Milwaukee, Home Of Strong Ethics and Honesty
I have lived in New York City, Washington, D.C., Ft. Lauderdale, Milwaukee, Louisville, Cincinnati, Salt Lake City, and Seattle. Of all these cities, I would choose Milwaukee to live over all of them. The only negative is winter. Housing costs, food costs, entertainment costs are all very low. Property taxes are astronomical, but that is balanced by the low cost. The people of Milwaukee are kind, giving, accepting and know how to have a good time. You will make friends. The airport is a joy, and the infrastructure is excellent. Medical care is some of the best in the world, and if you pick the right suburb, your kids will be educated so well, college will be easy for them Professional sports, great festivals, innovative dining, and a cool music scene are available and most importantly, accessible. You don’t have to be a billionaire to enjoy Milwaukee’s best happenings. Yet, what truly makes the city stand out are the ethics and honesty of its citizens. When you consider the aloofness of most New Yorkers, the transience of DC, the banality of Ft. Lauderdale, the provincialism of Louisville, the extreme conservatism of Cincinnati, the theocracy of Salt Lake, and the self centered attitude of dot com Seattle, Milwaukee wins hands down. The people who live in Milwaukee, love it. The rest are just jealous.
Phil | Prospect, KY