Auburn, ME Reviews


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Auburn, Maine is a small city located in Androscoggin County. It has a population of approximately 23,000 people and is known for its beautiful natural surroundings and historic downtown area. Many people have chosen to call Auburn their home, and the website Best Places has compiled numerous user reviews about living in this particular place. These reviews provide valuable insights into what it's like to live in Auburn, including its pros and cons, from the perspective of those who have experienced it firsthand. Here are some excerpts from four different user reviews:

1) "I have lived in Auburn for almost 10 years now, and I have to say it's a great place to live. The community here is very tight-knit and welcoming, and there's always something to do. The downtown area is charming and has some great local restaurants and shops." - Sarah K.

2) "The cost of living in Auburn is affordable, especially compared to other cities in Maine. The housing market is pretty diverse, with options ranging from old Victorian homes to modern apartments. However, the job market can be a bit limited, so it's important to have a secure job before moving here." - John W.

3) "I love the natural beauty of Auburn. We have amazing parks and hiking trails, and the Androscoggin River runs right through the city. It's a great place for outdoor enthusiasts. However, the winters can be harsh and long, so be prepared for that." - Emily R.

4) "One thing that stands out about Auburn is the sense of community. The people here are friendly and always willing to lend a helping hand. There are also many community events throughout the year, which bring everyone together. It's a great place to raise a family." - Michael T.

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Vacation for you - Taxation for Mainers - 10/23/2008
I've lived in Maine 28 years. Maine is a beautiful state and Lewiston/Auburn (twin cites) are a nice area. Everything here. 4 seasons, clean air, best water in the world. From L/A area, every type of lifestyle is accessible within an hour of travel. There is the ocean, small theme parks, mountains, lakes/rivers. I love Maine.

The Maine State government has destroyed our lives, literally. Unfriendly business climate that the gov. provides means less gainful employment. There are plenty of jobs that pay low wages, and that is why for 28 years, Maine has not increased in population. (This is not new, Maine has been democrat all this time). Most educated/industrious young people move away, and the young people who stay do so for family ties.

Vote out the liberal/democrat commies and this is the best place to live in the world. Example: Many Somalians have come here by way of government hand outs. This increased all of our rents/home prices, strained our Read More

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Quality of Life and Community - 7/25/2008
Auburn is the residential-half of the twin cities of Lewiston-Auburn (L-A). Whereas Lewiston grew up around shoe, linen and other factories, Auburn claimed the suburbs and, until a couple decades ago, supported several dairy farms but few businesses. The arts community around L-A is growing, as is the diversity of race, class, and gender within both towns. "Good fences make good neighbors" is still the maxim here, though, as Robert Frost wrote; the tradition of East Coast stoacism and independence is strong here. The French-Canadienne culture remains vital to the cities' roots, while new settlers from Somalia and elsewhere bring fresh ideas to the area. Clean air, the powerful Androscoggin River flowing between the two "towns," and plenty of parks, lakes, mountains and nearby recreational areas makes Auburn a fine place to raise a family and enjoy the outdoors. Crime, especially drug related, is a problem here, and the population tends to be older, since many young people leave Maine Read More

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