Yes, I am still interested in Idaho, if you had read in that post further, it stated that "Idaho was positive." I am asking for honest feedback from both sites from people who live there. Being a first time user, didn't know that I had to go in detail regarding my two choices. I don't feel I misrepresented my needs either. I want honest answers to my questions.
In my search, I had narrowed it down to Prescott and to Idaho. I found Idaho met every one of my family's needs and want to move forward, but until I find out about the radiation levels as to whether or not it is still present in the soil and water, I am on hold...I have searched and found no further information...and if Idaho still has the radiation problem then it will sadly result in "ended my search". I want some serious feedback to these questions as I am still holding out for Idaho. I am sure someone out there is aware of a report that offers this information and would be willing to share.
My heart goes out to every person in Idaho that was needlessly exposed to this. Our government owes Idaho and across our nation medical care and financial restitution for every victim they exposed to this radiation fallout. Accident or not, they owe to do the right thing.
I have children and cannot expose them to this heartache if it is still in Idaho's soil and water. I really want to move to Idaho, but am on hold until someone can inform me whether or not it has dissipated. What would you have done if you found out this information including the cancer clusters in the surrounding areas? Wouldn't you want to know before moving forward to relocate here? From the fallout map link listed below, you can see why I wonder about Ada County. It shows the surrounding counties with high exposure...I want to make sure Ada Co. was spared from the high radiation impact and what it was exposed to has dissipated.
As you read in that post as far as Prescott, it did not meet all of my needs. I too asked for a honest reply to the 6 reasons why I choose not to move there. If Idaho doesn't work out, then my 2nd choice was Prescott. Overall Prescott is a nice place to move to and call home, it did meet some of my needs, but it is not my 1st choice. Even though we are older parents, we are looking for a place to retire in addition to meeting the needs of our children too. No place is perfect, I understand that, but I am trying to make the right move that will benefit my family.
I found that this forum has a lot of nice people who are eager to share their experiences and advice. That is why I posted my questions regarding Idaho and Prescott as I am looking forward to hearing from all of them--I value their input. I really want to know.
This map is in several respected websites, but Wiki was easier to copy from to show you what I am referring to. I hope it doesn't get cut since it is informative.