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Old 08-23-2008, 11:28 AM
 
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No disrespect but Thousand Oaks is not in Los Angeles Co but rather Ventura Co [Conejo Valley]. Woodland Hills is not in the city of LA but in the western-most San Fernando Valley. Areas north like Chatsworth\ Granada Hills over to San Fernando would be north metro LA but only San Fernando is actually in the city of Los Angeles.

To find north look toward Mt Wilson [above Pasadena]. The coastline from Port Hueneme/ Point Mugu turns east & like Santa Barbara, the landmass faces south until Santa Monica [and again from Rancho Palos Verdes to Long Beach.
i'm afraid you have that backward: san fernando is not part of the city of LA, but woodland hills, chatsworth and granada hills are. most of the san fernando valley is within the los angeles CITY limits.
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Old 08-23-2008, 12:59 PM
 
Location: los angeles
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i'm afraid you have that backward: san fernando is not part of the city of LA, but woodland hills, chatsworth and granada hills are. most of the san fernando valley is within the los angeles CITY limits.
My mistake [thanks for the correction

Here's a city map of Los Angeles:

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Old 08-24-2008, 11:44 AM
 
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i seem to recall that you said previously that you thought your sister was going to be working in orange county, which is south of LA, not north. is there some reason you can't pin her down on a location? if she is relocating for her current employer, she must know where in the LA area their facilities are based.

Oh my god you guys are so serious I just ask a question it not that serious it's not rocket science why everything someone post on this site it's almost always start a argument/disagreement. Like I said before she doesn't know yet and your guys are right i have no idea where northern LA come from but that's where she was told it will be North of LA I guess in the county but anyway thanks for your help.

P.S. When did I say my sister will be working in Orange County where/who/why have no idea what you are talking about. She hasn't gotten her official orders(not military) to LA so No I can't PINPOINT!!!!
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Old 08-24-2008, 01:33 PM
 
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Oh my god you guys are so serious I just ask a question it not that serious it's not rocket science why everything someone post on this site it's almost always start a argument/disagreement. Like I said before she doesn't know yet and your guys are right i have no idea where northern LA come from but that's where she was told it will be North of LA I guess in the county but anyway thanks for your help.

P.S. When did I say my sister will be working in Orange County where/who/why have no idea what you are talking about. She hasn't gotten her official orders(not military) to LA so No I can't PINPOINT!!!!

you said in the linked thread that you thought it might be OC:

Family moving to LA please help!!!

what makes you think i'm arguing with you? i recalled that you once mentioned OC and then you asked about northern LA. LA is a VERY large city. if you drove straight through LA on the freeway from its northern boundary in the san fernando valley to the orange county line, you would travel more than 50 miles. that's why it's important to be specific about where one will be working when searching for housing, and vice versa...unless, of course, you want your sister to have useless information or a nasty commute.
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Old 08-24-2008, 01:44 PM
 
Location: Hot Springs, AR
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Oh my god you guys are so serious I just ask a question it not that serious it's not rocket science why everything someone post on this site it's almost always start a argument/disagreement.
If you feel this way about it, why are you posting here?
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Old 08-25-2008, 12:08 PM
 
Location: CITY OF ANGELS AND CONSTANT DANGER
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no offense, but thats why i dislike when posters reference other posts or threads. lets just stick to what is on this thread. it makes it less complicated.

as for the OP's latest post...

i got no type of tension or negative vibe from this thread. this was actaully pretty peaceful. the OP asked a question and different people gave their opinions. thats all it is.

i think the OP read it the wrong way. most of us who posted here were tryin to help and offer our perspective.

no need for the claws to come out folks.

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you said in the linked thread that you thought it might be OC:

Family moving to LA please help!!!

what makes you think i'm arguing with you? i recalled that you once mentioned OC and then you asked about northern LA. LA is a VERY large city. if you drove straight through LA on the freeway from its northern boundary in the san fernando valley to the orange county line, you would travel more than 50 miles. that's why it's important to be specific about where one will be working when searching for housing, and vice versa...unless, of course, you want your sister to have useless information or a nasty commute.

good post by the way K
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Old 08-26-2008, 08:48 AM
 
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If you feel this way about it, why are you posting here?
Because sometimes I do get good information and I will continue to post when needed Thank you very much. Like I said before thank you guys for your help I guess I thought (my mistake) this would be another Cat Fight Post and I'm not in to going back and fourth I just wanted information. I guess when I get more information I will come back until then thanks again.
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