Review of San Diego, California


Please Don't Mive Here, We're Full
Star Rating - 3/24/2019
I'm a native of San Diego and really sad to see how decrepit our beautiful city has become. The roads are a disaster. House prices are out of this world. Can't drive across town on a freeway unless before 7 am or after 6 pm. All I hear is "Build more housing." "How about, "We're full, please come to visit, but don't move here." We can't afford to add you to our city. Not enough water, houses or space on the roads. Thanks.
Heather | Encinitas, CA
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You can thank the Real Estate Developers & City Politicians for all of this. Cities put increased tax revenue over quality of life. All the new strip malls all have apartments attached which means more traffic going forward. Half of Mexico lives here now clogging up all the streets with their landscaping trucks because people here don’t do anything for themselves and hire their cheap labor. In a few years traffic here will be gridlock which is why I sold everything here and moved to Colorado. I’ll miss this place like a sore rear.
Rick | San Diego, CA
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