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Old 05-05-2010, 02:21 PM
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
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Ottombeale obviously hates snow. Our winters are cold and can be snowy but people drive much farther then your daughter will be driving every day and we don't get "snow days" and I assure you Tri-C will on the very worst days.

I would suggest Parma, Independence or Valley View. I would live in any of those and would be happy if my daughter did, too.
Parma to Beachwood really is not that far. Independence is even closer.
Doing a quick Google Maps driving directions and only entering the city name only it is 22 Minutes from Parma to Beachwood. When you only enter just a city it starts at about the center and ends at the center of each city.
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Old 05-05-2010, 09:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Kerryann69 View Post
Would LOVE to find all that... just still not sure what area/s I should be looking into. I've gotten several responses but can't really tell from the posts whether they fall into those categories. Seems most of the posts are pushing one direction or the other. Would LOVE for her to live in parma right outside the West campus, but her athletics cause her to have to be at the East campus.

Would love to hear a couple areas that fit to my original question and that the responder wouldn't hesitate to move there themselves.
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Old 09-10-2010, 08:55 AM
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I have lived in Garfield Heights, 2 blocks from Marymount Hospital for over 3 years now in a 1/2 a duplex and have had no problems. I live in a nice residential neighborhood, the neighbors are great, it's very diverse with elderly, families, white and black, gay and straight. Everyone looks out for each other, and all take care of their properties.
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