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Old 02-18-2011, 07:37 AM
 
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[quote=jaynetarzana;2711567][quote=Twinkle Toes;2711363]The area is NOT child UNfriendly. Not sure where you got your information from. The area is not all retirees and old people. Have you been here lately?
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Thanks Twinkle Toes. You make me feel so much better about the desert. Yes, we have been there 3 times in the past 6 months. The first two times were in the summer so there weren't any kids around. Everyone I ask talks about how the schools aren't great. Then there are some posts to me here about how it isn't a great place to raise kids. One of them is actually from someone who grew up there. But like you said, it is what you make of it. We are VERY conscientious parents so I think our kids will be fine.
check scorecard.org. er air pollution - hint: it's called coachella valley - all the bad air gets trapped and the mountains make it worse. The most toxic plants on the planet reside in the desert. Think about it - what else could survive - they give off some nasty stuff too...stay ten miles in the from the coast that's it..
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Old 10-26-2012, 10:53 AM
 
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Palm Springs/Coachella and San Diego have very clean air for SoCal. Even southern OC and Santa Barbara has clean air. Same with Catalina. Avoid the IE and LA, as they both have equally bad air quality. It really depends. Last year, LA had worse air quality than IE, but the year before, LA had better air quality than the IE.
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