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Old 09-21-2009, 09:52 AM
 
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SFV cannot touch SCV for safety and school quality. NoHo? Not even close. There are a number of employers in SCV; I would encourage the OP to start there.

I religiously track the weather differences between SFV and Valencia; the difference ranges from 3-5 degrees, with Valencia cooling off earlier in the evening than SFV. In a number of cases, SCV is cooler than parts of the valley, particularly the west end of SFV.
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Old 09-21-2009, 02:02 PM
 
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I religiously track the weather differences between SFV and Valencia; the difference ranges from 3-5 degrees, with Valencia cooling off earlier in the evening than SFV. In a number of cases, SCV is cooler than parts of the valley, particularly the west end of SFV.[/quote]

Couldn't agree more. I work in Van Nuys and have recently moved to SCV. The temps are about the same +/- 1-4 degrees and that depends on where my car is stuck. Now we moved from Coastal OC and that has a real edge as far as temps go.
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Old 09-23-2009, 08:29 AM
 
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I live in Santa Clarita and will prefer it over living in Los Angeles. Yes it's hotter up here and it can take about 45-60 minutes to get to LA from here, but like 4 on the floor stated not everyone wants to deal w/ overpriced homes, overcrowded cities, constant crime, or unhealthy smog levels.

I used to have to deal with LA traffic as my former job would take me all over LA, but now I work at home (no more commuting in traffic-YAY!). I do go into LA on occaision, but only on business and around peak traffic times.

Geno
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