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Old 09-14-2009, 08:25 PM
Location: South Side
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I agree, LV is not a bad choice at all. And the schools really are good. LV Elem is a good school, I student taught there very briefly and enjoyed it very much. I think that the MS is Pat M Neff which my brothers went to and didnt have any issues, but some people might be concerned since its on the other side of the highways and feeds into Holmes HS. HS is Marshall which I always thought was supposed to be a pretty good school although it is on the older side.
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Old 09-14-2009, 08:27 PM
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The cops in Leon Valley are tough on giving traffic tickets, but their response time is very good if you need them in an emergency. I'd move to Leon Valley in a heart beat if I found the perfect home. The yards are bigger then the newer subdivisions and the trees are bigger. Try to stay as far north of 410 as you can and still be in Leon Valley. The schools are better at that end.
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Old 09-14-2009, 09:24 PM
Location: ATX
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Originally Posted by Lol_Stacey View Post
My main concerns are the population density, which plays itself out in traffic congestion, especially just driving down the street (De Ze Vala, Huebner, etc....seems to take so much longer). I am thinking the closer I can be to the highway and still be in a good neighborhood is probably best.
From where I am it takes about 10 minutes in school traffic (which seems to be the heaviest I ever see) to get to the highway at 8:15 in the morning. I'm at about the 3/4 mark for your commute at it takes me 20 minutes to get to work. I'm in 78249. I'll DM you with some rental listings that may be good for you.
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