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Old 02-22-2013, 11:22 PM
 
Location: canada
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I am wondering why I do not see much about this area posted. Don't remember seeing any suggestions about streets or schools for this community. Any reasons for this ?
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Old 02-23-2013, 09:31 AM
 
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I am wondering why I do not see much about this area posted. Don't remember seeing any suggestions about streets or schools for this community. Any reasons for this ?
It's in CPS, so there is nothing distinctive about the schools, and Sayler Park is generally regarded as sort of isolated from the city. It's not a commute that most people want to tackle. Sayler Park, in my opinion, is a little deceptive. On one hand, it looks like it could be this quiet, rivertown historic enclave. There are quite a few painted lady Victorians along shady lanes...it could be a very nice place. And yet, I talk to locals and they have quite a few problems with drugs and shady characters. I knew one couple who was so fed up with the drug deals in the house next door that they finally bought it themselves to try to run them out. Generally, though, I think the distance without any good roads in or out keep Sayler Park from being "discovered."
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Old 02-23-2013, 10:14 AM
 
Location: Mason, OH
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Heres a link which might be more informative on Sayler Park

Sayler Park – Toto, I don

The F5 tornado mentioned was in 1974. A fellow I worked with lived in Sayler Park. They heard the reports of the tornado on the radio and the family went to the basement. After the all clear they came up out of the basement to find the only thing standing was the door and stairwell to the basement. The rest of the house was gone, down to the first floor joists, and including the garage. They found their two vehicles in a pile of debris about a half mile down the street.
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