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Old 04-02-2016, 01:52 PM
 
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I just don't want to over-glorify the IE though. Remember on that TV Show 'Orange County', how everyone in the 909 had a negative connotation? I mean Dunbar, your in Santa Monica right? Other than the expensive housing, that is a great place. I mean 90% of the people I knew in IE have moved out for Job Opportunities in the LA Basin or Orange County, or just gave up on California entirely.
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Old 04-02-2016, 02:30 PM
 
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I would think Chino Hills would be much better than Chatsworth. You are much closer to the employment areas of the OC and Downtown LA is a quick 40 minute Metrolink ride. Also, the growth areas are to the east of LA. The area also has a large Asian population which tends to make the schools and home prices higher. Chino hills would be a great area to move if you can afford it.
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Old 04-04-2016, 12:11 PM
 
Location: Santa Monica, CA
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I just don't want to over-glorify the IE though. Remember on that TV Show 'Orange County', how everyone in the 909 had a negative connotation? I mean Dunbar, your in Santa Monica right? Other than the expensive housing, that is a great place.
I was just answering the question. Moving from Chatsworth to Chino Hills would be a step up IMO. The IE is not great for younger/single people but it's fine for families.
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Old 04-06-2016, 11:57 PM
 
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Chino Hills is one of the best places in the IE. One thing it has over the other good places to live is it is further west and south. It shares some borders with Pomona but also shares borders with Diamond Bar. If you work in LA or OC, Chino Hills will be convienent.



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I just don't want to over-glorify the IE though. Remember on that TV Show 'Orange County', how everyone in the 909 had a negative connotation? I mean Dunbar, your in Santa Monica right? Other than the expensive housing, that is a great place. I mean 90% of the people I knew in IE have moved out for Job Opportunities in the LA Basin or Orange County, or just gave up on California entirely.
You did not say anything that could be confused with overglorifying the IE. Now you double down. It does seem that the sample of IE people you know is not the same as my sample. 90% still live in the IE although about 20% commute to other areas. A few of us at work got Texported by our employer and I have to say I do not like Collin County TX as compared to the IE. However my job was moved to Plano by the NY management, so at age 57 I made the choice to follow my job and my wife and I are counting the days (really years) until we can return to California.

ETA:Orange County which I think was called "The OC" was a stupid stupid TV show. No one calls OC"the OC". Should anyone base a housing decision on the insecure idiot screenwriters aspersions against the IE?
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Old 01-16-2019, 09:31 PM
 
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I am moving to Ca from Florida. Which HS you recommend for senior year? Also I need to know how safe is Chino Hills because having the institution for men so close.
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Old 01-17-2019, 08:45 PM
 
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Chino Hills is a great place to live. I don't think you can go wrong with either school. Great schools rates Ayala a 10 and Chino Hills High an 8. The prison you're referring to is technically in Chino.The crime rate in Chino Hills is relatively low: https://www.city-data.com/city/Chino-...nia.html#crime
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Old 01-24-2019, 12:36 AM
 
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Agree with the previous poster. Good schools, fairly good big box retail shopping, and if you like Asian food it has the better variety in the IE. Also closest IE city to LA and OC too. Good luck.
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Old 01-26-2019, 08:46 AM
 
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Chino Hills is one of the best places in the IE. One thing it has over the other good places to live is it is further west and south. It shares some borders with Pomona but also shares borders with Diamond Bar. If you work in LA or OC, Chino Hills will be convienent.




You did not say anything that could be confused with overglorifying the IE. Now you double down. It does seem that the sample of IE people you know is not the same as my sample. 90% still live in the IE although about 20% commute to other areas. A few of us at work got Texported by our employer and I have to say I do not like Collin County TX as compared to the IE. However my job was moved to Plano by the NY management, so at age 57 I made the choice to follow my job and my wife and I are counting the days (really years) until we can return to California.

ETA:Orange County which I think was called "The OC" was a stupid stupid TV show. No one calls OC"the OC". Should anyone base a housing decision on the insecure idiot screenwriters aspersions against the IE?
I also don’t agree that most people want to move out the IE. I’ve lived in the area and most of my friends and neighbors have no desire to leave. I love having the beautiful Mountain View’s from my home love all the conveniences locally. I personnally love having a Metrolink station from minutes from my house for my frequent excursions to LA, also having ONT nearby for further away trips.
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Old 02-04-2019, 09:29 AM
 
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Between Chino Hills and Yorbalinda which one is better to live with a 17 years old girl and 8 year old boy?
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Old 02-04-2019, 12:56 PM
 
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Between Chino Hills and Yorbalinda which one is better to live with a 17 years old girl and 8 year old boy?
Both would be great. Yorba Linda would likely be little more expensive.
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