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Old 12-30-2015, 12:33 PM
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Thank you Greg!
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Old 12-30-2015, 01:29 PM
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Originally Posted by texan8801 View Post
Thank you Greg!

You're welcome, If you need any other info, please don't hesitate to ask
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Old 01-24-2016, 04:57 PM
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If you've been in Texas all your life, something to consider is that you'll be paying Kentucky income tax if you go north. That can add up. I grew up in the southern Indiana burbs and came to San Antonio and pretty well stayed here in the area since 1979. Was in Louisville late last year and the only thing I saw that I missed was White Castle. Love me some White Castle.
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Old 02-02-2016, 07:21 AM
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Default I hate Houston

Texan 8801- I relocated to Houston (western suburbs in Katy) over 3 years ago. I can not wait to move out of the Houston area. I HATE it! The HOT & HUMID summers are brutal, but what bothers me more is the CRIME. (yes, even the suburbs are bad) Honestly, this is the most crime ridden area I've ever lived in. The drivers here are insane as well! I could not agree with you more. With that being said, I have never lived in Louisville. I am on this board because we may relocate there too! (still interviewing for job) If we end up relocating there, we are Oldham County bound. Cost of living is fantastic! The only negative I can find is that there is state income tax. Honestly, I am ok with it because I feel it will be a safer place to live & very family friendly. Just my opinion from what I have researched online. With that being said, I prefer smaller cities over larger cities as well. I also prefer 4 seasons as I am originally from the northeast. I have my fingers & toes crossed that I can get out of Houston & relocate to Louisville. If you end up moving there, please post your thoughts. I will too. Best of luck to you!
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Old 02-04-2016, 10:01 AM
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Louisville is a good large city, lots of opportunities for work. Traffic can be bad here, but nothing compares to Houston traffic. I couldnt drive anywhere in Houston without fear of being hit! Im originally from Corpus but have family in Houston area. Seems like we have alot in common texan. Im going to send you a PM.
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