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Old 12-04-2009, 01:16 PM
 
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Well maybe you can request that none of your city, state or federal taxes should be squandered on EPH
I'd rather EPH have it than GM. Heck, I'd rather have you get the $$ than GM.
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Old 12-14-2009, 07:35 PM
 
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I am encouraged by your statement that you are only "thinking about" buying a house in East Price Hill as opposed to your saying that you already bought a house there. Haven't we explored this topic enough that a search of the forum would yield endless testimonials to the effect that East Price Hill is neither safe nor charming? Its an ugly, dirty, dangerous place with high crime,and low income. Perhaps the worst neighborhood in Cincinnati. Name a worse one. I can't think what it might be.

The East Price Hill Improvement Association is enormously successful because there is so much to improve in EPH. Look, if I lived there I'd probably be real active too, trying to improve my miserable neighborhood. But, why make a plan that includes EPH? You want a roommate in EPH? Ask yourself, why would anyone choose to live there?
I honestly don't get your hostility? You rehabbed in OTR but find such disdain in East Price Hill? Generally speaking crime in EPH is down (check the stats) and if you venture more than one block north or south of Warsaw and Glenway you'll find beautiful homes, well-maintained yards and beautiful scenery. I find comments such as yours very troubling and seriously question your motives in writing them: they seem uninformed, prejudicial and designed to steer people into areas from which you might personally benefit. That type of cannibalism is most unwelcome. So much hostility- it's very unfortunate.
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Old 12-14-2009, 07:56 PM
 
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I honestly don't get your hostility? You rehabbed in OTR but find such disdain in East Price Hill? Generally speaking crime in EPH is down (check the stats) and if you venture more than one block north or south of Warsaw and Glenway you'll find beautiful homes, well-maintained yards and beautiful scenery. I find comments such as yours very troubling and seriously question your motives in writing them: they seem uninformed, prejudicial and designed to steer people into areas from which you might personally benefit. That type of cannibalism is most unwelcome. So much hostility- it's very unfortunate.
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Ok, Ok. Don't let it ever be said that I won't admit it when I'm wrong. EPH is a better neighborhood than Avondale. I hope it goes great and you get all the public improvements you want. If we have to squander tax money, it might as well be in EPH.
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