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    General social and economic characteristics of the population
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    Housing characteristics
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    Economy and labor force characteristics
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    Local government characteristics
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Full Text
e.ohn Gordon

Kenneth Clayton


Economic Information
Report 87


Wakulla


County,


Florida,


Information for Rural
Development: Population,


Housing, Economy, Labor


Public


Force,


Sector


Food 4Paa-ource ECemsIwl DpwImnti
INirid -~f ear Mve Exnirton Swlrvi a"dM
Centeri4tWu!e DwIeuMmt
Inistl~iah Fe d d Aslericiml. Skle*m
Unlvwertivtf1Iwlrd, oGaiftlvlle 32611


April 1978


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ABSTRACT


This report is one of a series for selected counties in Florida

designated to compile secondary data from several sources into one

document. The purpose is twofold: First, to present useful informa-

tion in a readily usable form; and second, to provide a list of sources

for obtaining more detailed data on related topics. Subjects covered

include general social and economic characteristics of the population,

housing, the economy and labor force characteristics, and data related

to the public sector.



Key words: Florida counties, economic development, rural

development, data, information.









This publication is one of several similar reports in which data

relating to rural development in various counties in Florida are

presented. It is a contribution from the Center for Rural Development

in the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences at the University

of Florida.













TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page


LIST OF TABLES . . . . .

GENERAL SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF

THE POPULATION. . . . .

HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS . . .

ECONOMY AND LABOR FORCE CHARACTERISTICS .

LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHARACTERISTICS . .

HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND PUBLIC WELFARE DATA .

RESOURCES . . . . .

SOURCES . . . . .


LEGEND


NA . . . ... .Not available

-- . . . . Does not apply

Blank . . . ... .Not available

A . . . . Acre

Tx . . . .. Tax


John Gordon and Ken Clayton are Associate and Assistant Professors,
respectively, in the Food and Resource Economics Department. This series
of publication was originated by W. Kerry and R. 0. Coppedge, former
members of the Food and Resource Economics Department.


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S. 59







LIST OF TABLES


Table Page

1 Population characteristics: age by race and rural
residence, Wakulla County, 1970. . . 2

2 Population estimates by age and race for Wakulla
County and the State: July 1, 1973 . . 3

3 Components of population change for Wakulla County
and Florida. . . .. . . 4

4 Projections of persons aged 60 and over and 75 and
over in Wakulla County by averaging the increase
over the last 20 years . . . 4

5 Selected population characteristics, Wakulla County
and county subdivisions, 1970. . . ... 5

6 Years of school completed for population 25 years
and older, total and Black, Wakulla County, 1970 .. 6

7 Housing characteristics, Wakulla County, 1970. 8

8 Characteristics of all occupied units in urban and
rural areas, Wakulla County, 1970. . . 8

9 Housing occupancy and facilities, Wakulla County,
1970 . . . . . . 9

10 Financial characteristics of housing for Wakulla
County, 1970 . . . . .. 10

11 Subsidized housing and number of Section 235 home
mortgages, Wakulla County, 1970. . . ... 11

12 Number of public housing units as of December 31,
1971 . . . . ... . 11

13 Types of fuel used for heating, cooking, and water
heating, Wakulla County, 1970. . . ... 12

14 Types of water supply and sewage disposal by housing
units, Wakulla County, 1970. . . ... 12

15 Basic labor market information, Wakulla County 14

16 Labor force and occupational characteristics,
Wakulla County, 1970 . . . .... .15

17 People in labor force by age and sex, Wakulla County,
1970 . . . . ... .. .. 16







Table .Pa

18 Last occupation of experienced unemployed persons,
Wakulla County, 1970 . . . .... 16

19 Industry group of employed persons, Wakulla County,
1970 . . . . . . 17

20 Local government payrolls and employees for Wakulla
County area, October 1967. . . . ... 18

21 Employment and payroll of workers covered by unemploy-
ment compensation, Wakulla County, 1972. . .. 19

22 Median earnings in 1969 of persons in experienced
civilian labor force for selected occupation groups,
Wakulla County . . . .... .20

23 Income and poverty data total and Black, Wakulla
County, 1970 . . . . ... .. 21

24 Payrolls in retail and wholesale trade, Wakulla
County, 1967 . . . . ... .. 22

25 Receipts and number of establishments for selected
services, Wakulla County, 1967 . . .... 22

26 Sales of retail and wholesale trade, Wakulla County,
1967 . . . . . . 23

27 Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, Wakulla
County . . . . ... .... .. 23

28 Motor vehicle tags sold, by type of vehicle, Wakulla
County fiscal year 1973. . . . ... 24

29 Gasoline sold by fiscal year, Wakulla County .... .24

30 Assessed value of property taxation, Wakulla County,
1971 . . . . . . 26

31 Comparative analysis taxable valuation of property,
Wakulla County, 1971 . . . . 27

32 Assessed valuation of non-exempt property as basis
for school taxes and fiscal data on effort to finance
public schools, Wakulla County, 1971-72. . .. 27

33 Tax base millages, Wakulla County, 1971. ... .. 28

34 Millage and other associated facts for Wakulla
County and selected cities, 1973 . . .. 28







Table Pa

35 Financial statistics of revenue for the Wakulla County
area and Wakulla County government, fiscal year 1972-
73. . . ... .. . . 29

36 Financial statistics of revenue for the cities of
Sopchoppy and St. Marks, fiscal year 1972-73, .... 30

37 Financial statistics of expenditures for the Wakulla
County area and Wakulla County.government, fiscal year
1972-73 . . . . . 31

38 Financial statistics of expenditures for the cities of
Sopchoppy and St. Marks, fiscal year 1972-73. ... 32

39 Distribution to Wakulla County and municipalities from
state sources and state tax collections by major sources
of revenue, 1973-74 . . . .... 33

40 Distributions to county schools from Florida Education
Finance Program & other programs, Wakulla County,
1973-74 . . . . ... .. . 35

41 Summary of revenues and expenditures of schools including
grades K-12, Wakulla County, fiscal year 1973-74. .. 36

42 Classroom teacher salary ranges by rank of certificate
in public elementary and secondary schools in a five
county area for the 1973-74 school year .... .. .37

43 Schools by type, Wakulla County . .... 37

44 School enrollment by grade level and age, Wakulla
County, 1970. . . . .... 38

45 Enrollment, average daily attendance, average daily
membership of pupils at close of year for the fiscal
year 1972-73, Wakulla County . .. 38

46 Number of high school graduates continuing education
by type of institution entered, Wakulla Couity, 1973. 39

47 Pupil mobility in public schools during one year,
grades K-12, Wakulla County, 1972-73 ... 40

48 Characteristics of public school bus operations,
grades K-12, Wakulla County, 1971-72. . 40

49 Instructional positions in public school system,
Wakulla County. .... . . ,. 41

50 Public assistance by program, Wakulla County. 42








Table Page

51 Disbursements of the county government for welfare,
Wakulla County, fiscal year ending September 30, 1972. 43

52 Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance,
by number of beneficiaries with monthly cash benefits
in current-payments status by age and sex, Wakulla
County, December, 1973 . . . 43

53 Department of Health, Education and Welfare: Domestic
assistance program recipients and funds obligated,
Wakulla County, fiscal 1973 . . .. 44

54 Amount paid by food stamp recipients, bonus, total
and average value of food stamps for the month of
January, 1973, Wakulla County . . ... .44

55 Professionals in state licensed health occupations,
Wakulla County, May 1973. . . . ... 45

56 Existing medical facilities, number of beds,
Wakulla County, 1971. ... . . . 45

57 Resident death from certain causes, Wakulla County
and Florida, 1973 . . . .... .46

58 Admissions of patients to the state mental hospital
systems, by type of admission, Wakulla County,
July 1, 1973 June 30, 1974. . ... .47

59 Incidence of disease in Wakulla County and Florida,
1972. . . . . ... ...... 47

60 Offenses constituting the crime index, Wakulla County,
1972. . . . . ... ...... 48

61 Commitment to correctional institutions by race and
sex, Wakulla County, 1972-73. . . ... 48

62 Land area of selected places, Wakulla County, 1960. 50

63 Farms, land in farms, and land use, by size of farm,
Wakulla County, 1969 and 1974 . . . 50

64 Selected farm characteristics, Wakulla County, 1969
and 1974. . . . ... ..... 51

65 Crop production: 1969 and 1974 for Wakulla County .52

66 Livestock production: 1969 and 1974 for Wakulla
County. . . . . ... ..... 52







Table Page

67 Farm production expenses for Wakulla County, 1969
and 1974 . . . ... .. 53

68 Machinery and equipment on place, 1969 and 1974,
Wakulla County . . . ..... 53

69 Acreage, yield, production and value of field crops
in Wakulla County, 1973. . . .... .. 54

70 Production of field crops over period 1968-1973,
Wakulla County . . . .... .54

71 Forest land area: Wakulla County, 1970 ...... 55

72 Farm sales of forest product, Wakulla County, 1969
and 1964 . . . ... .... 55

73 Land area, noninventory and inventory acreages -
1958 and 1967 for Wakulla County . .. 56

74 Inventory classes by land capability classes and sub-
classes in Wakulla ,County, 1967. . . 57

75 Temperature extremes and freeze data for Wakulla
County, 1973 . . . . . 58

76 Weather data, Madison Weather Station, at Wakulla
County, 1973 . . . .. .. 58






















GENERAL SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POPULATION











Table 1.--Population characteristics: age by race and rural
residence, Wakulla County, 1970



Age Group Total Black Rural (farm
and nonfarm)

- Number - -
Under 5 years. .... ... 603 188 603
5-9 . . .. 673 205 673
10-14. . . ... 709 224 709
15-19. . . ... 572 141 572
20-24. . . ... 422 89 422

25-29. . . ... 405 68 405
30-34. . . ... 312 80 312
35-39. . ... .. 320 67 320
40-44. . . ... 320 57 320
45-49. . . ... 323 59 323

50-54. . . ... 343 56 343
55-59. . . ... 302 62 302
60-64. . . ... 333 69 333
65 & over. . ... 671 157 671
Total. . . ... 6,308 1,522 6,308
Median age ...... ... 27.2 NA NA


Source: [34].














Table 2.--Population estimates by age and race for Wakulla County
and the State: July 1, 1973



Age group County Florida

- Number- -.- -

All races:
0-14 years. . ... 2,374 1,826,268
15-24 years . .. 1,070 1,295,634
25-44 years . .. 1,627 1,776,550
45-64 years . .. 1,554 1,693,155
65 and over . ... 811 1,253,487
All ages. . ... 7,436 7,845,093

White:
0-14 years. . ... 1,789 1,430,429
15-24 years . .. 818 1,063,443
25-44 years . ... 1,364 1,521,526
45-64 years . ... 1,330 1,517,212
65 and over . .. 639 1,173,231
All ages. ... .. 5,939 6,705,839

Nonwhite:
0-14 years . ..585 395,839
15-24 years ....... 252 232,190
25-44 years ..... .264 255,025
45-64 years ..... .224 175,943
65 and over . ... 172 80,257
All ages. . ... 1,497 1,139,254

Source: [3].




4







Table 3.--Components of population change for Wakulla County
and Florida



Item County Florida

-Number- -

Population:
Census (1970) . .. 6,308 6,790,929
Estimate (1973) . ... 7,436 7,845,092

Components of change: a
Total change . . .. 1,128 1,054,163
Births . . . 362 366,528
Deaths . . .. 222 258,453
Natural increase . .. 140 108,175
Net migration c . 988 946,088
Migration as percentage of 1973
estimated . . .. 13.29 12.06

aApril 1, 1970 to July 1, 1973.
b Births minus deaths
c Total change minus natural increase.
dNet migration divided by 1973 population estimate times 100.
Source: [3].



Table 4.--Projections of persons aged 60 and over and 75 and over in
Wakulla County by averaging the increase over the last 20
years


Years and projections 60 years 75 years
and over and over

-Number- -
1950 . . . .. 556 123
1970 . . . 1,004 235
Average annual increase . 22.4 5.6
Projections:
1975 . . .. 1,116 263
1980 . . .. 1,228 291
1983 . . .. 1,295 308


Source: [18].













Table 5.--Selected population characteristics, Wakulla County, and
County subdivisions, 1970.



Wakulla Wakulla
Characteristics Unit Wakua Wakulla County
east west
division division

Population. No. 3,732 2,576 6,308
Sex:
Male .... No. 1,849 1,249 3,098
Female No. 1,883 1,327 3,210
Race:
White... No. 2,727 2,049 4,776
Black. ..... No. 997 525 1,522
Other ..... No. 8 2 10
Age:
Under 18 years % 38.0 36.7 37.5
18 to 64 years % 52.5 51.0 51.9
65 years and
over ... % 9.5 12.3 10.6
a
In group quarters
.. No. 20 0 20
Households:
Total. ..... No. 1,140 786 1,.926
Black and oth-
er ..... No. 262 131 393
Population in
households:
Total ..... No. 3,712 2,576 6,288
Black and
other ..... No. 1,002 527 15,529

aAll living arrangements other than households.
Source: [32-, Table 33].












Table 6.--Years of school completed for population 25 years and
older, total and Black, Wakulla County, 1970


Years of education for
population 25 years
and older

Total population:
No school years com-
pleted. . .
Elementary:
1 to 4 years. .
5 to 7 years.. .
8 years . .
High school:
1 to 3 years. .
4 years . .
College:
1 to 3 years. .
4 years or more .
Total. . .
Median school years
completed . .


- -Number-


82

279
251
267

264
351

103
36
1,633

8.8


56

156
334
203

396
449

88
25
1,707

9.8


Total


- Percent


138

435
585
470

660
800

191
61
3,340


4.1

S13.0
17.5
14.1

19.8
24.0

5.7
1.8
100.0


Percent high school
graduates. . 30.0 32.9 --

Black population:
No school years com-
pleted . ... 50 40 90 13.1
Elementary:
1 to 4 years. .. 116 72 188 27.4
5 to 7 years. ... 41 76 117 17.1
8 years ...... 32 36 68 9.9
High school:
1 to 3 years. ... 23 87 110 16.0
4 years . .. 36 59 95 13.9
College:
1 to 3 years. ... 13 13 1.9
4 years or more 5 5 .7
Total. ...... .. 316 370 686 100.0
Median school years
completed . .. 4.7 7.9 NA

Percent high school
graduates . ... 17.1 15.9


Source: [34, Tables 120, 125].



























HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS












Table 7.--Housing characteristics, Wakulla County, 1970


Percent of
Characteristic Number Percent of
total units

Units built before 1940. . . ... 441 16.7
Units lacking some or all plumbing . .. 557 21.1
Units with incomplete kitchen facilities or
used by another household. . ... 436 16.5
Units with 1.01 or more persons per room 250 12.1
Substandard units. . . . ... 511 26.5

Value/rent ratios:
Number of units valued at 2.5 times or
more the owners' incomes. .. . 211 22.4
Number of units renting for 25% or more
of the renters' incomes . . .. 44 13.4

Median number of persons in:
All occupied units . . .. 2.8 --
Owner occupied units . . .. 2.8 -
Renter occupied units. . ... 2.7

Median household income. . . ... .5,213

Ratio of number of poverty level families
per subsidized housing unit. . ... 71.7:1 --
Number of subsidized housing units:
Owner occupied . . . .. .6 0.4
Renter occupied. . . .... 0 0.0

Source: [15].


Table 8 .--Characteristics of all occupied units in urban and rural
areas, Wakulla County 1970


Characteristic of occupied unit Urban Rural Total

-Number- -
Lacking one or more plumbing facility. .. -- 457 457
1.51 or more persons per room . -- 61 61
Lacking one or more plumbing facility
and/or having 1.51 or more persons
per room . . . -- 462 462
Percent of total units . ... -- 24.0 100.0
Total occupied units. . .. -- 1,926 1,926


Source: [23].












Table 9.--Housing occupancy and facilities, Wakulla County, 1970



Item Rural Total


Occupancy: Number Percent
All housing units. . ... 2,726 2,726 100.0
Vacant, seasonal, and migratory. 89 89 3.3
Owner occupied . . 1,554 1,554 57.0
Renter occupied. . . ... 372 372 13.6
Vacant year round. . ... 711 711 26.1

Population in housing units. ... 6,217 6,217 100.0
Per unit . . . 3.2 3.2 --
Owner occupied . . 3.3 3.3 -
Renter occupied. . . ... 3.1 3.1 --

Persons per room, all occupied units 1,926 1,926 100.0
1.00 persons or less ...... ... 1,719 1,719 89.2
1.01 to 1.50 persons ...... ... 146 146 7.6
1.51 or more . . .. .61 61 3.2

Facilities:
Lacking some or all plumbing
facilities. . . ... 557 557 20.4
Telephone available. .... ... 1,048 1,048 38.4
Air conditioning . . .. 834 834 30.6
Median number of rooms . .. 4.6 4.6 --
Median value . . . 6,300 6,300
Median gross rentb . ... 59 59


a
All units.
owner occupied units.
cSpecified renter occupied; excludes one family homes on 10 acres
or more.
Source: [29, Tables 60, 61, 62].












Table 10.--Financial characteristics of housing for Wakulla County,
1970


Item Rural Total


Contract rent Number of units- -

Less than $30. . . ... 107 107
$30 to $39 . . . 27 27
$40 to $59 . . . .73 73
$60 to $79 . . . .22 22
$80 to $99 . . .. 5 5
$100 to $149 . . . 6 6
$150 or more . .- --
No cash rent . . .. 87 87
Total renter occupied. . .. 327 327
Median rent. . . ... 35 35

Value
Less than $5,000 . . .. 361 361
$5,000 to $9,999 . . .. 299 299
$10,000 to $14,999 . .. 163 163*
$15,000 to $19,999 . .. .79 79
$20,000 to $24,999 . .. .12 12
$25,000 to $34,999 . .. 25 25
$35,000 or more . --
Total owner occupied . .. 939 939
Median value . . ... 6,300 6,300



Excludes one family homes on 10 acres or more.

Limited to one family homes on less than 10 acres and no
business on property.
Source: [29].


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Table ll.--Subsidized housing and number of Section 235 home
mortgages, Wakulla County, 1970


Item Number


Subsidized rental units (under management,
construction, or commitment, all programs). .. 0
Units in insured projects eligible for rent
supplement (under management or commitment) .. .. 0
Families with income less than poverty level. ... 430
Mean family income. . ... . 2,276
Section 235 home mortgages:
In 1969 .. . . . ...... 0
In 1970 . ... .. . . ..... 3
In 1971 . .... .. . . .. 3
In 1972 a ...... . . . .0
Total ... .. . . . .. 6

aThe count is for only six months.

Source: [23].






Table 12.--Number of public housing units as of December 31, 1971


Item


As of December 31, 1971, Wakulla County is among 19 counties having
no public housing projects.


Source: [23].











Table 13.--Types of fuel used for heating, cooking, and water
heating, Wakulla County, 1970


House Water
Item heating heating Cooking Total

Fuel: Number of units - -
Utility gas . .. 87 43 141 271
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.a 419 21 30 470
Electricity . .. 86 882 760 1,728
Bottled, tank, or LP gas. 858 281 711 1,850
Other fuel b1 . .. 296 23 104 423
No fuel . .. 0 496 0 496
Total . . .. 1,746 1,746 1,746 NA


includes also gasoline, alcohol and other combustible fuels.
Includes coal, coke, wood, and any fuel not separately listed.

Source: [ L Table 8.692].




Table 14.--Types of water supply and sewage disposal by housing units,
Wakulla County, 1970


,Item Total

Water source: Number
Public system or private company. 840
Individual well . . .. 1,702
Other . . . . 86
Total . . . . 2,628

Sewage disposal:
Public sewer. . . ... 109
Septic tank or cesspool . .. 2,151
Other . . . . 368
Total . . . . 2,628


Source: [29, Table 62].






























ECONOMY AND LABOR

FORCE CHARACTERISTICS




I-t


Table 15.--Basic labor market information, Wakulla County



Item March, 1971 March, 1972

---------Number--------------

Total population. .......... 6400 6600
Civilian labor force. ...... .. 1840 1980
Total unemployed. . . ... 40 60
Unemployment rate, percent. . 2.2 3.0
Total employment. . . ... 1800 1920
Nonagricultural employment. ..... 1780 1880
Wage and salary workers. ..... 1480 1560
Manufacturing . . .. 540 460
Construction. . . ... 20 20
Transportation & public utilities 60 60
Wholesale and retail trade 320 520
Finance, insurance, & real estate 40 40
Service & other wage and salary 60 60
Government. . . ... 440 400
All other nonagricultural. . 300 320
Agricultural employment . .. 20 40
Self-employed & unpaid family workers. 20 40
Wage & salary workers (hired labor). 0 0


Source: [13]












Table 16.--Labor force and occupational characteristics,
Wakulla County, 1970



Labor force characteristics County State

Number- -


Total labor force, 16 years
and over .. .. . .
Male. . . .
Female. . . .
Civilian labor force. . .
Number employed . .
Percent employed. . .
Number unemployed . .
Percent unemployed. . .

Occupation of employed:
Professional, technical and
kindred workers. . .
Managers and administrators
except farm. . .
Sales workers . .
Clerical and kindred .. .
Craftsmen, foremen and kindred
workers. . . .
Operatives, except transport.
Transport equipment operatives
Laborers, except farm .
Farmers and farm managers .
Farm laborers and farm foremen
Service workers, except private
household. . . .
Private household workers .
Total. . . .


2,375
1,426
949
2,375
2,306
97.1
69
2.9



161

191
121
327

345
265
160
227
27
50

344
88
2,306


2,621,554
1,609,360
1,012,194
2,521,245
2,426,268
96.3
94,977
3.8



335,254

228,885
211,110
433,434

351,331
209,699
88,895
127,186
16,566
60,747

303,620
59,541
2,426,268


Source 34, Tables 104, 105, 121, 122].












Table 17.--People in labor force by age and sex, Wakulla County,
1970



Age category Malea Femaleb

Percent- -

14 and 15 years old. . ... 18.5 0
16 and 17 years old. . ... 17.0 5.2
18 and 19 years old. . ... 54.1 31.3
20 and 21 years old. . ... 93.6 83.7
22 to 24 years old . .. 97.0 70.7

25 to 34 years old . .. 94.0 62.2
35 to 44 years old . .. 94.3 52.8
45 to 64 years old . .. 76.0 45.6
65 years and over . ... 17.7 8.0
Total . . . 69.9 44.2

aPercent of total male labor force in respective age category.
bPercent of total female labor force in respective age category
Source: [34, Table 121].



Table 18. --Last occupation of experienced unemployed persons,
Wakulla County, 1970


Last occupation of experienced
unemployed 16 yrs. old and over a Male Female Total


Professional, technical and managerial
workers . . .. 6 0 6
Sales workers . . .. 8 0 8
Clerical and kindred workers . 0 11 11
Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred workers 10 0 10
Operatives including transport 11 0 11
Laborers, except farm . . 12 0 12
Farm workers . . . 0 5 5
Service workers including private
household . . .. 0 6 6
Total . . . 47 22 69
a Includes persons who last worked more than 10 years ago, not
shown separately.
Source: [34, Table 123].








Table 19.--Industry group of employed persons, Wakulla County, 1970


Total Black


Total employed 16 yrs. and older. . .
Agriculture, forestry and fisheries . .
Mining . . . . .
Construction . . . . .
Manufacturing:
Durable goods:
Furniture, lumber, and wood products .
Metal industries . . . .
Machinery except electrical. . .
Electrical machinery, equipment supplies .
Transportation equipment . . .
Other durable goods . . .
Nondurable goods:
Food and kindred products. . . .
Textiles and fabricated textile products .
Printing, publishing and allied industries
Chemicals and allied products. . .
Other nondurable goodsa. . . ..
Total manufacturing industries. . .
Railroad and railway express services . .
Trucking services and warehousing . .
Other transportation. . . . .
Communications. . . . .
Utilities and sanitary services . .
Wholesale trade . . . .
Food, bakery, and dairy stores. . .
Eating and drinking places. . . .
General merchandise retailing . . .
Motor vehicle retailing and service stations. .
Other retail trade. . . ..
Banking and credit agencies . . ..
Insurance, real estate and other finance. .
Business and repair * . . .
Private households. . . ..
Other personal services . . .
Entertainment and recreation. . . .
Hospitals ....... . . ..
Health services, except hospitals . .
Education, government . . . .
Education, private. . . . .
Other education and kindred . . .
Welfare, religious, and other nonprofit
membership organizations . . .
Legal, engineering, and miscellaneous professions
Public administration . . . .


- Number- -

2,306 480
156 58
9 9
280 39


39
46
9
0
32
15

63
8
6
41
70
329
0
61.
51
29
58
89
84
157
29
72
130
24
45
7
108
80
0
38
40
90
24
11

25
43
237


Industry


alncludes not specified manufacturing industries.
Source: [34, Tables 123, 127].












Table 20 .--Local government payrolls and employees for Wakulla County
area, October 1967a


Item Payrolls & employees


Dollars
Payroll:
October payroll. ..... .. . 71,000
Education . . . . 62,000
Teachers only. . . ... 44,000
Functions other than education . 10,000
Average monthly earnings, full time
employees:
Teachers . .... .. . . 552
Others ... .. . . . 348

Local government employees:
Total. . ... . . . 164
Full time. . . ... .. .. 158
Part-time. . ... . .. 6
Full time equivalent employment. . 159
Education. . .. . . 131
Teachers only. . . ... 79
Functions other than education . 28
Highways . . . . .15
Public welfare . . . 0
Hospitals. . . . ... 0
Health . . .... .. 0
Police Protection. . ... 4
Fire protection. . . .. .0
Sewerage . . .... .. .. .0
Sanitation other than sewerage .... 0
Parks and recreation . . .. .0
Natural resources. . . ... 0
Housing and urban renewal. ... 0
Corrections. . . . ... 0
Libraries. . . . ... 0
Financial administration ... ... 2
General control. . . ... ... 2
Water supply . . . .. .0
Other local utilities. . .. .0
Other and unallocable. . ... ... 5
Full time state government employees 59


aIn general, local governments account for somewhat more than one-
half of all civilian employment. Includes county and municipal employ-
ees.
bIncludes all employees of state-operated local school system -
Distribution not available.


Source: [ 36, Table 20].


I1.V












Table 21 .-- Employment and payroll of workers covered by
compensation, Wakulla County, 1972


unemployment


Employing Total Average
Industry units, quarter annual monthly
average payroll employment

Number Dollars Number
Agriculture, forestry, and Number Dollars Number
fisheries . .... 0 0 0
Mining . . ... 0 0 0
Contract construction. .. 14 201,430.94 45
Manufacturing. . ... 10 3,653,015.42 458
Transportation, communica-
tion, electric, gas, and
sanitary services. ... 13 482,106.63 83
Wholesale trade. . ... 8 415,278.90 111
Retail trade . .. 29 330,491.52 128
Finance, insurance, and
real estate. . ... 3 93,899.49 29
Services . .. 11 263,124.06 70
State and federal govern-
ment . .... ... 10 547,351.41 85
Other nonmanufacturing 4 24,142.42 7
Total, all industries. 102 6,011,340.79 1,016


aServices include: hotels and
services, miscellaneous business


other lodging places, personal
services, miscellaneous and auto


repair and services, motion pictures, amusement and recreation, medical
and health services, legal services, educational services, nonprofit
membership organization, miscellaneous services.


Source: [14].











Table 22.--Median earnings in 1969 of persons in experienced civilian
labor force for selected occupation groups, Wakulla County



Occupation Earnings


Dollars
Male, 16 years and older with earnings a . .. 4,913
Professional, managerial, and kindred. . ... 6,657
Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. . ... 5,514
Operatives, including transport. . ... 4,036
Laborers, except farm. . . . ... 2,567
Farmers, and farm managers . . . --
Farm laborers except unpaid and farm foremen .

Female, 16 years and older with earnings ..... 2,393
Clerical and kindred workers . . .. 4,032
Operatives, including transport. . ... 1,815

aIncludes persons in other occupation groups, not shown separately.


Source: [34, Table 122].











Table 23.--Income and poverty date, total
1970


and Black, Wakulla County,


Item Unit Black Total


Persons. . . .. No. 1,522 6,308
Per capital income. . ... $ 862 1,883
Families by income class:
Under $3,999. .... ... No. 190 514
$4,000 to $5,999. . ... No. 65 284
$6,000 to $11,999 . No. 61 653
$12,000 and over. . ... No. -- 188
Total . . .. No. 316 1,639
Median family income. $ 3,304 6,128
Income below poverty level (bpl)
Families below poverty level. No. 178 430
Percent of all families % 56.3 26.2
Mean family income. ... $ 2,204 2,276
Mean size of family No. 4.85 4.21
Civilian male head less than
65 years. . ... No. 92 254
Families with female head No. 48 94
Percent families receiving
public assistance income. % 24.2 17.4
Unrelated individuals . No. 74 215

Persons below poverty level:
Receiving Social Security
income . . % 20.8 20.9
65 years and over % 14.1 16.7
Receiving Social Security
income which are 65 years
and over . .. % 75.0 67.0


Source 34, Tables 124, 125, 128, 119].









Table 24.--Payrolls in retail and wholesale trade, Wakulla County, 1967


Item Unit Number

Retail trade:
Establishments . . .. No. 48
With payroll . . . . % 21
Payroll, entire year . . ... $ 224,000
Paid employees, week including March 12 No. 97
Wholesale trade:
Establishments . . . .. No. 8
Payroll, entire . . . .. $ 178,000
Paid employees, week including March 12 No. 37


Source: [35]



Table 25.--Receipts and number of establishments for selected services,
Wakulla County, 1967


Selected services Unit Number

Establishments . . .. No. 32
With payroll . . . % 8
Receipts:
Total, all establishments . $ 819,000
Change in 1963-1967 . . % 43.7
Establishments with payroll . % 80.8
Receipts, all establishments:
Motels, hotels, and camps . % NA
Automotive repair and services . % NA
Amusement and recreation including movies % NA
Establishments with payroll:
Payroll, entire year . . ... $ 145,000
Paid employees, week including March 12 66


aTotal includes kinds of business not shown separately.


Source: [35].








Table 26.--Sales of retail and wholesale trade, Wakulla County, 1967



Trade Unit Number


Retail trade:
Establishments with payroll. . % 43.8
Total sales by establishments:
Food stores . . . % 35.8
Automotive dealers. . .. 0
General merchandise stores. . % 0
Eating and drinking places. .. % 25.5
Gasoline service stations . .. % 20.5
Furniture, home furnishing & equipment
stores .......... % 0
Building materials, hardware, & farm
equipment dealers . % a
Apparel & accessory stores % 0a
Drug stores and proprietary sto s. % 0
Total sales, all establishments-. $ 2,657,000
Change of sales from 1963-1967. % 151.8

Wholesale trade:
Total sales .. .. . ... $ 10,858,000



a
Merchant wholesalers ..... ........ % 6a


a Withheld to avoid disclosure.
b
Total includes business not listed separately.

Source: [35]




Table 27.--Assets and liabilities of commercial banks, Wakulla County



No bank in county as of February 28, 1974.


Source: [1, table 6.202; 2, table 6.20]









Table 28.--Motor vehicle tags sold, by type of vehicle, Wakulla County
fiscal year 1973



Vehicle County Florida

-------Number-----------

Passenger cars . . 2440 4,226,812
Buses . . . 9 10,117
Trucks . . . 1218 687,736
Trailers . . . 1037 684,108
Motorcycles . . .. 69 142,481
Demonstrators and misc . 241 182,247
Total . . . 5014 5,933,501


Source: [2, table 16.31]










Table 29.--Gasoline sold by fiscal year, Wakulla County



Fiscal year Volume


Gallons

1960 . . . . . 2,021,000
1969 . . . .... 3,173,000
1970 . . . .... 3,080,000
1971 . . . .... 3,082,000
1972 . . . .... 3,231,000
1973 . . . .... 4,710,000


Source: [2, table 13.78]






























LOCAL GOVERNMENT CHARACTERISTICS










Table 30.-Assessed value of property subject
property taxation, Wakulla County,


to local government
1971


Item Assessed value


Dollars
Gross assessed value (before partial
exemptions):
Total, including state-assessed property 32,612
Locally assessed property:
Real property. . . ... 24,220
Personal property. . . ... 8,101
Tax exempt proportion of locally assessed
value:
Real property. . . . ... 4,674
Personal property. . . ... 0
Assessed value subject to tax, after
deduction of partial exemption:
Total. . . . . ... 27,938
State assessed property. . ... 291
Locally assessed property (total). .. 26,647
Real property. . . ... 19,546
Personal property . ..... .. 8,101
Percent of assessed value subject to tax
(total 100% for each area): Percent
State assessed property. . ... 1.0
Locally assessed property:
Real property. . . ... 70.0
Personal property. . . ... 29.0


Source: [26, Table 4].









Table 31.--Comparative analysis taxable valuation of property, Wakulla
County, 1971



Property County Florida

% of total % of total
Dollars property property

Non-exempt real estate ...... 75,709,869 26.2 58.96
Personal property. ...... 8,101,154 14.1 10.97
Railroad, telegraph and private
car lines. . . ... 291,430 0.5 .50
Total all non-exempt . .
Value . . .. .23,502,453 40.8 70.43
Ibmestead exempt property. ... 4,638,886 8.1 11.62
All exempt property excluding
homestead . ..... .29,430,936 51.1 17.95
Total exempt property. . 34,069,822 59.2 29.57
Total value all property .57,572,275 100.0 100.00
Total 1971 taxes levied. .. .441,874


Surce: [22]





Table 32.--Assessed valuation of non-exempt property as basis for
school taxes and fiscal data on effort to finance public
schools, Wakulla County, 1971-72


I tem


Non-exempt assessed valuation of property:
1971-72 . . . . .
1972-73 . . . . .
County percent increase from 1963-1973. .
Valuation per pupil in average daily
attendance 1972-73 . . ..
Percent of county revenue from local sources.
Required local effort per pupil in average
daily attendance 1972-73 . . .
Local effort required to participate in
Minimum Foundation Program (1972-73) .


Amount


23,502,000
24,936,000
1,036.86%

14,591
12.88%

69.18

127,000


Source: [1, table 4.462; 2, table 4.46]









Table 33.--Tax base villages, Wakulla County, 1971


Type Tax base


Mills

Total general millage. . . ... 18.80
County general millage . . .. 8.80
School general millage . . .. 10.00
Percent change in total general
millage 1971-70. . . . ... 5.62


Source: [1, table 20.382]








Table 34.--Millage and other associated facts for Wakulla County and
selected cities, 1973


Item


Population .

Population rank. .

Area in square miles ,

Cost of living index .

Millage, ..

Exempt valuation ,

Non-exempt valuations.


County Sopchoppy St. Marks


-------------Number-----------------

7,436 506 401

43 321 336


609

0.910

10.00

34,622,970

25,079,110


5

NA

0.00

0

0


6-

NA

0.00

20,419,793

1,808,107


Sources:[7, 8]










Table 35.--Financial statistics of revenue for the Wakulla County area
and Wakulla County government, fiscal year 1972 73


All government unitsa County of Wakulla
Item Per Per
Total capital Total capital
revenue revenue revenue revenue


Total revenue . .. .
Local tax revenue . .
Property. . . .
Utility service tax .
Occupational license. .
Building & zoning permits .
Franchise fees. . .
Other taxes .. ....
Sales & service chg, revenue.
Refuse & trash . .
Hospital . .
Recreation .. . .
Airports & water terminals.
Transit . . .
Other . . .
Special assessments . .
Utility sales revenue .
Water . . .
Electric. . ...
Gas . . .
Sewerage. . . .
Fines & forfeitures .
Court fees. . . .
Investment earnings .
Misc. other local revenues.
Officer fee collections ..
Intergovernmental revenue .
Federal . . .
State . . .
Other . . .


--------------Dollars-------------
1,438,702 -- 1,312,361
289,734 38 264,567 35
260,110 34 248,952 35
10,280 1 0' 0
5,968 0 4,620 0
10,831 1 10,831 1
2,494 0 164 0
51 0 0 0
3,103 0 2,953 0
150 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
2,953 0 2,953 0
0 0 0 0
25,889 3 0 0
25,889 3 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
28,609 3 25,756 3
4,620 0 4,620 0
2,571 0 94 0
104 0 0 0
90,305 12 89,916 12
993,767 133 924,455 124
199,855 26 186,082 25
788,912 106 738,373 99
5,000 0 0 0


all local


Source: [8]


aThese statistics represent the combined total operations of
government units within a county.









Table 36.--Financial statistics of revenue for the cities of Sopchoppy
and St. Marks, fiscal year 1972-73

Sopchoppy St. Marks
Total Per Total Per
Item revenue capital revenue capital
revenue revenue
-------------Dollars------------------

Total revenue. . ... 54,689 -- 65,115 --
Local tax revenue. . ... 5,397 10 19,770 49
Property . .... ... 0 0 11,158 27.
Utility service tax. ... 4,108 8 6,172 15
Occupational license 0 0 1,348 3
Building & zoning permits. 0 0 0 0
Franchise fees . .. 1,231 0 1,092 2
Other taxes. .... ... 51 0 0 0
Sales & service chg. revenue 0 0 150 0
Refuse & trash . .. 0 0 150 0
Hospital . .... 0 0 0 0
Recreation . ... 0. 0 0 0
Airports & water terminals 0 0 0 0
Transit . . ... 0 0 0 0
Other. . . ... 0 0 0 0
Special assessments. .... 0 0 0 0
Utility sales revenue. ... 10,152 20 15,737 39-
Water. . . .. 10,152 20 15,737 39
Electric . . 0 0 0 0
Gas . . ... 0 0 0
Sewerage . . .. .0 0 0 0
Fines & forfeitures. ... 2,595 5 258 0
Court fees . . 0 0 0 0
Investment earnings. ..... 0 0 940 2
Misc. other local revenue.. 62 0 42 0
Officer fee collections. 389 0 0 0
Intergovernmental revenue. 36,094 71 28,218 70
Federal . . ... 7,525 14 6,248 15.
State . . .. 28,569 56 21,970 54
Other. . . ... 0 0 0 0


Source: [8]









Table 37.--Financial Statistics of Expenditures for the Wakulla County
area and Wakulla County gpverntment, fiscal year 1972-73

All
Government Units County ..f Wakulla
-* -Per P per
Total Captia Total Capita
Expendi- Expendi- Expendi- Expendi-
Item tures tures ftures tures


Total expenditures. ... 1,362,226 -- 1,300,604 --
Capital outlay. 281,932 37 279,640 37
Operating & other ,. 1,080,294 145 1,020,964 137
General government 450,688 60 428,696 57
Police. . . ... 177,141 15 109,254 14
Fire. . . ... 6,414 0 6,187 0
Corrections . . 147 0 0 0
Other public safety .. 13,396 1 10,909 1
Streets & highways. 251,295 33 251,229 23
Parks & recreation. ... 2,137 0 0 0
Courts . . ... 12,358 1 12,358 1
Natural resources ... 874 0 874 0
Health. . . ... 113,915 15 113,915 15
Hospitals . .. 30,024 4 30,024 4
Public welfare. . .. 9,347 1 9,347 1
Libraries .... .... 10,000 1 10,000 1
Urban development & renewal 0 0 0 0
Airports & water terminals. 29,936 4 29,936 4
Refuse & trash ....... 0 0 0 0
Interest on debt ... 13,760 1 0 0
Other misc. expenditures, 287,875 38 287,875 38
Water ....... 12,919 1 0 0
Electric. . ... 0 0 0 0
Gas . . ..... .. 0 0 0 0
Sewerage, . .. 0 0 0 0
Transit . . 0 0 0 0
Cash & investments. .... 346,252 193 246,963 176
Short & longterm debt . 395,150 183 0 174


local


Source [8]


These statistics represent the combined total operations of all
government units within a county.









Table 38.--Financial statistics of expenditures for the cities of Sopchoppy
and St. Marks, fiscal year 1972-73


----Sopchoppy---- ----St. Marks-----
Per Per
Total Capita Total Capita
Expendi- Expendi- Expendi- Expendi-
Item tures tures tures tures



Total expenditures. ... 20,802 -- 38,713
Capital outlay ..... 2,292 4 0 0
Operating & other 18,510 36 38,713 96
General government ... 4,170 8 17,822 44
Police . . ... 7,887 15 0 0
Fire . . ... .227 0 0 0
Corrections . ... 147 0 0 0
Other public safety . 2,487 4 0 0
Streets & highways. . 0 0 66 0
Parks & recreation .. 30 0 0 0
Courts. . .. 0 0 0 0
Natural resources .. 0 0 0 0
Health. . ... 0 0 0 0
Hospitals . .... .. 0 0 0 0
Public welfare. . ... 0 0 0 0
Libraries . .. 0 0 0 0
Urban development & renewal 0 0 0 0
Airports & water terminals. 0 0 0 0
Refuse & trash. . .. .0 0 0 0
Interest on debt. .... 567 1 13,193 32
Other misc. expenditures. 0 0 0 0
Water . . .... 5,287 10 7,632 19
Electric. . .... .. 0 0 0 0
Gas . . .. 0 0 0 0
Sewerage. . .... .. 0 0 0 0
Transit . .. 0 0 0 0
Cash & investments. ... 6,068 108 55,724 162
Short & longterm debt 105,000 41 290,150 96


Source: [8]









Table 39.--Distributions to Wakulla County and municipalities from state
sources and state tax collections by major sources of revenue,
1973-1974




Item County State


Source of distribution


Total gasoline, special
fuel, and motor fuel tax
2 gas and special fuel
tax to State Board of
Admin. for County Road
Bonds. . . .
7th cent gas & motor fuel tax
gas tax. . . .
special fuel tax . .
Paramutual wagering. . .
Beverage licenses. . .
Mosquito control-state
matching . . .
Gas and oil production tax .
Insurance agents county license
tax. . . . .
tax. ..............
Revenue sharing trust funda .
Total. . . . .

Source of revenue

Sales and use tax. . .
Gasoline taxes . . .
Motor vehicle licenses . .
Paramutual wagering taxes .
Documentary stamp taxes. .
Documentary stamp tax:
Sur tax . . ..
Hunting and fishing licenses ..
Intangible taxes . .
Total. . . . .


-----------Dollars------------------


306,346.01

143,060.52
13,605.21
446,500.00
338.40

23,322.44
0

96.48
66,195.00
999,464.06



357,567.75
429,828.40
135,824.21
0
36,563.25


7.70
11,893.72
0
971,685.06


89,758,574.36

41,227,814.62
3,198,219.80.
29.915,500.00
2,632,161.89

2,475.000.00
2,141,295.44

417,244.32
68,526,684.00
240,292,494.20



1,115,131,863.21
332,617,165.82
152,764,677.27
76,315,234.30
83,346,465.18

1,245,069.32
4,130,135.75
0
1,765,559,610.85


aSources: cigarette tax, auto road tax, intangible tax.


Source: [9]






























HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND

PUBLIC WELFARE DATA









Table 40.--Distributions to county schools from Florida Education
Finance Program & other programs, Wakulla County, 1973-1974


Item


Distribution


-i


Florida Education Finance Program. . .
Federal revenue sharing funds for construction .
Community Schools.. .. . . .
School safety program . . . .
Driver's education . . . .
Other . . . . . .
Community colleges . . . .
Total from general revenue fund . . .
County Capital outlay and debt service school fund:
Capital outlay . . . .
Board of administration debt service . .
Interest on investments . . . .
Total from trust fund . . . .
Total distribution . . . .


Dollars

1,439,941.00
194,663.00
0
5,000.00
4,103.00
83,193.00
0
1,726,900.53

42,338.64
83,017.05
1,416.46
126,772.15
1,853,672.68


Source: [9].


a Includes funds from vision material center, child nutrition program,
extended year program funds.










Table 41 .--Summary of revenues and expenditures of schools including
grades K-12, Wakulla County, fiscal year, 1973-74


R All
Revenues and expenditures Wakulla counties
counties


Revenues
Federal sources. . . .
State sources. . . .
Federal through state. . .
Local sources. . . .
Total revenue. . . .
Total non-revenue receipts . .
Remittances from other sources .
Total revenues and receipts .. .
Transfers. . . . .
Beginning balances . . .
Total revenues, receipts, trans-
fers, and balances. . .

Adjustments to fund balance. . .
Total revenues, receipts, trans-
fers, balances & adjustments .
Remittances to other districts and
agencies . . . .
Total expenditures and remittances .
Transfers. . . . .
Ending balance . . .
Adjustments. . . . .
Total expenditures, transfers,
reserves, balances, and adjust-
ments . . . .

Expenditures
Administration .. . .....
Current expenses, all funds:
Instruction . . .
Operation of plant. . .
Maintenance of plant. . .
Auxiliary services. . .
Fixed charges . . .
Total current expenses (day
schools) . . . .
Non-program schools . .
Total current expenses (all
schools) . . . .
Capital outlay . . .
Debt service . . .
Total expenditures (all funds) .


Dollars -

244.50
2,035,573.48
332,444.12
390,370.96
2,758,633.06
432,485.55
0
3,191,118.61
264,605.80
460,337.32


-% of total- -

0.01 1.9
52.0 40.1
8.5 4.4
10.0 24.5
70.4 70.9
11.0 11.5
0 0.09
81.5 82.6
6.8 3.5
11.8 14.0


3,916,061.73 100.0


100.02


0 0 -0.02


3,916,061.73 100.0


3,656.00
2,843,876.13
264,605.80
286,510.37
5,676.36


0.09
72.6
6.8
7.3
0.1


3,916,061.73 100.0



100,162.79 2.6

1,388,733.16 35.5
120,777.56 3.1
53,283.66 1.4
254,701.07 6.5
177,072.67 4.5

2,094,730.91 53.5
0 0

2,094,730.91 53.5
631,640.37 16.1
113,848.85 2.9
3,916,061.73 100.0


100.0

0.05
67.5
3.5
28.8
0.1


100.0



1.5

41.2
4.2
1.8
3.7
5.0

57.5
0.2

57.7
6.4
2.9
100.0


Source: [6,7].









Table 42.--Classroom teacher salary ranges by rank of certificate in
public elementary and secondary schools in a five county
area for the 1973-74 school year.


Rank IIIa Rank IIb Rank IAc Rank Id
County min.-max. min.-max. min.-max. min.-max.

-------------------------.Dollars---------------------------

Bay. ... .7,000-10,150 8,000-11,150 8,700-11.870 9,400-12,500
Franklin 7,035- 9,398 8,035-10,398 8,335-10,698 8,735-11,098
Gulf 6,900- 9,750 8,025-10,875 8,550-11,400 9,300-12,150
Liberty. 6,950- 9,750 7,950-10,750 8,450-11,250 8,950-11,750
Wakulla. 6,830- 8,606 7,718- 9,494 8,123- 9,904 8,606-10,587



aBachelor's degree
bMaster's degree

c Master's degree plus 30 additional hours of graduate study
dDoctor's degree

Source: [2, table 4.24]





Table 43.--Schools by type, Wakulla County



Type of schoola 1971-72 1972-73


-----Numbers---------

Kindergarten only. . . . 0 0
Elementary only. . . ... .3 3
High school only:
Junior high . . .. .0 0!
Senior high . . .... 0 0.
Junior-senior high. . . ... .1 1
4-year high . . . 0 0
Total. . . . .... .. .. 4 4
Kindergarten counted as part of elementary
school . .... ... .. 3 3



a Elementary and secondary department each counted as a school.


Source: [5,6]









Table 44,--School enrollment by grade level and age, Wakulla County
1970


School enrollment Enrollment

Number

Total enrolled, 3-34 years old. .. . 1,764
Nursery school . . . .. 55
Public. . . . . .. 28
Kindergarten. . . . . 182
Public . . ..... . . 155
Elementary, 1-8 years . .... . 1,094
Public . . . . .. 1,083
High school, 1-4 years. . .... .391
Public. . . ... . 391
College . . . . . .42

Percent

Percent enrolled, 3-34 years old 52.7
3 and 4 yrs. old. . . ... 24.9
5 and 6 yrs. old. . . ... 95.1
7 to 13 yrs. old. . . ... .... 92.6
14 and 15 yrs. old. . . .... .88.1
16 and 17 yrs. old. . . .... 85.6
18 and 19 yrs. old. . . .... 34.9
20 and 21 yrs. old. . . ... 6.8
22 to 24 yrs. old . . ... 3.3
25 to 34 yrs. old . . . .0.8

Source: [34, Table 120].


Table 45.--Enrollment, average daily attendance, average daily mem-
bership of pupils at close of year for the fiscal year
1972-73, Wakulla County


Grades


t


Kindergarten. .
Grades 1-12 .
Grades 1-6. .
Grades 7-9 .
Grades 10-12. .
Total . .
Promoted, K-12. .
Not promoted, K-12.


Enroll-
ment


SAverage daily


Attendance Membership


membership
at close
of year


- - Number- - -


155
2,041
1,107
548
386
2,196


125
1,709
944
457
308
1,834


138
1,841
1,001
497
343
1,979


140
1,824
1,008
484
332
1,964
1,888


Source: [6]


Number-


L-"------


M'










Table 46.--Number of high school graduates continuing education by type
of institution entered, Wakulla County, 1973




Item Graduates


Number

Total high school graduates. . .. .86
Public . . . . .. .86
Private. . . . ... 0
Continuing at junior college:
Public . . . . ... 15
Private. . . . .. 0
Continuing at senior college or university:
Public . . . . 5
Private. . . . .. 0
Continuing at out-of-state college. ..... 1
Continuing at technical, trade and other:
In Florida . . . ... 10
Out-of-state . . . ... .0


Source: [2, table 4.82]








Table 47.--Pupil mobility in public
Wakulla County, 1972-73


schools during one year, grades K-12,


Components of change Pupils


Number

Total enrollment. . . ... 2,196
Withdrawalsa . ..... .302
First-time entries . . . 2,002
Transfers from out-of-statec. . 47
Transfers from other districts . 147


a
aMay have been to enter another
to leave school.


school in this or another state or


Pupils who had not previously entered any other school during the
1972-73 school year. First-time entries would be 100.0 percent
of the enrollment if no "new" pupils entered during the school year.
c Pupils who transferred during the 1972-73 school year, not at the
beginning of the year.

Source: [2, table 4.19]


Table 48.--Characteristics of public school bus operations, grades K-12,
Wakulla County, 1971-72



Characteristic Unit Amount


Funds for pupil transportation.. .
Pupils transported at public expense.
School bus mileage:
Morning trips . . .
Extra-curricular .. ..
Pupils transported less than 2 miles.
School bus drivers . . .
Average monthly salary . .


dollars
percent

miles
miles
percent
number
dollars


66,892
85.72

511.3
19,000
5.08
19
210.00


a Combined mileage of all school buses, one way.
figure gives approximate total daily mileage,
bEstimated.
Estimated.


Doubling this


Source: [1, table 4.962, 4.982]









Table 49.--Instructional positions in public school system, Wakulla
County



Positions Fiscal year
1972-73 1973-74


-------Number-----------

Supervisors of instruction (general and
special subjects). . .. 1 1
Principals and supervising principals:
Kindergarten only. . .... .. 0 0
Elementary . . ... 3 3
High school. . . ... 2 2
Elementary and high school .. 0 0
Total principals . ... 5 5

Teachers:
Kindergarten . . ... 6 6
Grades 1-6 . . ... 53 56
Grades 7-9 . . ... 23 28
Grades 10-12 . . .. 26 25
Total teachers . . .. 108 115

Other instructional staff:
Librarians:
Grades 1-6 . . ... 3 3
Grades 7-12. . . ... 1 1
Guidance:
Grades 1-6 . . . .0 0
Grades 7-12. . . ... 1 1
Psychological and other:
Grades 1-6 . . ... 0 0
Grades 7-12. . . ... 1 0
Total other instructional staff ... 6 5
Other county-wide instructional personnel 4 3
Total full-time instructional personnel 124 129


Source: [6,7]









Table 50.--Public assistance by program, Wakulla County



Program Cases or Total payments
recipients


Number Dollars

Old age assistance (72-73) 146 109,252
Aid to the blind (72-73) 5 4,617
Aid to the disabled (72-73). 45 41,073
Aid to families with dependent
children (72-73). .... 331 85,965
Total direct assistance. 527 240,907
Social Security (12-73). 1225 147,000
Enrollment in health insurance
program for the aged (Medicare,
1971) type:
Hospital and/or medical
insurance . .. 748 200,000
Hospital insurance .. 742 131,000
Supplementary medical insur. 718 69,000
Old-age, survivors, disability,
and health insurance benefi-
ciaries (12-30-73):
Retired workers .. 600 87,000
Disabled workers .... 120 19,000
Others . . 505 41,000


a Average recipients per month.
b
Dependents of retired and disabled
age 72 beneficiaries.


workers, survivors, and special


Sources: [2, tables 17.17, 17.39. 17.81, 17.82]









Table 51.--Disbursements of the county government for welfare, Wakulla
County, fiscal year ending September 30, 1972



Recipient social service Operating Capital
expense outlays


-------Dollars---------------

Foster home care . ... 0 0
Federal commodities . .. 6,463.15 0
Welfare administration . 0 0
Welfare services . ... 4,200.00 0
Mental health . . .. 113.00 0

Tubercular care . . .. 22.50 0
State-county welfare participation. 0 0
Health unit or department .. 22,766.78 1,670.86
County cemeteries . .. 0 0
County hospitals . ... 8,320.86 0

Homes for infirm . ... 0 0
Parental homes . . ... 0 0
Juvenile or detention homes 0 0
Neighborhood youth corps . 0 0
Legal aid . . . 0 0
Total . . . 41,886.29 .1,670.86


Source: [10]



Table 52.--Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance, by
number of beneficiaries with monthly cash benefits in
current-payments status by age and sex, Wakulla County,
December, 1973

Beneficiaries by age.and sex Number of beneficiaries


Total . . . . 1,215
Under age 60:
Under 18 years. . . 195
18-21 years . .. 20
22-59 years . .. 150

Age 60 and over:
Male . . . . 405
Female . . . 445
60-64 years . . .. 160
65-71 years . . .. 360
72 and over . . .. 330


Source: [2, table 17.19]










Table 53.--Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: Domestic
assistance program recipients and funds obligated,
Wakulla County, fiscal 1973


Agency Dollars


Food and Drug Administration. ... . 0
Health services and mental health administra-
tion. . ... . . .26,739
National Institute of Health. .... .. .. .0
Office of Education ..... .. . . 60,496
Office of the Secretary .... . 0
Social and Rehabilitation Service ..... 384,503
Social Security Administration. . 2,015,916
Special institutions . . ... 0
Total . . . 2,487,654


Source: [37]









Table 54.--Amount paid by food stamp recipients, bonus, total, and
average value of food stamps for the month of January,
1973, Wakulla County


Recipients ,Number


Households. .. . .. 275
Persons . . *. 832
Amount paid by recipients . .. $7,202
Bonus (free) value a . . $13,103
Total value issued . . ... $20,305
Average stamp value per household .. $73.84

alncreased food purchasing power.

.Source: [1, Table 17.842].


-r-r




-tJ


Table 55.--Professionals in state licensed health occupations, Wakulla
County, May 1973


Number per
Personnel Total 1,000
populationa

Number -

Medical doctors . . .. 1 .13
Doctors of osteopathy . ... 0 0
Dentists . . . 0 0
Registered nurses. . . .. 13 1.75
Licensed practical nurses. . ... 8 1.11

Pharmacists. . . .. 1 .13
Dental hygenists . . .. 0 0
Chiropractors . . .. 0 0
Veterinarians . . .. 0 0
Optometrists . .. . 0 0
Physical therapists. .. 1 .13

Opticians. . . . 0 0
Sanitarians . . .. 1 .13
Nursing home administrators 0 0
Psychologists . . .. 1 .13
Podiatrists . . .. 0 0
Naturopaths. . . .. 0 0


aBased on estimated population, July 1, 1973.

Source: [21]



Table 56.--Existing medical facilities, number of beds, Wakulla County,
1971


Medical facility Facilities Beds


Number -

General hospitals . . . .. 0 0
Long-term care facilities. . . 0 0
Nursing homes . . . .. 0 0
Tuberculosis hospitals . . .. 0 0
Homes for the aged . . .. 0 0
Diagnostic or treatment centers . ... 0 0
Rehabilitation facilities. . . ... 0 0
Public health centers 1 NA

aIncludes principle units and auxiliary facilities.

Source: [1, Table 3.532].












Table 57---Resident death from certain causes, Wakulla County and Florida, 1973


County
Cause of death and incidence of disease White Non-white Total Florida
-----------------------Numbers-------------------------

Cause of death:
Cardiovascular:
Heart disease. . . ... 20 3 23 32,045
Cerebrovascular disease. ...... 7 4 11 10,162
Aortic aneurism & certain arterial
disease. . . . ... 0 0 0 1,291
General arteriosclerosis ....... 2 0 2 1,208
Cancer. . . . .... 9 1 10 16,581
Diabetes mellitus . . .... .2 0 2 1,538
Cirrhosis of the liver. . .... 1 0 1 1,702

Respiratory diseases:
Tuberculosis ............. 0 0 0 188
Influenza and pneumonia. . .. 2 1 3 2,309
Bronchitis, emphysema, & asthma .... 0 0 0 1,633

Certain causes: early infant mortality. 0 0 0 1,129
Violent deaths:
Motor vehicle accidents. . .. 2 1 3 2,579
Other accidents. . .. .. .1 0 1 2,451
Suicides . . .... . 0 0 0 1,294
Homicides ..... . . 0 0 0 1,262

Total deaths (all causes) . ... .54 13 67 87,958


Source: [19]




47 -


Table 58.--Admissions of patients to the state mental hospital system,
by type of admission Wakulla County, July 1, 1973 -
June 30, 1974.



Admissions County Florida


-----------Number----------------

Rate of admissions per 100,000 civilian
population a/ . . .. 147.1 92.4
Type of admissions:
Total . . . .. 10 7015
Criminal and circuit court ... 0 854
Involuntary . . .. 1 2795
Voluntary . . .. 9 3325
Other . . . 0 38


a/ 1972 estimated population, Bureau of the Census, 1972.

Source: [20, table 6]







Table 59.--Incidence of disease in Wakulla County and Florida, 1972



Disease County Florida


Chicken pox . .
German measles . .
Gonorrhea . .
Hepatitis, infectious. .
Influenza . .

Measles . .
Mumps . . .
Streptococcal, infectious.
Syphilis . . .


----------Number-----------


3,950
1,913
43,688
2,459
22,469

1,460
1,525
10,653
3,691


Source: [2, table 3.28]








Table 60.--Offenses constituting the crime index, Wakulla County, 1972


Unincorpo-
Item County rated area b


Total crime index a .. ... 90 90
Percent index change 1971-72 .. 200.0 200.0
Number of offenses:
Murder. . . . .. 1 1
Forcible rape . . . 1 1
Robbery . . . 3 3
Aggravated assault. . .. 5 5
Breaking and entering . .. 71 71
Larceny $50 and over. . ... 9 9
Auto theft . . .. 0 0
Crime rate per 100,000 population .1,375.9 1,375.9
Percent rate change 1971-72 . .. 198.8 198.8
Percent cleared . .. 17.8 17.8


a The crime index is the total number of actual offenses or incidents
known to law enforcement officers, not the number of persons who
committed them nor the number of injuries they caused.
b Includes those incorporated jurisdictions which report this infor-
mation to the law enforcement agency responsible in that juris-
dication.

Source: [1, table 18.034]



Table 61.--Commitment to correctional institutions by race and sex,
Wakulla County, 1972-73



Race and sex 1972-73 a 6-30-73 b


White male . .
White female .
Black male . .
Black female .
Other male . .
Other female . .
Unknown . .
Total . . .
Percent of state total.


----------Number-------------


a Denotes inmates committed to the Division of Corrections during
the fiscal year 1972-73.
b Denotes inmated in the custody of the Division of Corrections
as of June 30, 1973.





























RESOURCES








Table 62.--Land area of selected places, Wakulla County, 1960

Area Population
Location Tol Inland Per square
Total Land Total
water mile

-----Square miles--------- ------ Nmber---------

Wakulla County 635 600.6 34.3 5,257 8.8


Source: [24]



Table 63.--Farms, land in farms, and land use, by size of farm,
Wakulla County, 1969 and 1974




Farms Farms Farms with harvested cropland
1969 1974 1969 1974

------Number ------ -----Total number------------

All farms. . .60 76 17 49
Farms with:
1 to 9 acres. 5 1 4 16
10 to 49 acres. ..6 29 7 26
50 to 69 acres. 4 9 2 2
70 to 99 acres. 8 10 j
100 to 139 acres. 7 6
140 to 179 acres. 10 3
180 to 219 acres. 2 3 4 5
220 to 259 acres. 2 3
260 to 499 acres. .11 9
500 to 999 acres. 4 1 0 0
1000 to 1999 acres. 0 1 0 0
2000 & over acres 0 1 0 0


Source: [25, 39]










Table 64.--Selected farm characteristics, Wakulla County, 1969 and 1974


Item


Total of farms . . .
Land in farms . . .
Average size of farms . .
Total cropland . . .
Harvested cropland . ..
Woodlanda . . . .
Value of land and buildings per farm.
Number of farms:
Sales of $20,000 and over .. ...
Sales of $10,000 to $19,999 .
Sales of $5,000 to $9,999 . .
Sales of $2,500 to $4,999 . .
Class 6b . ... . .
Part-timec . . .
Part retirement .. ......
Abnormale . . . .


Farm products sold:
Crops . .
Livestock products.
Forest products .
Total sales.


Average values sold per farm .


Florida
1974


No.
Acres
Acres
Acres
Acres
Acres
$


60
14,059
2,343
4,323
809
8,273
39,166


52,127
189,018
65,456
306,601
5,110


76
17,314
162
4,561
1,484
6,055
84,707


7
6

S47




230,000
419,000
32,000
683,000
8,985


32,466
13,199,365
407
3,721,831
2,304,043
2,932,880
278,479


8,303
3,788
4,128
3,867

S12,380




1,298,800,000
768,917,000
11,087,000
1,898,658,000
58,451


a Includes woodland pasture.
b Value of products sold $50-$2,500 and an operator under 65 years who did not work off farm 100 days
or more during year,
c Value of products sold $50-$2,500 and an operator under 65 years wo worked off farm 100 days during
the year.
d Value of products sold $50-$2,500 and operator over 65 years.
e Institutional, experimental, and research farms and those run by agencies,








Table 65.--Crop production: 1969 ard 1974 for Wakulla County


Item


Crops harvested:
Corn
For grain . . .
For silage, forage or grazing .
Sorghum for grain or seed .
Other small grains . .
Soybeans for beans . .
Hay (excluding sorghum) . .
Cotton . . . .
Peanuts for nuts . . .
Tobacco . . . .
Potatoes . . . .
Vegetables, sweetcorn, melons .
Berries .. . . .
Wheat for grain . . .
Land in orchards a . . .
Others crops . .. .


a Includes land in bearing, and non-bearing fruit orchards, citrus or
other groves.

Source: [25 and 39]



Table 66.--Livestock production: 1969 and 1974 for Wakulla County


1969 1974
Inventory Sales Inventory Sales

--------------Number------------------

Livestock and poultry:
Cattle and calves. ... 799 413 1,574 776
Hogs and pigs. . ... 2,272 3,294 1,608 3,005
Sheep and lambs. . ... 0 0 0 0
Horses and ponies. ... 32 4 31 0
Chickens (3 months or older) 69 0 513 50.
Chickens (3 months or less). 0 0 0 0
Other livestock and poultry. -- -- NA NA


Source: [25 and 39]


1974


700
14
12
0
229
0
540
0
1
15
0
0
7
NA




53




Table 67.--Farm production expenses for Wakulla County, 1969 and 1974


1969 1974


---Dollars in thousands----

Livestock and poultry . . 30 91
Feed for livestock and poultry .. 65 167
Commercially mixed feeds . 45 134
Seeds, bulbs, plants, trees. . ... 6 27
Commercial fertilizer. . . ... 34 75
Lime . . . . 3 NA
Other agricultural chemicals a . .. 5 12
Gasoline, fuel and oil for farm business 19 35
Hired farm labor . . .. 29 27
Contract labor, machine hire and custom
work . . . . 5 1
All other expenses . . .. 77 162
Total production expenses:
Farms . . . . 60 76
Dollars .. . . . 270 605
Average expenses per farm. ., 5 8


a Includes herbicides, perticides, insecticides, fungicides

Source: [25, p. 506; and 39]



Table 68.--Machinery and equipment on place, 1969 and 1974,
Wakulla County


Farms reporting
1969 1974

--.--Numbers----------


Estimated market value of machinery and
equipment by value groups:
$1-$999. . . .. ..
$1,000-$4,999 . . 29 29
$5,000-$9,999. . . 26 12
$10,000-$19,999 . . 13 2
$20,000 and over . . .. 8 6
Total . . . . 76 49


Source: [25, p, 506; and 39]








Table 69.--Acreage, yield, production and value
Wakulla County, 1973


of field crops in


Harvested Yield Production
per acre


---Acres-- --Bushels-- --Bushels--

Corn for grain . ... 600 40 24,000
Soybeans . . .. 0 0 0
Wheat . . . .0 0 0
Peanuts . . .. 490 1950 956,000
Tobacco . . . 0 0 0
Total . . . .. 1090 1990 980,000


Source: [12]











Table 70,--Production of field crops over period 1968 1973, Wakulla
County


Year Corn Peanuts

--Bushels-- --Pounds---

1968 . . . 15,200 662,000
1969. . . .. 13,200 435,000
1970 . . . 13,000 519,000
1971. . . .. 19,600 675,000
1972. . . .. 20,000 1,065,000
1973 . . . 24,000 956,000


Source: [12]







Table 71.--Forest land area: Wakulla County, 1970


Type of land County Florida

Thousands of acres -

All land . ..... ..... 395.8 35,179.4
Forest land:
Commercial . . .. 348.6 16,231.6
Unproductive . . .. ..0a 1,606.9
Productive reserved . ... 0.4 94.4
Total . . ..249.0 17,932.9
Non-forest land . . 46.8 17,246.5


aLess than 50 acres.
Source: [1, Table 11.362].







Table 72.--Farm sales of forest products, Wakulla County, 1969 and 1964


1969 1964
Forest products Farms s Farms Sa
Sales Sales
reporting reporting

Number Dollars Number Dollars

Standing timber or trees. 0 0 4 5,580
Firewood and fuelwood 0 0 NA NA
Sawlogs and veneer logs 1 3,000 NA NA
Pulpwood . . 2 6,400 NA NA
Other forest products 3 56,000 NA NA


Source: [25]


,,







Table 73.---Land area, noninventory and inventory acreages 1958 and
1967 for Wakulla County



1958 1967


Total land area noninventory.


Federal non-cropland.
Urban build-up. .
Small water areas .
Total . .


Inventory acreage
Cropland. .
Pasture a .
Range b ..
Forest c .
Other land. .
Total .


221,918
3,970
2.172
228,060


7,000
2,100
7,190
147,360
1,250
164,900


392,960
221,918
5,013
1,824
228,755


30,788
10,000
0
103,182
20,235
164,205


a Lands producing forage plants, for animal production.
b Lands on which plant cover is composed principally of native
grasses.
c 1958 Includes most idle land, 1967 Non-federal rural land
not in other classification; includes strip mines, borrow,
and gravel pits,


Source: [11]


Ij i










Table 74.--Inventory classes by land
Wakulla County 1967.


capability classes and subclasses in


Land capability Inventory classes
and subclass Cropland Pasture Range Forest Other Total

Class Subclass

2 W 1,730 357 0 361 0 2,448
3 W 0 0 0 20,012 5,000 25,012
3 S 27,628 7,500 0 41,885 10,000 87,013
4 W 0 715 0 1,442 235 2,392
4 S 1,430 1,428 0 901 0 3,759
5 W 0 0 0 6,850 0 6,850
6 S 0 0 0 1,082 0 1,082
7 W 0 0 0 22,536 5,000 27,536
8 W 0 0 0 8,113 0 8,113

Total 30,788 10,000 0 103,182 20,235 164,205


Class I Few limitations
Class II Some limitations reduce plant choice, require moderate con-
servation practices.
Class III Sever limitations reduce plant choice, require special con-
servation practices.
Class IV Very severe limitations
Classes V-VIII Limited largely to pasture, range woodland, wildlife,
water supply or to esthetic purposes.
Subclass W Wetness
Subclass S Adverse soil characteristics or qualities


Source: [11]








Table 75.--Temperature extremes and freeze data for Wakulla County, 1973


Last spring First fall days
Year High Low Freeze Freeze Between

Temp Date Temp Date Temp Date Temp Date Dates

1973 950 8-8 200 12-20 20 2-17 310 11-30 286
1972 1000 9-19 190 1-17 30 3-10 29 11-18 253
1971 950 9-2 200 1-20 290 3-20 NA NA NA
1970 980 8-4 170 1-9 300 3-14 29 11-17 248
1969 990 7-8 210 1-6 290 3-27 260 11-15 233
1968 1000 8-21 220 12-16 320 3-25 280 11-13 233
1967 96 6-13 210 2-26 320 2-27 30 11-7 253
1966 990 8-23 12 1-30 320 3-9 300 11-3 239
1965 980 8-30 NA NA NA NA 320 11-30 NA
1964 970 9-1 190 1-15 310 3-31 270 12-1 245


Source: [38]


Table 76.--Weather data, Madison Weather Station, at Wakulla County, 1973


Total Temperature
Month precipitation Average Low High

Inches ---------Degress Farenheit-----------

January. 5.65 52.4 19 80
February .3.77 50.6 19 78
March .. 10.31 62.4 32 83
April .. .. 10.10 62.1 32 89
May ... 5.27 69.9 40 91
June 8.20 76.4 59 92

July 9.40 78.2 65 93
August .. 6.46 78.2 59 98
September. 7.51 78.2 59 92
October. 1.42 68.6 29 91
November 3.17 62.9 28 84
December 5.22 31.5 a 18 78

Annual 76.48 66.0 18 98


Source: [38]


a Smith Creek Station, west central part of county.






























SOURCES








SOURCES

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Florida Statistical Abstract, 1973. Gainesville: Univ.
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[2] Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Univ. of Florida.
Florida Statistical Abstract, 1974. Gainesville: Univ.
of Florida Press, August, 1974.

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