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Old 10-04-2008, 09:49 AM
 
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Hey everyone, I'm new! I luckily stumbled upon this forum the other day ago. I'm moving with my mother who is older and she had wanted to move to Ft. Myers orignally. But then I told her about the majority of threads on here advising against ft. Myers.

She still wants to stay on the Gulf Coast side though. I know nothing about FL. Any nice/afforadable, etc places to live?

About me. I'm 25 and will be going back to college in Fall 09 to get my masters in Social Work. I need to live somewhere where there is a good college also that offers this a graduate program. I'm not saying ne1 has to go research colleges for me. But if anyone knows of anywhere on the GC that has a decent Univ. that would be great.

Or if you think the Gulf side is a bad idea all-around pleeeeaasee feel free to tell me. I don't want to be stuck in a town with criminals and old folks at 25. And even though my mom is a bit older, only 62, she is still very young at heart and loves diversity and cultural things. Thank you guys soo much!
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Old 10-04-2008, 11:25 AM
 
Location: Venice Florida
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I've lived on the gulf coast for 15 years. Started in Naples, then Punta Gorda, and now Venice. I was never attracted to FT Myers, although there are a number of very attractive areas.

I'd suggest looking at Sarasota and St Pete. - You could look at USF to see if it would meet your needs.
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Old 01-03-2009, 04:41 PM
 
Location: Orlando, FL
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I love the Sarasota area. It's beautiful!

I have my MSW. Good luck to you!!!
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