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Old 07-14-2008, 10:07 AM
 
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Default Montgomery county maryland is the best

I love montgomery county! Let me tell you why. Montgomery county is a beautiful place to raise a family and the shopping centers and malls is beautiful. The cost of living and gas prices is a major problem that drive residents away to surrounding counties in maryland or virginia. The people in the county is very friendly and very cool to spend time with. I must say, the school's in the county is very excellent. When i say excellent, i mean the diversity in the county school's and people coming from diffrent countries living in the montgomery county communites makes the county friendly. But we have a major gang problem in the county that makes the county downhill. I must say, the communties close to langley park and takoma park are heavily populated with gangs that make montgomery county downhill. Otherwise, the metro stations in the county is wonderful except wheaton with the rideon buses serves the county that saving residents gas money. Im currently living in burtonsville and its a best place to live. Other best places to live in montgomery county is germantown, poolesville, rockville, gaithersburg, olney, kensington, bethesda, damascus, clarksburg, white oak, aspen hill, chevy chase, glenmont, and burtonsville. Worst places
some parts of wheaton, silver spring, and takoma park communites thats very close to langley park
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Old 07-15-2008, 03:19 PM
 
Location: Prison!
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I love montgomery county! Let me tell you why. Montgomery county is a beautiful place to raise a family and the shopping centers and malls is beautiful. The cost of living and gas prices is a major problem that drive residents away to surrounding counties in maryland or virginia. The people in the county is very friendly and very cool to spend time with. I must say, the school's in the county is very excellent. When i say excellent, i mean the diversity in the county school's and people coming from diffrent countries living in the montgomery county communites makes the county friendly. But we have a major gang problem in the county that makes the county downhill. I must say, the communties close to langley park and takoma park are heavily populated with gangs that make montgomery county downhill. Otherwise, the metro stations in the county is wonderful except wheaton with the rideon buses serves the county that saving residents gas money. Im currently living in burtonsville and its a best place to live. Other best places to live in montgomery county is germantown, poolesville, rockville, gaithersburg, olney, kensington, bethesda, damascus, clarksburg, white oak, aspen hill, chevy chase, glenmont, and burtonsville. Worst places
some parts of wheaton, silver spring, and takoma park communites thats very close to langley park
it's nice when you can afford to live in there.. LOL unless you bought the house like 10-20years ago before the boom and also you work in DC or around the county, YES it's a DAMN nice place...

I aint cool cos I am not in MoCo!
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Old 07-17-2008, 08:15 PM
 
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While I hate to admit it (P.G. lover) you all have a great county. Now if you can solve that whole unaffordable housing issue and then your county will truly be the best in MD.
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Old 07-19-2008, 06:27 PM
 
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I was there end of june into july and I really thought that parts of it were very nice. I would indeed live there, but the problem is that I could not afford it. Even if I had a really great job, I still probabily could not afford it. Bring the housing and rent prices down quite a bit and I may think about coming. Oh and the schools really need improvement from what I was told as well.
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Old 07-15-2011, 06:05 PM
 
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Thumbs down "the school's in the county is very excellent." WTF???

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I love montgomery county! Let me tell you why. Montgomery county is a beautiful place to raise a family and the shopping centers and malls is beautiful. The cost of living and gas prices is a major problem that drive residents away to surrounding counties in maryland or virginia. The people in the county is very friendly and very cool to spend time with. I must say, the school's in the county is very excellent. When i say excellent, i mean the diversity in the county school's and people coming from diffrent countries living in the montgomery county communites makes the county friendly. But we have a major gang problem in the county that makes the county downhill. I must say, the communties close to langley park and takoma park are heavily populated with gangs that make montgomery county downhill. Otherwise, the metro stations in the county is wonderful except wheaton with the rideon buses serves the county that saving residents gas money. Im currently living in burtonsville and its a best place to live. Other best places to live in montgomery county is germantown, poolesville, rockville, gaithersburg, olney, kensington, bethesda, damascus, clarksburg, white oak, aspen hill, chevy chase, glenmont, and burtonsville. Worst places
some parts of wheaton, silver spring, and takoma park communites thats very close to langley park
I hope you weren't educated in Montgomery County, because your grammar is atrocious.
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Old 07-15-2011, 06:21 PM
 
Location: Western North Carolina
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I'm wondering if that post was meant to be a joke.
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Old 07-16-2011, 01:43 AM
 
Location: Somewhere in the Eastern Seaboard.......
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It's a decent county but I wouldn't say the best.
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Old 07-17-2011, 04:18 AM
 
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I would have to agree Moco is the best place to live..........if you are living in tins country illegally.
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Old 07-17-2011, 07:37 AM
 
Location: Fort Worth, TX
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Yeah it's an alright county. Bethesda is nice as is Silver Spring. But it's going downhill. Crime, gangs and housing prices. If you want to escape that, well, you gotta go farther up the county which means an awful commute.
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Old 07-17-2011, 10:11 PM
 
Location: PG Co
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Patuxent, I have to disagree! Montgomery County isn't that great. It's overpriced, overpopulated, the school system only pay attention to honors students. I actually prefer living in PG/moved here in 2001 from Wheaton, and I never looked back!
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