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Old 10-13-2009, 11:58 AM
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My name is Corey, my wife's is Allison. I just got a job offer in Gillette, WY with Wells Fargo.
I will be starting on the 26th of October and then try to get settled in.
I don't know if you know of any cheap places to rent out there but we are open to anything you know of.
We would love to be friends. I am turning 27 in November and my wife is 22. We also like movies, video games and other things.
[email]allison.merrill.2007@gmail.com[/email] is her email address if you would like to email back and forth.

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Old 10-13-2009, 12:29 PM
Location: Windsor,CO
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Hello! welcome to the neighborhood! Hope you guys are ready for living in the middle of nowhere! Where are you guys moving from? Depending on what you consider cheap, the apartments we live in are called mountain view its off of 14/16 on foothills dr. we have a 2/1 and its $1060 a month but we have a roommate, so the costs are split. I know that there are a lot of apartments open here and there do have 1 bedrooms! You should check it out! let me know what happens! I would love for us all to get together for a movie or bowling sometime! ttyl!! Good Luck!

Jessica & TJ
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Old 10-13-2009, 12:36 PM
Location: Wyoming
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Congratulations and welcome to Gillette, Corey. I just read in Sunday's newspaper that the vacancy rate in Gillette is now over 6%. I don't think it's been that high since maybe 20 years ago. (Until about a year ago, vacancy rates had been under 1% for several years!) You shouldn't have a problem finding an apartment, if that's what you want. Cheap might be something else.
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