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Old 02-11-2009, 05:07 PM
 
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Ft. Mitchell is a very good quality place to live. Depending on your income level, this place is full of history and conveniences. Good schools.
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Old 02-11-2009, 06:24 PM
 
Location: Southern Boone County, Kentucky
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so where in northern kentucky is a good place to live, safe neighborhoods, nice fairly new homes, plenty of shopping (malls, costco/sams club, entertainment) I'm looking for an area that is suburb, but not too far from the riverboat casinos (belterra,grandvictoria,argosy) any info would be great. thanks
I just would like to welcome you and am glad to hear you may calling Northern Kentucky home!

Based on what you put you are looking for, I would say that you should check out Florence, KY in Boone County. It has or is close to just about everything that you just mentioned.
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Old 03-01-2009, 05:02 PM
 
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There is no good place in Northern Kentucky.

It is full of impovershed, out of work low lifes. They raise their kids to do the same in some neighborhoods.

A person can't go out to eat for a nice evening without some trash sitting nearby. They have no pride not even themselves nor their cars they drive.

Boone County is what I am talking about. What a dump.
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Old 03-01-2009, 06:14 PM
 
Location: Kentucky
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There is no good place in Northern Kentucky.

It is full of impovershed, out of work low lifes. They raise their kids to do the same in some neighborhoods.

A person can't go out to eat for a nice evening without some trash sitting nearby. They have no pride not even themselves nor their cars they drive.

Boone County is what I am talking about. What a dump.
A dump huh?? A dump that's one of the fastest growing counties in the state. Hmmm, someone has some issues I'm thinking.
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Old 03-01-2009, 08:38 PM
 
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There is no good place in Northern Kentucky.

It is full of impovershed, out of work low lifes. They raise their kids to do the same in some neighborhoods.

A person can't go out to eat for a nice evening without some trash sitting nearby. They have no pride not even themselves nor their cars they drive.

Boone County is what I am talking about. What a dump.
This is laughable. Boone County and Northern Kentucky is about as far from that as can be. You sound like a wicked person. Calling people trash...maybe it takes one to know one. Would you like some sweet tea?
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Old 03-02-2009, 09:56 AM
 
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I guess it is the class of people.

I know what you all think, but it seems the class of people moving in these nice places is typical of the American moral decay.

Try living in Indian Hill, where it is nice a private and not junk piled in yards, eating places all over the place and traffic jams.

It takes a firestorm to get people to post.

Not all the people are trash in Boone County, but it is embarrassing to go anywhere and people do trash talk Boone County.

I don't know where you posters are coming from, but the county has changed, but crime is now rising. Shoplifting was unheard of so much until the past few years, stealing license plates, yards are full of trash left blowing out of garbage cans, teens out all night and vandalism.

You don't know who is posting this. The houses are looking like boxes and a dime a dozen. Get off my back.

I posted some facts, and sure there are some beautiful areas, but that overall Kentucky slum won't go away.
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Old 03-02-2009, 09:57 AM
 
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I have had my sweet tea dear
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Old 03-02-2009, 10:04 AM
 
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Maybe both of the people posting above are part of the Boone County problems.
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Old 03-02-2009, 10:17 AM
 
Location: Pendleton County, KY
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I guess it is the class of people.

I know what you all think, but it seems the class of people moving in these nice places is typical of the American moral decay.

Try living in Indian Hill, where it is nice a private and not junk piled in yards, eating places all over the place and traffic jams.
LOL - Indian Hill. Very telling that you would pick the most affluent suburb in the entire Cincinnati metro area. I guess anybody who can't afford a multi-million dollar home is trash in your book.

I can't wait to see you dump on Blue Ash, Montgomery, West Chester, or any of Cincinnati's other suburbs, which the average person would find virtually indistinguishable from Florence and the other developed areas of Boone county.
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Old 03-02-2009, 10:54 AM
 
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I feel like I am posting to some naive people. So think and live where you want I guess.

I guess you would like to eat at a restaraunt where someone sits next to you and passes gas and belch. That was what I was talking about.

SOME, people in Boone Co. have no pride, but back off of me and do your own house hunting.

I really could not care any less.
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