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Old 10-13-2007, 11:36 PM
 
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Hello folks:

I came across some homes in Hunterdon county, specifically Lebanon and Glen Gardner (GG). Can some one provide some information about these towns? GG is very small town but uses Labanon school system (voorhees HS). I'm not sure how the commute will be traveling to morristown. We currenlty live in Jersey City and wife also works in JC but she'll have to quit and find one near by....please advise in general about these town, the family life, hospitals, police dept..etc. Also, are these two towns( or boroughs) are blue collars towns? We are asian indian and was also concerened if we would 'fit' in ok there.........are there other asians population there? Thanks in advance.
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Old 10-14-2007, 08:19 AM
 
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Hello folks:

I came across some homes in Hunterdon county, specifically Lebanon and Glen Gardner (GG). Can some one provide some information about these towns? GG is very small town but uses Labanon school system (voorhees HS). I'm not sure how the commute will be traveling to morristown. We currenlty live in Jersey City and wife also works in JC but she'll have to quit and find one near by....please advise in general about these town, the family life, hospitals, police dept..etc. Also, are these two towns( or boroughs) are blue collars towns? We are asian indian and was also concerened if we would 'fit' in ok there.........are there other asians population there? Thanks in advance.
Lebanon Township and the town of Glen Gardner are both nice areas which use the North Hunterdon/Voorhees School District. The commute to Morristown from these areas could be done using the I78 to I287 route, or County Route 513 through High Bridge, Califon, Long Valley, Chester and pick up State Route 24 through Mendham and finally Morristown. I really enjoyed that ride through the country. Good quality of life, good school system. You may want to check out Readington Township. I grew up in the Whitehouse Station section and loved it there. Great schools (Readington Twp./Hunterdon Central Regional HS) and an easy ride to Morristown. My brother commuted for years to an AT&T facility on Mount Kemble Ave. (Rt. 202). I also believe there are more Asians/Indians living in Readington than Glen Gardner or Lebanon Twp. You could Google the cenus data on these towns to confirm. Best of luck to you.
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Old 10-14-2007, 09:34 AM
 
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Thanks a bunch...we'll definitelywill check out readington.
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