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Old 06-26-2008, 08:31 AM
 
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my name is nick and I live in the nothern va area. I have a wife and a baby boy and we are looking to relcate to louisville. we want to live in a safe area good for families we dont necisarily need a half acre and a white picket fence but ither a yard or near by parks and low crime rates. also I am a hairstylist and am currently employed at a hip high end salon and would like to find a similar one in louisville if at all possible I would like to live close to my work (walking distince would be nice) also we curently own a townhome that we payed 175 for and would like to pay the same of *fingers crossed* less then that when we move.

Does this all seem possible? any ideas on where to live or a good salon to work at?

thanks for all of you help


-Nick
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Old 06-26-2008, 09:08 AM
 
Location: Louisville KY Metro area
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Old 06-27-2008, 01:01 AM
 
Location: Kentucky
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look at Z's Salon on shelbyville rd. Its pretty high end and one of the biggest in Louisville its close to st. Matthews which is a great place to live. It shouldn't be hard to find a
high end salons especially in the east end or the highlands area. And most homes in these areas are very safe. The only area I'd stay away from is the area immediately south and west of downtown.
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Old 01-28-2011, 06:11 AM
 
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I own a salon in jtown.....called running with scissors=I have a couple booths open. U can actually look at pics on facebook. Runningwithscissorsinc. My name is jennifer steier call me if. U want to check it out! Good luck to u and ur family :-) salon # 502 409 5465. Nick Hood;4237641]my name is nick and I live in the nothern va area. I have a wife and a baby boy and we are looking to relcate to louisville. we want to live in a safe area good for families we dont necisarily need a half acre and a white picket fence but ither a yard or near by parks and low crime rates. also I am a hairstylist and am currently employed at a hip high end salon and would like to find a similar one in louisville if at all possible I would like to live close to m y work (walking distince would be nice) also we curently own a townhome that we payed 175 for and would like to pay the same of *fingers crossed* less then that when we move.

Does this all seem possible? any ideas on where to live or a good salon to work at?

thanks for all of you help


-Nick[/quote]
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