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cleoT

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  1. Jelleigh
    10-08-2012 01:28 PM - permalink
    Jelleigh
    Hi-I hope you don't mind me emailing you directly. I read your post in response to my request for information about the area. I tried to do a search to read what others may have already had answered. There were people who have posted things about the west side maybe being more conservative, not as welcoming, more reserved; whereas places like Newburgh may be more open and welcoming, more diverse, more of a melting pot area. Do you have any thoughts about that? I have this fear of moving to an area where the community is so well established that we can't fit in, aren't welcomed, seen as outsiders and held at bay. This happened where we are living now. We have a couple nice neighbors but the community my kids are in we can't really establish with the people that are from this area, grew up here or have extended family here.
    How easy do you think it is to blend in the area in general?
    Are you from there?
    Thanks for any thoughts!

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