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Old 07-27-2009, 03:47 AM
 
Location: Closer than you think!
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It goes

1) Atlanta
2) Savannah
3) Augusta
4) Columbus
5) Macon
6) Athens
7) Albany
8) Valdosta
9) Rome
10) Dalton

Most developed metros to least from my experiences.....
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Old 07-27-2009, 08:35 AM
 
Location: Nashville,Tn
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Originally Posted by Georgia_Peach_95 View Post
Valdosta is nothing! Columbus is WAY more civilized than VALDOSTA! Seriously dude, c'mon!!!!
Rofl...
Columbus is pretty much a dead issue for growth and has been for years.
All talk and VERY little action.
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Old 07-27-2009, 10:13 AM
 
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It goes

1) Atlanta
2) Savannah
3) Augusta
4) Columbus
5) Macon
6) Athens
7) Albany
8) Valdosta
9) Rome
10) Dalton

Most developed metros to least from my experiences.....


Actually this is the Correct List
1) Atlanta
2) Augusta
3) Macon/Warner Robins
4) Savannah
5) Columbus
6) Albany
7) Valdosta
8) Athens
9) Rome
10) Dalton
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Old 07-27-2009, 10:15 AM
 
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ACTUALLY, it's this:
1.Atlanta(Duh!!!!)
2.Augusta
3.Columbus
4.Athens
5.Macon
6.Albany
7.Valdosta
9.Rome
10.Dalton
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Old 07-27-2009, 10:22 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Georgia_Peach_95 View Post
ACTUALLY, it's this:
1.Atlanta(Duh!!!!)
2.Augusta
3.Columbus
4.Athens
5.Macon
6.Albany
7.Valdosta
9.Rome
10.Dalton
Dream on Before Columbus can even think about moving to #2 it has to get adequate interstates access and at least get a Mall that support it city/county pop of 189,000 AKA "200K"....Instead one that support a city of 60,000. which was about Columbus pop before the consolidation in 1971.
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Old 07-27-2009, 10:41 AM
 
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OBVIOUSLY, you haven't lived in Columbus!!!! I haved lived in Macon and Columbus, and just like a WHOLE bunch of other people, would say columbus feels bigger, BETTER, and more like a CITY, than Macon. The only thing Macon will ever be is an underpopulated, small, and MEDIOCRE TOWN!!!!
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Old 07-27-2009, 11:03 AM
 
Location: Nashville,Tn
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OBVIOUSLY, you haven't lived in Columbus!!!! I haved lived in Macon and Columbus, and just like a WHOLE bunch of other people, would say columbus feels bigger, BETTER, and more like a CITY, than Macon. The only thing Macon will ever be is an underpopulated, small, and MEDIOCRE TOWN!!!!
Columbus is just another old worn out mill town and always will be....
The amount of poverty,crime etc is terrible.
There is nothing you can build or do to change what this city has become.
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Old 07-27-2009, 11:06 AM
 
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Who do YOU think is ahead out of all the second tier cities, big guy!!!!
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Old 07-27-2009, 11:17 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Georgia_Peach_95 View Post
OBVIOUSLY, you haven't lived in Columbus!!!! I haved lived in Macon and Columbus, and just like a WHOLE bunch of other people, would say columbus feels bigger, BETTER, and more like a CITY, than Macon. The only thing Macon will ever be is an underpopulated, small, and MEDIOCRE TOWN!!!!
City Qualities
Direct access to Major Interstates
Shopping & Dining
Infrastructure of a city not a Suburb
Density
Proposed Mid-size to large city Projects
etc.


Columbus has none of the above
NO Direct access to Major Interstates
MEDIOCRE Shopping & Dining (Ex. Peachtree Mall & columbus doesn't even have a Kroger )
A Government fantasy of Brac expansion
No big Project under construction or proposed that stand out
No Metro Density or Mid size city feel.....



But as for Macon it has all of the above and If you want i can post all the projects current, under construction, proposed and renderings that will have you jaws tried of reading..... Can you do the same for Columbus?
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Old 07-27-2009, 12:24 PM
 
Location: Atlanta
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Originally Posted by yerocal View Post
City Qualities
Direct access to Major Interstates
Shopping & Dining
Infrastructure of a city not a Suburb
Density
Proposed Mid-size to large city Projects
etc.


Columbus has none of the above
NO Direct access to Major Interstates
MEDIOCRE Shopping & Dining (Ex. Peachtree Mall & columbus doesn't even have a Kroger )
A Government fantasy of Brac expansion
No big Project under construction or proposed that stand out
No Metro Density or Mid size city feel.....



But as for Macon it has all of the above and If you want i can post all the projects current, under construction, proposed and renderings that will have you jaws tried of reading..... Can you do the same for Columbus?
This is just laughable..........
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