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Old 09-11-2019, 10:31 PM
 
Location: Midwesting it for now...
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Originally Posted by Citykid3785 View Post
Not knowing that portion of Cedar Rapids, below are some of the more blue collar areas of the Twin Cities with decent schools that I will still endorse.

Richfield
S. St. Paul
Oakdale
W. St. Paul
Cottage Grove
Parts of Bloomington
Roseville
Crystal
New Hope
Elko/New Market

Certainly there are many more, I just listed the ones I'm most familiar with.
@Citykid3785: Thank you for the list, and you articulated my question way better than I did! "Blue collar neighborhoods wth decent schools." Many of those you lasted have been recommended to me and several are not far from work. I will likely check out W. St Paul, S. St. Paul, Roseville and Cottage Grove.
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Old 09-11-2019, 10:32 PM
 
Location: Midwesting it for now...
22 posts, read 13,513 times
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Originally Posted by Citykid3785 View Post
Not knowing that portion of Cedar Rapids, below are some of the more blue collar areas of the Twin Cities with decent schools that I will still endorse.

Richfield
S. St. Paul
Oakdale
W. St. Paul
Cottage Grove
Parts of Bloomington
Roseville
Crystal
New Hope
Elko/New Market

Certainly there are many more, I just listed the ones I'm most familiar with.
@Citykid3785: Thank you for the list, and you articulated my question way better than I did! "Blue collar neighborhoods with decent schools." Many of those you lasted have been recommended to me and several are not far from work. I will likely check out W. St Paul, S. St. Paul, Roseville and Cottage Grove.
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Old 09-11-2019, 10:38 PM
 
Location: Midwesting it for now...
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I would recommend Hastings.
@TimtheGuy; Yes, Hastings has been recommended many times. Thank you!
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