3.0    9



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Live Oak                                          1999         2000            2001           2002           2003           2004         Sources
property arrests (rate of juveniles)                                   1.1             3.7            0.8            4.6           1.2      9
runaway arrests (# of juveniles)                          1              2               0              0              0           0.0      9
runaway arrests (rate of juveniles)                                    0.7             0.0            0.0            0.0           0.0      9
curfew, vandalism, disorderly conduct arrest (#
of juveniles)                                             9              2               0              6              7           1.0     9
curfew, vandalism, disorderly conduct arrest
(rate of juveniles)                                                     0.7             0.0            2.3            2.7       0.4        9
alcohol arrests (# of adults)                            242           348             328            348            317      284.0        9
alcohol arrests (rate of adults)                                      36.4            33.8           35.5           32.1       28.4        9
violent arrests (# of adults)                             1               5              12              9              8       5.0        9
violent arrests (rate of adults)                                        0.5             1.2            0.9            0.8       0.5        9
drug arrests (# of adults)                               76            119               78             77             68      53.0        9
drug arrests (rate of adults)                                         12.4              8.0            7.9            6.9       5.3        9
property arrests (# of adults)                           15              17              23             22             15      17.0        9
property arrests (rate of adults)                                       1.8             2.4            2.2            1.5       1.7        9
vandalism & disorderly conduct arrests (# of
adults)                                                  12             21              10             23              9       17.0        9
vandalism & disorderly conduct arrests (rate of
adults)                                                                2.2             1.0            2.3            0.9           1.7     9
Sales tax receipts for mixed beverages in
thousands ($)                                                                                     48.9           46.6                       3
child abuse (#)                                         27              16            31             19             14         69.0       8, 24
child abuse (rate)                                    10.9             6.5         11.6             7.3            5.4         27.2       8, 24
adult abuse (#)                                                       15.0         17.0           16.0              15         22.0       8, 24
adult abuse (rate)                                                     2.0           1.8            1.6            1.5          2.2       8, 24
family violence (#)                                                     23            13             25             24                     23
family violence (rate)                                                 1.9           1.2            2.0            1.9                     23
family violence victims receiving services(#)             6              9             9             10             18                     21
adults with mental illness (#)                                                    1,904          1,923          1,938                      15
Teen births %                                                           7.1          5.4            6.4          11.5                      19
Infant mortality (#)                                       1              2            0              0                                    19
Infant mortality (rates)/1,000                           8.3          15.7           0.0            0.0                                    19
Low birth weight (%)                                                    7.9          8.5          10.9               6.7                   19
mortality, deaths (#)                                    116           120            96             13             88.0                   19
mortality, deaths (rate) /1,000                                       11.9           7.8          14.9               7.1                   19




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Live Oak                                      1999         2000            2001          2002          2003          2004      Sources
chlamydia (#)                                                       18              17             9         6                   14
chlamydia (rate) / 1,000                                          1.46            1.38           0.7      0.48                   14
gonorrhea (#)                                                        1               2             2         2                   14
gonorrhea (rate) / 1,000                                          0.08            0.16          0.16      0.16                   14
* for 6 months data available for 2003*
Causes of Death
chronic liver disease deaths                          2              2               1             2             0               19
chronic liver disease deaths (rate) / 10000                        1.6             0.8           1.6           0.0               19
diseases of the heart                             41.0            47.0            45.0          39.0          32.0               19
diseases of the heart (rate) / 10000                              38.2            36.4          31.4          25.7               19
malignant neoplasms                               28.0            32.0            18.0          21.0          24.0               19
malignant neoplasms (rate) / 10000                                26.0            14.5          16.9          19.3               19
Diabetes                                             8.0           5.0             4.0          10.0           2.0               19
Diabetes (rate) / 10000                                            4.1             3.2           8.1           1.6               19
accidents                                            3.0           4.0             2.0           6.0           7.0               19
accidents (rate) / 10000                                           3.2             1.6           4.8           5.6               19
suicide                                              2.0           0.0             0.0           2.0           0.0               19
suicide (rate) / 10000                                             0.0             0.0           1.6           0.0               19
homicide                                             1.0           0.0             1.0           1.0           0.0               19
homicide (rate) / 10000                                            0.0             0.8           0.8           0.0               19

disability (5-15 yrs) #                                           99                                                             35
disability (5-15 yrs) %                                          5.6                                                             35
disability (16-64 yrs) #                                      1,557                                                              35
disability (16-64 yrs) %                                       24.0                                                              35
disability (over 65) #                                          850                                                              35
disability (over 65) %                                         45.3                                                              35

elderly in poverty, (%)                           11.7                                                                           35
families in poverty, (%)                          18.9                                                                           35
children in poverty, (%)                          26.5            23.6            22.0          22.0                            35,36
all ages in poverty, (%)                          18.2            19.2            19.7          20.9

TANF (Basic Recipients) (#)                          201          177             175           160         133           89   21, 32
Medicaid (Families & Children) (#)                   637          638             633           689         810          800   21, 32
Food Stamp (Participants) (#)                        915          823             785           884       1,052        1,034   21, 32



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Live Oak                                     1999         2000            2001          2002          2003        2004        Sources

per capita income                                           $16,754        $17,298       $17,284      $18,905.0                 33
unemployment, (rate)                                4.2          3.1            2.5           3.0           3.5         5.6     29
median household income                                   $32,257.0                                               $34,372.0     35

Educational Status of Unmarried Mothers -
Less than 12 years education
Number of less than 12 yrs education                                               23            20                             22
% of less than 12 yrs education                                                  52.3          43.5                             22

Median income by age groups
55 - 64                                                    $36,987                                                 $38,597      12
65 - 74                                                    $23,772                                                 $25,855      12
75 +                                                       $22,998                                                 $24,855      12

Employment
Numbers of those 16 & over                                   $9,948                                                 $9,650      12
# Not in Labor Force                                          5,441                                                  5,299      12
% Not in Labor Force                                           54.7                                                   54.9      12
# In Labor Force                                              4,507                                                  4,351      12
% In Labor Force                                               45.3                                                   45.1      12
Emp. In Blue Collar Occupations #                            2144.0                                                             12
Emp. In Blue Collar Occupations %                              50.5                                                             12
Emp. In White Collar Occupation #                            2102.0                                                             12
Emp. In White Collar Occupation %                              49.5                                                             12

Employment by Industry
Accommodation & food services                                     6.7                                                           12
Administrative, support & waste management
service                                                           1.7                                                           12
Agriculture forestry fishing & hunting                            7.2                                                           12
Arts entertainment & recreation                                   1.2                                                           12
Construction                                                      8.4                                                           12
Educational services                                             11.7                                                           12
Finance & insurance                                               2.8                                                           12
Health care & social assistance                                   6.5                                                           12



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Live Oak                                            1999          2000             2001          2002          2003        2004   Sources
Information                                                               1.4                                                       12
Management of companies & enterprises                                     0.0                                                       12
Manufacturing                                                             8.9                                                       12
Mining                                                                    4.8                                                       12
Other services (except public administration)                             6.0                                                       12
Professional scientific & technical services                              2.8                                                       12
Public administration                                                    10.6                                                       12
Real estate & rental leasing                                              0.6                                                       12
Retail trade                                                             10.0                                                       12
Transportation & warehousing                                              5.2                                                       12
Utilities                                                                 1.4                                                       12
Wholesale Trade                                                           1.7                                                       12
% in Blue Collar Occupations                                             50.3                                                       12
% in White Collar Occupations                                            49.7                                                       12

Single parent households, families with female
householder, number below poverty %                     44.4                                                                        35

Single parent households, families with related
children <18 yrs, number below poverty %                53.8                                                                        35
grandparents as caregivers, #                                             191                                                       35
grandparents as caregivers, %                                            53.5                                                       35
Individuals using public transportation (total #)                            0                                                      12
Individuals using public transportation ( %)                               0.0                                                      12

Sales Tax Receipts ($)
Gross Sales Tax (All Industries)                               $125,021,726 $126,066,513 $119,233,977 $124,901,507                  30

Gross Sales Tax (Agriculture,Forestry,Fishing)                      $47,133         $101,103       $37,247       $24,485            30
Gross Sales Tax (Mining)                                         $8,347,472      $12,021,196    $6,991,444    $7,230,321            30
Gross Sales Tax (Construction)                                           $0               $0            $0                          30
Gross Sales Tax (Manufacturing)                                  $1,005,975       $2,461,316    $1,963,973    $1,453,605            30
Gross Sales Tax (Transportation,
Communications, Utilities)                                       $1,062,481       $1,046,562      $987,444      $124,065            30
Gross Sales Tax (Wholesale Trade)                               $10,954,923      $11,567,049   $12,117,842   $11,482,458            30
Gross Sales Tax (Retail Trade)                                  $90,454,197      $88,903,268   $85,423,803   $92,961,274            30



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Live Oak                                         1999         2000            2001          2002          2003        2004      Sources
Gross Sales Tax (Finance, Insurance, Real
Estate)                                                             $0               $0        $2,814        $4,135               30
Gross Sales Tax (Services)                                  $8,100,500       $4,618,925    $6,138,777    $6,251,424               30
Gross Sales Tax (Public Administration)                             $0               $0       $57,735       $60,778               30
Gross Sales Tax (Nonclassifiable
Establishments)                                                       $0             $0            $0            $0               30
Gross Sales Tax (Other)                                               $0             $0            $0            $0               30

Subject to State Tax (All Industries)                      $34,326,253      $36,298,407   $37,973,470   $38,175,947               30
Subject to State Tax (Agriculture, Forestry,
Fishing)                                                       $46,006          $65,161       $20,412       $18,365               30
Subject to State Tax (Mining)                               $1,942,512       $2,107,007    $1,596,079    $1,471,087               30
Subject to State Tax (Construction)                                                                                               30
Subject to State Tax (Manufacturing)                          $252,810        $397,146      $782,516      $337,138                30
Subject to State Tax (Transportation,
Communications, Utilities)                                    $991,894         $931,768      $726,844       $70,340               30
Subject to State Tax (Wholesale Trade)                      $2,265,753       $2,629,341    $3,073,975    $3,227,297               30
Subject to State Tax (Retail Trade)                        $24,867,017      $25,561,918   $26,523,806   $27,679,964               30
Subject to State Tax (Finance, Insurance, Real
Estate)                                                             $0               $0        $2,814        $4,135               30
Subject to State Tax (Services)                             $2,146,204       $2,540,071    $3,240,499    $3,114,562               30
Subject to State Tax (Public Administration)                        $0               $0       $57,735       $60,778               30
Subject to State Tax (Nonclassifiable
Establishments)                                                       $0             $0            $0            $0               30
Subject to State Tax (Other)                                          $0             $0            $0            $0               30

Travel time in minutes (mean)                                     27.2
Residence county to work in own county, #                        2,808                                                            35
Residence county to work in own county, %                         67.3                                                            35
Residence county to work ouside of county, #                     1,367                                                            35

Residence county to work ouside of county, %                         32.7                                                         35

Vehicles Available
0 Vehicles available (%)                                              6.7                                                 6.7     12
1 Vehicle available (%)                                              35.3                                                35.1     12



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Live Oak                                           1999         2000            2001          2002          2003          2004     Sources
2 + Vehicles available (%)                                          58.0                                                      58.2   12
Average Vehicles Per Household                                      1.20                                                      1.70   12
Total Vehicles Available                                           7,259                                                     7,055   12

Home Values                                                       55,200                                                             16
Home Costs (30% of Income)                            9,617                                                                          16
Home income                                          32,057                                                                          35
Costs of Home ownership (years of income for
home value)                                                             5.7                                                          35
average household size                                                  2.5                                                          35

Total Housing Units                                                6,196                                                    6,027
Owner-Occupied (%)                                                  55.6                                                     55.9    12
Renter-Occupied (%)                                                 12.7                                                     12.3    12
Vacant (%)                                                          31.7                                                     31.8    12
(%) of Housing Units built in 1980 or newer                                                                                  40.2    12

District - George West ISD
Reading TAAS (sum of 3rd - 10th graders) %
Passing                                                89.6            91.9            94.7          95.4                            27
Math TAAS (sum of 3rd - 10th graders) %
Passing                                                91.0            93.1            96.0          95.8                            27
Reading TAKS (sum of all grades passing) %
Passing                                                                                                            91.6              27
Math TAKS (sum of all grades passing)) %
Passing                                                                                                            83.3              27
Math TAKS (Sum of all grades Tested) %Met
Standard(Panel)                                                                                                    56.0      63.0    27
Reading TAKS (Sum of all grades Tested) %Met
Standard(Panel)                                                                                                    65.0      73.0    27
Limited English Proficient (% of students in the
District)                                                               1.9             2.1           2.8           3.4       3.2    27
Students w/Disciplinary Placements (% of
students)                                                 1.7           1.8             2.2           2.2           1.8              27
Economically Disadvantage students (receiving
free/reduced lunch                                                     46.6            43.7          46.1          48.7      49.3    27



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Live Oak                                           1999         2000            2001          2002          2003          2004         Sources
Attendance Rate (% of Students)                        95.4         95.4            95.5          95.4          95.3                     27
Dropped Out (4 year % of Students)                      4.1           1.2             6.3           1.3         11.0                     27
Total # of Students in District                                    1,267           1,201         1,159         1,153       1,140.0       27
% of White Students                                                 52.2            52.0          50.2          49.7          48.2       27
% of Hispanic Students                                              47.4            47.5          49.1          49.5          49.9       27
% of African-American Students                                        0.0             0.2           0.3           0.2          1.1       27
% of Other Students                                                   0.4             0.4           0.5           0.6          0.8       27
Total # of Graduates                                     91            82              86            73         66.0                     27
Graduation rate                                        88.7         87.2            88.5          89.7          78.0                     27
Graduates by Ethnicity- White, %                       61.5         43.9            59.3          52.1          54.5                     27
Graduates by Ethnicity- Hispanic, %                    38.5         56.1            40.7          46.6          45.5                     27
Graduates by Ethnicity - African-American, %            0.0           0.0             0.0           1.4           0.0                    27
Graduates by Ethnicity - Other, %                       0.0           0.0             0.0           0.0           0.0                    27

% Taking SAT/ACT                                       65.8         60.6            49.4          62.1          54.4                     27
Mean SAT                                              984.0      1,020.0         1,026.0       1,054.0       1,073.0                     27
Mean ACT                                               20.3         20.2            19.2          18.5          20.3                     27
At/Above Criterion%                                    19.2         23.3            17.1          14.6          29.0                     27

Per pupil expenditures                               $6,541       $7,065          $7,004        $7,157        $7,558                     27
District - Three Rivers ISD
Reading TAAS (sum of 3rd - 10th graders) %
Passing                                                86.6            90.5            90.6          93.3                                27
Math TAAS (sum of 3rd - 10th graders) %
Passing                                                90.4            90.8            92.4          95.7                                27
Reading TAKS (sum of all grades passing) %
Passing                                                                                                            82.7                  27
Math TAKS (sum of all grades passing)) %
Passing                                                                                                            81.8                  27
Math TAKS (Sum of all grades Tested) %Met
Standard(Panel)                                                                                                    63.0      71.0        27
Reading TAKS (Sum of all grades Tested) %Met
Standard(Panel)                                                                                                    81.0      85.0        27
Limited English Proficient (% of students in the
District)                                                               0.8             1.6           1.2           2.9          3.0     27




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Live Oak                                        1999         2000            2001           2002           2003           2004        Sources
Students w/Disciplinary Placements (% of
students)                                              3.1           3.5             2.5            2.1            2.2                  27
Economically Disadvantage students (receiving
free/reduced lunch                                                  40.0            39.5           36.4           38.7        38.7      27
Attendance Rate (% of Students)                     96.2            96.4            96.2           95.8           95.3                  27
Dropped Out (4 year % of Students)                  10.8              3.2             3.6            2.8            0.0                 27
Total # of Students in District                                      765             747            747            736      692.0       27
% of White Students                                                 52.4            52.2           50.9           49.5       49.4       27
% of Hispanic Students                                              46.4            46.5           47.7           49.3       48.3       27
% of African-American Students                                        0.5             0.8            0.4            0.4       0.6       27
% of Other Students                                                   0.7             0.5            1.1            0.8       1.8       27
Total # of Graduates                                  57               56              54             69            2.0                 27
Graduation rate                                     80.0            85.5            94.5           91.7           66.7                  27
Graduates by Ethnicity- White, %                    50.8            46.4            63.0           60.9           50.0                  27
Graduates by Ethnicity- Hispanic, %                 47.4            53.6            35.2           37.7           50.0                  27
Graduates by Ethnicity - African-American, %         1.8              0.0             1.9            0.0            0.0                 27
Graduates by Ethnicity - Other, %                    0.0              0.0             0.0            1.4            0.0                 27

% Taking SAT/ACT                                    35.4         42.9            47.9           68.5 N/A                                27
Mean SAT                                           988.0      1,020.0           966.0          984.0          931.0                     27
Mean ACT                                            19.1         20.7            20.3           19.2           18.5                     27
At/Above Criterion%                                 17.6         33.3            17.4           16.2           11.8                     27

Per pupil expenditures                            $8,056       $8,155          $8,325         $8,088         $9,091                     27

Educational Attainment             (Total
Population Age 25 +)                                            8,396                                                        8,121      12
Grade K - 8                                                      11.5                                                         15.3      12
Grade 9 - 12                                                     17.8                                                         18.0      12
High School Graduate                                             28.3                                                         28.4      12
Associates Degree                                                21.5                                                           4.4     12
Bachelor's Degree                                                  5.2                                                          5.2     12
Graduate Degree                                                    7.5                                                          7.4     12
Some College, No Degree                                            4.5                                                        21.4      12
No Schooling Completed                                             3.6                                                    n/a           12
Third Quarter New Indicators


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Live Oak                                      1999         2000            2001           2002           2003           2004        Sources
Divorce #                                                         39.0              36             51             45                      19
Divorce rate                                                       3.2             2.9            4.1            3.6                      19


Children in Head Start Program (ages 3&4)                      40.0                  40             40                                     34
Children in Head Start Program % (ages 3&4)                    16.0               17.7           18.5                                      34
Children enrolled in Chips                                     42.0                254            231            235        139    32, 34
Children enrolled in Chips %                                    1.4                 8.9            8.3            8.5        5.1   32, 34
Infants and Children Receiving WIC                            159.0                180            202            204        201    10a, 37
Infants and Children Receiving WIC %                           26.3                  28          35.3           33.2       31.5    10a, 37
Fourth Quarter New Indicators
Marriage #                                                      69.0                74             59             59                       14
Marriage rate 1,000                                              5.6                 6            4.8            4.7                       14
Abortion #                                                      24.0                18             12             12                       14
Abortion %                                                      18.0                13             11           11.5                       14
Total Households with Children                                 1477                                                        1402            14
Family Hhlds with children                                     1457                                                        1387            12
married couple %                                                74.9                                                          75           12
male Hhldr-No spouse %                                           6.4                                                         6.4           12
female Hhldr-No spouse %                                        17.3                                                        17.5           12
Non-family Hlds with Children                                     20                                                          15           12
male Hhldr-No spouse #                                            15                                                          11           12
female Hhldr-No spouse #                                           5                                                           4           12
HIV #                                                            0.0               0.0            1.0            0.0                  14
HIV rate/1000                                                    0.0               0.0           0.08            0.0                  14
AIDS                                                             6.0               7.0            9.0            8.0                  14
AIDS rate/1000                                                  0.48               .56            .73            .64                  14




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