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Old 11-14-2016, 10:13 PM
 
Location: Lebanon, OH
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Maineville, Morrow, South Lebanon, Lebanon & Liberty Townships

How are they different? How are Lakota Schools, Little Miami, Mason, and Lebanon City Schools?

Which one would you live in and why?
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Old 11-16-2016, 06:14 AM
 
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Lebanon is the county seat of warren county.

For that reason it's a bit more "town-ish" than Maineville or Morrow or South Lebanon.

Liberty Township *used* to be a more rural collective between WestChester and Monroe, but has grown a lot in the last many years with a lot of businesses on CinDay at the Butler Regional and now with the addition of Liberty Center and other business at Liberty Way - it's growing quite a bit.

I live in Lebanon, but don't have children - The school ratings are good. I have no idea what the experience of a student in the schools is like.

S. Lebanon is really just a collection of housing developments around the lowes/target center. Apparently at one time it was a very sketchy area, but now that's died down (I assume).

Maineville is similar - but further South on 48. Not sketchy, but most of the businesses seem to be the strip malls along 48.

Morrow is TINY. TINY TINY. No real business (a nice ice cream shop, a hardware) center. Also a bit in the boonies - which if you're lookig for rural, could be a plus.

there are still a few of us on this forum (occasionally) from the more northern areas, so I'm sure some others will be along to comment eventually...
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Old 11-17-2016, 05:10 AM
 
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Maineville, Morrow, South Lebanon, Lebanon & Liberty Townships

How are they different? How are Lakota Schools, Little Miami, Mason, and Lebanon City Schools?

Which one would you live in and why?
It seems that you have asked this question all over the US: California, Texas, Michigan, etc. Is there a point?
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Old 11-17-2016, 07:32 PM
 
Location: Lebanon, OH
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It seems that you have asked this question all over the US: California, Texas, Michigan, etc. Is there a point?
Yes, there is a reason for my asking. Thank you for the concern.
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Old 11-17-2016, 07:42 PM
 
Location: Lebanon, OH
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Lebanon is the county seat of warren county.

For that reason it's a bit more "town-ish" than Maineville or Morrow or South Lebanon.

Liberty Township *used* to be a more rural collective between WestChester and Monroe, but has grown a lot in the last many years with a lot of businesses on CinDay at the Butler Regional and now with the addition of Liberty Center and other business at Liberty Way - it's growing quite a bit.

I live in Lebanon, but don't have children - The school ratings are good. I have no idea what the experience of a student in the schools is like.

S. Lebanon is really just a collection of housing developments around the lowes/target center. Apparently at one time it was a very sketchy area, but now that's died down (I assume).

Maineville is similar - but further South on 48. Not sketchy, but most of the businesses seem to be the strip malls along 48.

Morrow is TINY. TINY TINY. No real business (a nice ice cream shop, a hardware) center. Also a bit in the boonies - which if you're lookig for rural, could be a plus.

there are still a few of us on this forum (occasionally) from the more northern areas, so I'm sure some others will be along to comment eventually...

Thank you for the insight and information.
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Old 11-18-2016, 11:49 AM
 
Location: New Mexico via Ohio via Indiana
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What has happened in the last 20 years to Liberty Twp is almost heartbreaking, unless you're a big fan of development.
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Old 11-19-2016, 12:58 PM
 
Location: Lebanon, OH
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What has happened in the last 20 years to Liberty Twp is almost heartbreaking, unless you're a big fan of development.


From my research it sounds like that area developed.
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Old 11-21-2016, 07:55 AM
 
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What has happened in the last 20 years to Liberty Twp is almost heartbreaking, unless you're a big fan of development.
I wasn't in this area 20 years ago, but assume that as the economy continues to grow, the rural areas along 75 in the Dayton / Cincinnati corridor will continue to develop.
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Old 12-25-2016, 04:39 PM
 
Location: Lebanon, OH
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Lebanon is the county seat of warren county.

For that reason it's a bit more "town-ish" than Maineville or Morrow or South Lebanon.

Liberty Township *used* to be a more rural collective between WestChester and Monroe, but has grown a lot in the last many years with a lot of businesses on CinDay at the Butler Regional and now with the addition of Liberty Center and other business at Liberty Way - it's growing quite a bit.

I live in Lebanon, but don't have children - The school ratings are good. I have no idea what the experience of a student in the schools is like.

S. Lebanon is really just a collection of housing developments around the lowes/target center. Apparently at one time it was a very sketchy area, but now that's died down (I assume).

Maineville is similar - but further South on 48. Not sketchy, but most of the businesses seem to be the strip malls along 48.

Morrow is TINY. TINY TINY. No real business (a nice ice cream shop, a hardware) center. Also a bit in the boonies - which if you're lookig for rural, could be a plus.

there are still a few of us on this forum (occasionally) from the more northern areas, so I'm sure some others will be along to comment eventually...


Okay, so we are leaning heavily towards Lebanon. Extended family is in c-bus work will be split between Fayton & Concinatti.

So what is the good bad an ugly about Lebanon?
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Old 12-26-2016, 05:09 AM
 
Location: Cincinnati (Norwood)
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Extended family is in c-bus work will be split between Fayton & Concinatti.
Please provide directions to the two cities cited above.
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