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Old 08-12-2012, 10:35 AM
 
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I have a couple of questions about Berlin and Milan; In Berlin where would be a good part to live in? From what I can see and read Berlin looks to be a good town and the houses there seem to be ok. (I've seen worse) Also, where does Berlin get their water, I have read a few things that indicate the water in the river isn't safe, so I didn't know if the river is the water source or if people bought bottled water.

Can anyone tell me about Milan, about how far it is from Berlin and any general information would be appreciated. How is hwy 16 during the winter? Do they keep it pretty clear? We have a diesel pickup, with it getting really cold does anyone have trouble getting them started?

How is the job market for something clerical? But really I can do most anything, just show me and I'll do it.

What cell phone company works best there?

Well I think that is it for now, I am sure I'll have more as people answer these questions. Thanks for your help!

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Old 08-14-2012, 12:17 PM
 
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Milan is very small. The general consensus I got from asking around is that most roads in the Berlin area are well cared for in the winter. I was in the area for the past week visiting (moving to the area in October) and I have Verizon. The reception was pretty good in most areas though of course the farther out of town I got the spottier it went.
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Old 08-15-2012, 05:36 AM
 
Location: Central, NH
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If you are going to live in either place, you will have to fit in. Therefore, I offer you the local pronunciation.

Bur-lynn and My-lynn.

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