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We are thinking of moving to Farragut from the Mid - 6/22/2011
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Dear John- Wish you could have Actually visited Fa - 9/28/2010
HA! John from LA, I have been to LA and the only thing that state has going for it, is having Nick Saban as LSU's coach for a short time and New Orleans. Even New Orleans apart from having a fun weekend there, still has high crime and horrible public schools. At least in Farragut, Public Schools are ranked by US News and World Report, crime is few and far between and High School sports rival most small colleges. I traveled to three countries while in public school there and was exposed to worldly cultures through the diverse student population and Advanced Placement programs that were just of the norm. Farragut is centrally located and just hours away from the beach and the mountains. True, you could live,work and play within the township limits and never leave because you are minutes from the lake and any type of modern or social attraction you could want. Between the amazing restaurants, lavish homes and seasonal festivals enjoyed by locals, you must have only driven through on a game day when LSU was beat by UT to form an opinion like that. What a shame.[more...]
Too bad part of Knoxville area - 8/25/2007
Nice typical suburb you would find around most major or medium sized cities. The usual for a good suburb, good schools and good neighbors. Unfortunately, not only is it located in East Tennessee, but in the Knoxville area. Needless to say, an air polluted, culture limited, boring place. If you absolutely have to live in the Knoxville area, live in this bubble. You might forget where you are after you turn the lights out.[more...]