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Old 04-18-2012, 06:35 PM
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My family and I have finally decided to ditch the desert and relocate to Indiana. I am a nurse and I have to convert my license before I can look for a job. So I am going up there with out anything lined up but my husband does bring in about 3K monthly by himself. We are looking for the best place to live for our family of five with one special needs child. We want a school that will be good to him, a place that is safe because I love being outdoors and enjoy running. As a nurse I need to be near clinics, hospitals, home health agencies or dialysis centers. We are looking for a home to rent or apartments that are nice and pet friendly, but that wont break the bank while looking for a home. All the help we can get would be greatly appreciated. I already turned in my two weeks notice and I will be on my way in less than a month!!!! See you all on the flip side.
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Old 04-19-2012, 05:15 AM
Location: Turn Left at Greenland
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I grew up in the area. Not sure what kind of special needs accommodations you might need. My sister went through the Warsaw School system and it was a wonderful place for her to go to school ... one of her classmates and buddies was Rick Fox too!
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Old 04-19-2012, 11:04 AM
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Ok then in general. Good and bad parts of town. Better schooling in general? My sister in law lives North of the river and a bit west. I am considering williamsburg on the lake apartments/ north lake apartments but am open to suggestions. We do need it to be short term as we have never been up there and need the ability to move fairly quickly if we decide we need to relocate.
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