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UNDATED (WKRC) -- The midwest, Ohio especially, is getting a lot of love as a far as the best place to call home. Business Insider put together a list of the 50 best suburbs in America in which to live. Two of them are in the Tri-State: Wyoming, which placed 25th, and Indian Hill, which placed 8th. Eight suburbs were in Ohio, including the number one spot: New Albany, which is just outside of Columbus. There were a lot of factors considered, including crime rates, housing affordability and school ratings. Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
Ken and Suzanne Franklin have their own kind of paradise at their family complex in Hilliard, Florida. They have their own land, where they have a house, workshop and gun range, and then their daughter's family and Suzanne's mother and brother live nearby on the same family complex. They talk about the joys of living in their country getaway so close to the conveniences of Jacksonville. To what the rest of our Nassau County country life videos and search for your own acreage in Nassau County, visit https://raydientplaces.com.
WOSU’s Mike Thompson and The Columbus on the Record panel look at the week’s top stories including: the latest developments in the Ohio's governor race, speculation that author JD Vance will run for U.S. Senate, the GOP congressional redistricting plan and Ohio's voter purging process goes before the U.S. Supreme Court and the weekly Off The Record Comments.
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Peoples University descriptionutube The Peoples University is an educational program designed to encourage the maximum use of public libraries in underprivileged, African American communities. The program consists of classroom discussions, held during traditional after school hours at various public libraries throughout the United States. The discussions are centered upon a publication, copyrighted in 1987, by a group of notable black scholars, entitled The Baseline Essays. By 1990, The Baseline Essays were thoroughly infused into the Portland Public School District Curriculum. After receiving the 1990 revision of the Baseline Essays, Look It Up Inc. (also known as LIU) staff began to examine the work in July of 2009. In August of 2009, The Peoples University was formed as a study group, aimed at either definitively proving or disproving information found within the Baseline Essays. The mission of LIU is to promote critical and analytical thinking in Black and impoverished communities. By analyzing this work, we believe that we serve our mission as well as multiple purposes related to the recovery of African American communities. We consider the Peoples University to be a community research project, which in itself will force participants to critically and analytically think. The actual content of the Baseline Essays will challenge many notions that African Americans have about their origins and their relation to present day society. Thus, reclaiming the self esteem and self respect needed to become productive communities. By holding our discussions in public libraries, we are enabled to immediately engage in further research. With participants constantly looking for materials related to the content found in the essays, local libraries will be encouraged to keep its material relevant to the community that it serves; Thus fulfilling the mission of the Peoples University itself. Finally, throughout the course of our research of the material, LIU staff will be creating lesson plans based off of the essays. This will fulfill the obligation that our forefathers left for us within the work. The authors of this great work have encouraged further generations to revise and create lesson plans and programs from its contents. The Look It Up Movement is committed, through the research of the Peoples University, to creating a full curriculum for grades K-12, that will be accepted in public schools nationwide.
As many of you know, I live on Vancouver Island. So I wanted to talk about Vancouver Island today. A recent story from The Province: http://theprovince.com/news/local-news/lower-mainlanders-moving-to-central-vancouver-island-en-masse/wcm/83cac87d-ff93-477a-bb3b-b3ec89adbf9b talked about how people are cashing out of the lower mainland and buying on Vancouver Island. They are buying homes for half the price, and the homes are actually upgrades from what they were selling. Now I have already talked about Vancouver in a previous video: https://youtu.be/Rk8AOIYDF4o So what are the differences between Vancouver and Vancouver Island? 1) The weather. The weather for the middle of the island down on the east coast is pretty much the same as Vancouver. The North and West sides of the island are a bit different. Bit more wet and cold. 2) Scenery. Very much the same. I would probably give the edge to Vancouver Island here. 3) Things to do. It would depend on what you are interested in. If you like going out to restaurants and shows, Vancouver has the edge. If you are into outdoor activities I would give the island the edge. 4) Pace of life. This one is pretty obvious. It all depends on what you are into. In the Province article they point out how the slower pace is the thing that is the greatest benefit. So let’s look at the future of these two places. As I have said in the past, when the bubble bursts I think the drops will radiate out from the major centers of Vancouver and Toronto. So Vancouver and Toronto will see the biggest drops and then you will see less and less impact the further you move out from there. That means that these people cashing out will still see drops in their property values, but not as much as if they had stayed in Vancouver. As prices in Vancouver fall, and more specifically sales volume falls, less people will be able to cash out of the lower mainland. This will hit Vancouver Island prices hard. Now let’s look further out from there. What I can potentially see happening is a balancing between Vancouver and Vancouver Island. I think because Vancouver Island has much of the same benefits as the city of Vancouver and it is half the price, I think it has more room to grow. Also it literally has more room to grow. Look at a map! https://youtu.be/KRNjeAAKbcs Now people will argue that the island will never be Vancouver. I have said in previous videos, as technology progresses there will be less and less reason to live in the city in my opinion. Watch this video for my reasons: https://youtu.be/yWKRjoqV7X8 I talk about some crazy stuff like self driving cars, tv dinners, and windows that are made of TV’s. Amazing! I also mention in that video that the big cities will probably always have the most draw, and thus will always be more expensive. But I don’t think they will be 2 and 3 and 4 times more expensive as cities like Victoria, Nanaimo, and Courtenay in the future. From my own experience, a trip to Vancouver is a quick ferry ride over. Spend a night there to see a concert maybe. Or even just a day trip. So that does put me at odds with some of the people who live in Vancouver as far as living preferences. I can get what I want out of Vancouver in a day trip. And those day trips might happen once a year if that. So why so you live in Vancouver and not Vancouver Island? Why is the city better for you than the island? What makes it worth 3 and 4 times more? Or if you are on the island, why is Vancouver Island better than the city? Leave it in the comments :)
Allen Hill guides you through his house, which actually takes place over two different states and three different cities, enjoy!!!
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