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Old 10-29-2010, 10:12 AM
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I have lived in County Green for 3 years now and I have had no problems at all. There can be alot of kids playing in the streets at times but I have never had a problem with any them. In fact, I have spoke with alot of the kids and they are respectful.

I do not understand why people think the neighborhood is junky. I have not seen any junky homes even in the back of neighborhood.
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Old 05-08-2012, 10:35 AM
 
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I've lived here for 6 years and my honest opinion is this. Some people are good responsible home owners and some are not. I bought my Town House brand new and we keep our home and landscaping nice. There are many upper middle class types with good jobs that follow the same suit but you have more then a few that don't care, have junky oil leaking cars, inconsiderate, BAAAD kids and some other issues that require frequent Law Enforcement involvement. Over all it really depends on what street you live on an your immediate neighbors if moving here would be good for you. I'm lucky to be on Dunlap Drive but on Eldon it has been a nightmare for years. The HOA tries but its only so much they can do. We will be moving as soon as the housing market picks up!
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