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Old 03-17-2009, 12:08 PM
 
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Hello,
I have taken a job in Russellville and plan to move to the area soon.
Can anyone suggestion areas that are nice to live in?
Any suggestions you can offer would be appreciated.
Thank you!
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Old 03-31-2009, 04:59 PM
 
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I'm orginally from Russellville and come from a fairly large family. I'm the oldest of 5 with my youngest sister being almost 2. My family built a house in two areas that I think are worth looking in to. Cove Landing is a great family neighborhood, My sister who is ten had several neighborhood friends and its a nice location where you don't have to worry about the kids riding their bikes and playing outside. Another area to look into would be on Crow Mnt. there are two subdivisions there, Cliff and Stream and Stonegate (where my family lives now) Both are really nice and again great subdivisions with family atmosphere. You never have to worry about neighbors being loud or any disturbances, plus you're still close enough to the wilderness where you can ride fourwheelers, fish in ponds, and go hiking just outside your back door! Also, Pottsville school is highly suggested. I went to Russellville until 10th grade and then transferred to Pottsville, which is where I graduated with a 4.2 GPA and learned more than I ever would have in the Russellville School District. Also, if you have kids, I highly suggest looking in to Russellville Martial Arts America (my family's business), It's a great place for families to bond, learn all sorts of life lessons, and enjoy excerise together! Also, it would be a great place to meet Rsvl natives and life long friends!!

I hope you enjoy Russellville, It's absolutely great family town and I miss it terribly!

- Bri
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