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Old 10-26-2006, 03:02 PM
 
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Default Moulton al

Hi everyone,
Could anyone please give me info on the moulton area? Our family has been looking into to moving to the northern Al area but haven't been there in a while and would like any info or opinion. We are originally from central Fl up until approx 4 months ago when we moved to California due to my husbands job. Just not my ideal place to be anywhere that is nice is too expensive and the people are not all that friendly. My husband is hopefully going to be able to work virtual in the next few months and would like to relocate to the north al area. We have 2 children girl16 and boy11 so any info about the schools would be great. By the way I have been looking over this site for the last couple of days and i must say it is a great idea and has been very helpful so far. Thank's for any info.
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Old 11-09-2006, 12:22 PM
 
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If you want a small (or big) farm or the rural experience, Moulton is great. Land is fairly cheap. Be sure you don't get swamp land! Housing is cheap, but there is not a lot to choose from. Schools - Lawrence County has some of the poorest and lowest-rated schools in the state. You might want to go farther west to Colbert County, or east to Morgan County. Hartselle (Morgan Co.) has excellent schools and is a thriving community. Sorry but I don't know much about Colbert schools.
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Old 11-12-2006, 10:32 AM
 
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My aunt lives in Moulton. Very friendly down home people in that town. Theres not a whole lot to do there, also it is a dry county.
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Old 11-05-2007, 09:57 PM
 
Location: Moulton, AL
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I've lived here all but 2 of my 20 years of life and wouldn't change that for the world. It is a bit boring sometimes, but a wonderful place overall. We've got good people, good food, and good scenery.
I gotta agree with AnchorAlumna though, the educational aspect isn't very satisfactory... Especially in preparation for college, but there are a hand-full of great teachers in each of the 3 schools (Moulton Elementary, Moulton Middle, and Lawrence County High school) and if that was sufficient in getting my lazy tail motivated enough to succeed... you get my drift.

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