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Then we named each census tract to the local colloquially recognized neighborhood name for that spot (e.g., Boston, MA (Dorchester).

Brereton and 13 others — seven men and seven women— are the stars of “The Spouse House,” a new series on TLC (Comcast Channel 45 in Peoria). July 9, is produced by the same people who gave us “Married at First Sight.”This time, the strangers who usually reside in the Chicago area are living under the same California roof for eight weeks in attempts to find a husband or wife. Each episode ends with an “engagement ceremony,” Brereton said.

If nobody was engaged that week, two residents would be evicted and replaced. The son of Peoria residents Steve and Edie Brereton admitted the whole thing sounds a little crazy.

Brereton spent mid-March through mid-May residing in the matrimony mansion in suburban Los Angeles.

The place had six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a pool, a Jacuzzi and tennis courts, among other things.“When I got there, I thought it was going to be some reality show with one camera and some low-budget, minor show,” Brereton said. People everywhere, cameras everywhere.“It got really overwhelming for everybody.

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Census tracts are small, relatively permanent subdivisions of a county that are defined by the U. Census Bureau in conjunction with local authorities all across the country to define real neighborhoods that are bounded to contain areas with homogeneous population characteristics (including economic status, lifestyle, and living conditions).