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Indy

Denver, CO

#63 May 29, 2012
Typical BS wrote:
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P.S. Nice strawman argument, too. At no point did I say people were moving to NY in droves nor that nobody is leaving. You're a pathetic debater.
and some people that moved there are actually staying - others voted w/ their feet and left. If NY doesn't get their sh*t together more will follow which effects the tax base.
Typical BS

New York, NY

#64 May 29, 2012
Indy wrote:
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and some people that moved there are actually staying - others voted w/ their feet and left. If NY doesn't get their sh*t together more will follow which effects the tax base.
For the sixth time, the population increased, it did not decrease.
Indy

Denver, CO

#65 May 29, 2012
Typical BS wrote:
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For the sixth time, the population increased, it did not decrease.
and it would have increased a lot more if those that left had stayed.
Typical BS

New York, NY

#66 May 29, 2012
Indy wrote:
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and it would have increased a lot more if those that left had stayed.
Change stories much?
Indy

Denver, CO

#67 May 29, 2012
Typical BS wrote:
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Change stories much?
At least the situation up there doesn't seem to effect you, so at least you don't have to worry about it... keep drinking the Koolaid and go on down the road. Best wishes to you!
Typical BS

New York, NY

#68 May 29, 2012
Indy wrote:
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At least the situation up there doesn't seem to effect you, so at least you don't have to worry about it... keep drinking the Koolaid and go on down the road. Best wishes to you!
Blah blah blah. You can't support your own argument so you turn to insults. Typical.
Clarifier

Cortland, NY

#69 May 29, 2012
Typical BS wrote:
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Nope. Between 2000 and 2010, the population of New York State increased by 401,645 people.
http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/36000...
We were talking about "working people".
Get your facts straight.
Prisoners don't count either.
Windy City

Syracuse, NY

#70 May 29, 2012
UTLT wrote:
Google map makes a Downtown Utica trip at 33 minutes.
And New Hartford at 36.
But then... that's probably for old folks like me.
Convenience to jobs and shopping is PHAT.
Moved here from Chicago recently. I telecommute most of the time; spouse has a 12 minute commute. That's about a tenth of our collective commute in Chicago. And while it is a bit further to certain big box chain stores than it was in Chicago, the compensating factor is that WE ARE NOT SURROUNDED BY BIG BOX CHAIN STORES.(sorry, I don't mean to shout. Consider that italics, please).

Although I sometimes miss Costco, eg, I do not miss a bazillion uptight suburbanites playing chicken with their SUVs for parking spots at said Costco. We have found almost everything we need within a 15 min drive here. But I agree that people who are happiest surrounded by big box stores should definitely live near them. Or in them, whichever.
Jessica

New York, NY

#71 May 30, 2012
-Git-R-Done- wrote:
hi, i'm thinking of moving to little falls, i have read a lot of negative things about this town, on topix, can anyone tell me some of the good things about little falls? can you tell me which streets to avoid buying a home on? i'm thinking about a house on Monroe street. please be honest, this means alot to me and i'm trying to make a decision whether to buy in this town or not. i'd really appreciate it alot, thanks!
It depends on where on Monroe Street . I know to stay away from Furnace Street . Just like anywhere you go ...there's good & bad ...
Typical BS

New York, NY

#72 May 30, 2012
Clarifier wrote:
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We were talking about "working people".
Get your facts straight.
Prisoners don't count either.
At no time anywhere in this discussion did you say anything about working people. All of your links say "residents". Stop changing stories. Your claims are false, period.
Atypical BS

New York, NY

#73 May 30, 2012
Typical BS wrote:
<quoted text>At no time anywhere in this discussion did you say anything about working people. All of your links say "residents". Stop changing stories. Your claims are false, period.
I think the confusion is that there is a net loss of intelligent people.
Yo Momma

Brooklyn, NY

#74 May 30, 2012
Most people moving in around here are welfare rats. working people like me are getting the hell out.
The 55 Percent

New York, NY

#75 May 30, 2012
Yo Momma wrote:
Most people moving in around here are welfare rats. working people like me are getting the hell out.
A rat is a survivor, who can thrive in the worst surroundings. The only question is who shall be the King Rat?
dit

Liverpool, NY

#76 May 31, 2012
my advice is do not move here unless you have sufficient bribe money for the restaurant owners who run the city. Also if you do move here, as you are always welcome, just do not accept gifts from strangers who will then attempt to"cash in' on their 'gifts'.
prune juice

United States

#77 May 31, 2012
Just don't expect anything to ever change for the better. The good ole boys club won't allow it. Any progress will be fought tooth and nail. And oh yah, this place is filling full of dirt faster than I ever thought possible.

Do yourself a favor and buy outside the city limits on a nice quiet country lot. You can never get away from the welfare dirt here and no one cares that they are destroying the place little by little. Stay away from this mess of a town.
Big M Shopper

New York, NY

#78 Jun 7, 2012
Trouble with LF is that while there are many gorgeous properties here to be had fairly cheap, there are also HUD houses sprinkled-in in most any neighborhood... That can be a serious problem as far as maintaining any property value, and as far as having to listen to the Welfare sponges argue about that most idiotic things imaginable in the middle of the night.

If I was going to buy anywhere around here again- and I won't- I would certainly look towards the outskirts of town.

It's better to pay a little too much than it is to have a rat's nest appear next to your door.
Big M Shopper

New York, NY

#79 Jun 8, 2012
Indy wrote:
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and it would have increased a lot more if those that left had stayed.
The population from Utica to LF has shrunk by half in the past 20 years. You can look that up.
cool hand luke

New York, NY

#80 Jun 8, 2012
prune juice wrote:
Just don't expect anything to ever change for the better. The good ole boys club won't allow it. Any progress will be fought tooth and nail. And oh yah, this place is filling full of dirt faster than I ever thought possible.

Do yourself a favor and buy outside the city limits on a nice quiet country lot. You can never get away from the welfare dirt here and no one cares that they are destroying the place little by little. Stay away from this mess of a town.
agreed. We moved to the town of little falls. 2 miles to downtown no city tax. Less drama. Less politics. If you add up all the people in the small towns around Lf, population is about 10000.
Great Place

New York, NY

#81 Jun 8, 2012
I moved back after being gone for quite a few years. I'm glad to be back. It's safe, quiet, the people for the most part are friendly. You will get the good and bad wherever you go. If you can buy a home by one of the parks that would be nice. It depends on if you like a rural or city setting. If you are coming from a big city you will be in for a very big change as not everything is at your fingertips. I think you will be pleased. It's a place where you aren't afraid to say hello to someone you walk past. A lot of history here and many things to do. If getting involved in the community is what you like to do, there are plenty of opportunities here. Little Falls is a beautiful place.
old and tired

Liverpool, NY

#82 Jun 8, 2012
-Git-R-Done- wrote:
hi, i'm thinking of moving to little falls, i have read a lot of negative things about this town, on topix, can anyone tell me some of the good things about little falls? can you tell me which streets to avoid buying a home on? i'm thinking about a house on Monroe street. please be honest, this means alot to me and i'm trying to make a decision whether to buy in this town or not. i'd really appreciate it alot, thanks!
Let me try this one on ya. People live here, grow up here and move away to find a better life. Then, they move back here and raise their own family here. Just like me. I love it here. it is quiet with quite alot of things to do now and the summer is great here. Great school system and a good place to raise your children or live. Try it you'll love it.

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