pennsylvania

페이지 정보

profile_image
작성자보라 조회 3회 작성일 2020-08-01 23:10:25 댓글 0

본문

10 Places in PENNSYLVANIA You Should NEVER Move To

Move to these places and you're gonna regret it big time!

If you were going to make a list of places to NOT to move to in Pennsylvania, you’d have a lot to choose from. Many people wouldn’t want to live on a farm, or in smallish communities where there isn’t even electricity. Or in an old beat up former coal mining town where the local economy is horrible. Many of us wouldn’t want to live in a big inner city where violence and homelessness rules the day.

You could actually choose many MANY places in Pennsylvania that would be a bad choice for a newcomer. Long time Pennsylvania residents could rattle off at least 20 places they wouldn’t want to live in themselves. And, in case you didn’t know, migration TO the Keystone State stopped being positive a long while ago.

Anyways, because everyone likes lists in tens, we did a lot of homework to bring you a list of only 10 places in Pennsylvania where you should NEVER move, even though there’s way more than that.

We're going to talk about places in Pittsburgh, near Philadelphia and near Scranton. Places like McKeesport, Chester, Reading and more!

#pennsylvania #moving

Places to get involved:

https://www.dli.pa.gov/Individuals/pennserve/Pages/Volunteering-and-Community-Service-in-the-Commonwealth.aspx

https://www.redcross.org/local/pennsylvania/greater-pennsylvania/volunteer.html

https://www.voapa.org/

https://www.centralpafoodbank.org/ways-to-give/give-time/

Brownsville: By Phillips2438 - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=87759414

By David Wilson from Oak Park, Illinois, USA - 20140523 26 Warbonnet under wires, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=44814218

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0LHRH7lNpA


The best video on this topic!
tarny11 : Very run down.
Vice Vlone : There is a thriving downtown are in York Pennsylvania there are plenty of scenic views like “the top of the world” We have a spring where u can drink right from the spring it’s a lot of stuff you missed I’m sure you just got the worst review possible on every city and made a video you cornball
Vice Vlone : They don’t even make York peppermint patty in York any more you really have a false fact channel
Vice Vlone : You missed so many huge facts about each city lol it’s sad that people are reading this and thinking anything you say is fact
the dude01 : Pittsburgh is cool
Free Clarence : I love your decidedly downtrodden declarations! There are some very sik sad places. Thank you.
Free Clarence : Google”ish”
Melissa Colon : Bethlehem, PA I heard is nice.
Stephen Evans : Like in many states, sometimes the views just attract people to move to a place. Pennsylvania has many wonderful views, even if some of the communities are run down.
Travel to the amenities.
Some communities need to be invested in. Some rebound. Check out Pittston, Lock Haven, Moon Twp, and Phoenixville.
Beauty can be found anywhere. State police can also step up to cover areas with diminished Police coverage.
Pittsburgh and Allegheny county are amazing. What drew original settlers, still draws people to PA.
Mstyk Productions : Crime shouldn't be who good people are.

The 10 Best Places To Live In Pennsylvania In 2020

Pennsylvania, a northeastern U.S. state and one of the 13 original colonies, has a diverse terrain, which includes wide stretches of farmland,
national forests, and mountains. Philadelphia, the Keystone State’s largest city, displays its rich history in Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, an enduring symbol of American freedom.
Pennsylvania is downright beautiful. It is home to some of the country’s richest history, incredible culture and, yes, a picturesque scenery.
The Appalachian Mountains sit here, and the state has more than 120 state parks, with over 100 miles of coastline, and a varied selection of great towns and cities,
each with its own character.
Mountain climbers will love this state, so will surfers, skydivers, and skiers even, depending on where you are in the state.
Little wonder the Keystone State is widely considered one of the best states to retire.
The natural allure aside, this is a notion mostly driven by other key factors for anyone interested in the hard data:
economic vibrancy (this is the sixth-largest state economy), good health care, school districts that are a cut above the other states, affordability, low rate of homelessness and high quality of life.
Here then, are the 10 best places to live in Pennsylvania to help inform your decision better.

10. Philadelphia. (good to retire, find a job, and raise a family)
9. Pittsburgh. (affordable place to retire, job, raise a family)
8. Scranton. (place for jobs)
7. Allentown. (good for retirees)
6. York.
5. Lancaster. (best place to retire)
4. Reading.
3. Harrisburg. (best place to retire, find a job)
2. Erie. (affordable city for retirees, young professionals)
1. Jefferson Hills. (best place to raise a family)
=============\r
► Subscribe for the latest video! ► https://goo.gl/lOasu9\r
► Follow me on Twitter: https://goo.gl/srKHao\r
============\r
Thanks for watching this video. I hope it's useful for you.\r
(This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment)\r
►Business email: truthseekerdailys@gmail.com
Rae : I can't believe Philadelphia is listed. My son was attacked last week in Philly with his fiance The violence and looting and killings are daily!!!
_Honda Head_ : Whoever made this clearly does not know PA
Kateydid18 : I lived in York County most of my life and it’s a really nice place to live. It has mostly industrial and blue collar jobs though so make sure you have those.

York City is really nice to go to on the First Fridays. There’s a lot of little small microbreweries and shops to go to, as well as the baseball games with the York Revs.

You’re very close to one of the best health systems in the US if you live in York. I used to go to Johns hopkins all the time.

If you live near I-80 it’s probably doable to commute into Maryland for work.
Dalton Robert Pepple : Philadelphia sucks
NSA Margaret C. Reid : Reading.?...
NSA Margaret C. Reid : Are you crazy do u even live PA. You must crazy
Ola Salami : How about Hanover ya'all. Help, we are thinking of purchasing over there from Maryland.
C Dubb3300 : How did they compile this list? What’s in Erie, every one I know was trying to get out of there. Jefferson Hills is a Pittsburgh suburb
Lion King : Philadelphia !!!!! Really
Jonathan Francesco : This list is almost comical. So basically, left wing urban areas where you have a bunch of unrest and poverty? XD This list is the picture of the out of touch elitism of much of the modern establishment.

Unboxing PENNSYLVANIA. What's GOOD and BAD About Living in PENNSYLVANIA?

What's it like living in Pennsylvania? Well, you've got many different regions of the state, including Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, and central PA, which is mostly farms and country.

In addition, you have a distinct culinary cuisine, the battle between Wawa and Sheetz, and the fact that many people here don't like living here. But they stay.

SUBSCRIBE to get REGIONAL INFORMATION about where YOU live: http://bit.ly/2deRUSV

Our goal is to combine recent data, fun videos, and thoughts about local culture into bite-sized snacks of shareable information. We call it bite-sized regional infotainment. We try to paint a picture of what’s happening in a region based on “Friday Night Science” — how’d you argue at a bar. To do that, we gather data from around the web to help determine a wide array of factors about where you live, things like safety, desirability, and culture.

Check out our website: https://www.homesnacks.net/

Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HomeSnacks/

Business email: robikmarketing1@gmail.com
Mappy: Mappy@HomeSnacks.net. He'll do his best to answer your questions and fan mail.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckml7d1EHHk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lU5twEotMu0

Music by Kevin MacLeod and Chris Zabriskie.
Nick Johnson : What did we miss? Let us know in the comments below?
Ronald Getz : If I share this because I actually live in a nice spot of Pa, do you think it'll keep the asshats from New Jersey out of our area?
Tom Keiffer : “Fresh country air”
Virgen Salgado : First of all it’s not boring and how do you know if it’s boring
Walt Glow : You didn't say anything about the amish ALWAYS trying to bum a ride from you for free I know in lived in Myerstown, also don't miss the DAIRY AIR in spring and high property tax now I retired to Tennessee and save $6500.00 a year on property tax a win win situation!
R. V. Datmir : As far as the City of Brotherly Love is concerned, William Penn, the colonial founder is on my list of Dumbest historical morons ever, along with such illustrious names as Jesus, Woodrow Wilson, and our thankfully former President Barack Obama. I don't respect idealists. If they don't know what they are doing, then they are lying about their intentions.
R. V. Datmir : In the words of John Adams, "At a time in life when most men prosper, I am reduced to living in Philadelphia."
Angie : Loved Sheetz in northeast PA
Vicarious Gamer : Actually the smell is pig feces and human municipal waste mixed with multiple harmful insecticides sprayed over the crops. Mostly corn for high fructose products. Most lucrative ! Remember... If you can smell it, you're ingesting it ! It's really freaky to be driving along side a field and seeing the numerous insecticide placards placed there.They ARE doing their duty by posting what is being sprayed into the air and soil, and water. But who drives around there to see them and which average joe can understand them ? So they go largely unnoticed. Hey, if you don't know about it, it can't hurt you right ?
Basil’s Reptiles : Do a vid about New Mexico bro

... 

#pennsylvania

댓글목록

등록된 댓글이 없습니다.

전체 462건 1 페이지
게시물 검색
Copyright © www.mtmcebu.com. All rights reserved.  Contact : help@oxmail.xyz