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Old 09-25-2010, 07:13 PM
 
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Centerburg and the rest of Knox County is located right on the edge of theold glacier region. The northeast area is very hilly and wooded whie the southwestern area is like the start of the Great Plains region and is relatively flat. Centerburg itself is a lovely town and has a lot of beautiful homes and an excellent school system. They received an excellent rating by the Ohio Dept of Education. The residents are very civic minded and always working to make it a better place to live. In fact the whole area there is like that, both Knox County, Licking County and Richland County. Highly recommend anyone to move there. I am sure that if you like nice people, civic minded towns and well kept homes that would be a good place for you.
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Old 01-15-2011, 05:47 PM
 
Location: MIO (OF COURSE) DUH....
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Default Small Town living (MIO, MI )

Mio, MI is the best town to live in.

1. Amish Settlement
2. Great shopping (Family Dollar)
3. Campgrounds.
4. Mostly State and Federal owned land.
5. River. ( Ausable)
6. One Stoplight.
7. Pop. Apx 5000
8. Primary vehicle. (snowmobile)
9. Hunting and fishing year around. (this may include possible poaching.)
10. Favorite Hobby. (Polar Bear dip.)

Far better than anything I've seen in Ohio.
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Old 01-16-2011, 03:46 PM
 
Location: Cleveland Suburbs
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Originally Posted by frozenmale View Post
Mio, MI is the best town to live in.

1. Amish Settlement
2. Great shopping (Family Dollar)
3. Campgrounds.
4. Mostly State and Federal owned land.
5. River. ( Ausable)
6. One Stoplight.
7. Pop. Apx 5000
8. Primary vehicle. (snowmobile)
9. Hunting and fishing year around. (this may include possible poaching.)
10. Favorite Hobby. (Polar Bear dip.)

Far better than anything I've seen in Ohio.
Wait... great shopping.. Family Dollar?! LMAO
snowmobile will get you far...
Poaching sounds so nice.

Yes. Move to Michigan with their terrible infrastructure and roads, dead, decaying cities, and one of the worst (if not the worst) economy in the nation. Continue living the dream up there in Michigan.

If you were joking to make this town sound worse, you made your point.

Stop trolling telling lies of how great Michigan is. Go back to Michigan and enjoy Detroit. Don't get shot in Flint, and don't drive your car on their roads.
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