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Washington, MO

Contributed by thevancefamily, an ePodunk user.

September 28, 2007

 We moved here a little over 5 years ago knowing nothing about Washington. We found our house on the Internet. WOW! We love Washington!! The old houses, the history, the activities, the community, and all the businesses new and old. I never want to leave Washington. Would love to learn more about my community. Also can't wait for the new (meaning old) transformation of the old down town!!

 One of the cons of living in Washington, is the older homes made into apartments. Hate it! I know most homes were made like this through the depression, but I wish people would turn those beautiful homes back into the beauties they are. Also I hate all the parking lots in down town. I know people need places to park but down town looks so flat. It is only my opinion. I stll love Washington!!!!


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