Port Lavaca, La., is located in the southwest corner of the United States.
It is a popular vacation spot for the locals and visitors alike.
Its proximity to major ports, great beaches and an abundance of natural beauty make it a perfect location for an all-inclusive holiday.
The town has long had a reputation for being the perfect place for a holiday getaway.
But, in recent years, its population has decreased.
In 2015, there were fewer than 50 people in Port Lavacas population, and now only around 12 remain.
A recent report from the U.S. Census Bureau noted that in 2017, the population dropped by 20 percent from the previous year, which has led to a drop in the number of Americans living in the area.
The report also reported that the population of Port Lavacia has been trending downward since 2010, when it peaked at over 250,000 people.
But the economic situation in Port LaVaca has also taken a hit.
In 2017, unemployment was a staggering 15 percent, according to the U, and it’s estimated that the average annual salary in the town is $17,000.
That’s far lower than in other major American cities, like New York, which saw a massive economic recession in 2008-2009.
The recession was the largest in U.N. history, with the U.”s annual economic output being less than $20 billion, according the U., which made it the largest economy in the world for years.
This is not to say that Port Lava is without its challenges.
The city has struggled with homelessness and drug addiction.
A study by the nonprofit Project Safe Childhood found that in 2015, almost one-third of the city’s residents had at least one substance abuse problem, including opioids, heroin, and methamphetamine.
However, a lack of investment in the city has contributed to a long list of public health issues, including chronic and preventable disease, obesity, asthma, and depression.
These problems have worsened in recent decades as the population has grown.
It’s also important to note that the port city has the largest population of undocumented immigrants in the United, which also contributes to the economic challenges.
However the influx of illegal immigrants is expected to continue for some time.
According to the Office of Migration and Refugee Studies, there are about 16,000 illegal immigrants in Port Levacas port city, compared to nearly 8,000 residents of Port LaLavaca.
In other words, if there is a lack the Port Lavas residents are likely to have a difficult time getting a job, even if they are in the U.-educated, low-cost workforce.
That said, the lack of the influx has not been a major problem for the community.
In fact, the Port LaLa has seen a rise in tourism, which in turn is expected by the local economy to benefit the community as a whole.
According the International Association of Port Authority Officials, there is an estimated $5.5 billion worth of international cargo and goods shipped through Port Lavacias ports every year, including goods from South America, Africa, and Asia.
The tourism industry, however, is currently struggling due to the lack to access the coast, especially for travelers who need to visit specific destinations in the Caribbean or the Caribbean islands.
The influx of undocumented people also has a negative impact on the locals as well.
According a 2015 report by the Pew Research Center, over half of the local workforce, or 27 percent, is made up of undocumented workers, including nearly half of all those in the local port business.
However this number is not necessarily a reflection of the number who are undocumented, but rather the number that are undocumented residents.
The lack of jobs is also a major issue in Port Lavalas economy.
According data provided by the U of L, the local economic impact of undocumented migrants has been a huge issue in recent months.
During the last two years, the U and other local governments have made a concerted effort to address this issue, with several new initiatives.
The U. of L released a statement in March that it has implemented a plan to hire and retain 100 percent of its undocumented workforce, and the city is working with other local government and business leaders to improve the local environment.
According this plan, the city will establish a program for immigrants to be paid $12 per hour starting in 2017.
However in April, the port authority reported that there was only a 4 percent increase in its undocumented workers.
While the U ls immigration policy has been criticized for not being enough, the economic impact has been very positive for the port.
As of 2016, the unemployment rate in the Port Lavaca was 13.5 percent, which is higher than the national unemployment rate of 9.3 percent.
According, a report by The Migration Policy Institute, the United Nations and the U-turn by the Trump administration have contributed to the positive economic impact in Port Loa. The