Reviews & Comments
re: re: - 11/28/2009
I know this is a late reply. I grew up in Louisville and became a travel nurse so I have been around the US some. Comparatively speaking, Louisville is one of the best places to live in the country (being selfish I don't like to tell people this because I want it to stay that way). Cost of living is great, schools at all levels are really good, you get all the seasons, the mayor (Jerry
Abramson) really loves the city and has done much to improve things, lots of indoor and outdoor activities (check out Thunder Over Louisville), very central to other cities, restaurants are awesome, great healthcare. I am planning on getting OUT of Atlanta in February when my lease is up. The only reason I am considering moving anywhere else is that I like to explore and find new places and I have hit probably everywhere around there. My other choice is Glendale AZ which I am trying to collect info on so if you have anything on it, let me know. Best of luck!
re: Great Place IF you Stay North - 3/28/2006
Hey, Can you give me the zip codes or some of the apartment complexes in the area you mention? Looking to relocate but am concerned re: crime and pollution index. Really appreciate it.
Atlanta, GANot my life
I have to say I just DO NOT like living here. Supposedly Forbes labeled Atlanta as the # 1 most toxic city in the country this year. People are so rude, road rage is a big problem. Murders, rapes CONSTANTLY in the news. If you don't have lots of money and don't do clubs, nothing to do. To get outside of the city to some fresh air in a more natural environment is a big event. For that matter going to the grocery up the street is an issue. A lot of people jog and bike here, right along the major roadways, which concerns me being a nurse..what is going into their lungs vs. the health benefits. Summers are horrid with the humidity. Some folks say the shopping is great but I disagree...all the malls have the same stores, boutique stores are not very culturally diverse..maybe I am not looking in the right place. I say avoid it.