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Sun Jun 26, 2016
Jcgerbot asked:
Zip code 53213 spans two cities, Milwaukee and Wauwatosa. Houses in Wauwatosa cost significantly more than in Milwaukee because Wauwatosa has excellent schools, low crime, and excellent…
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Sat Jun 6, 2015
Polish215 answered:
Bear with me if I'm off a block or so, but this should give you a start. Queen of Peace--27th St, 1 block south of Oklahoma (next to Walgreen's/Wal-Mart), St. Alexander's/John Paul II--16th St a block south and across from St Francis Hospital, St. Helen's 11th & Holt, Blessed Sacrament--39th & Oklahoma, St. Roman's 20th & Bolivar, Sts Cyril & Mehodius/St Maximillan Kobe 15th & Windlake, St Mary Magdalene 19 & Windlake.

You can also check the Archdiocese of Milwaukee website for more.

Hope this helps!
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Fri Feb 27, 2015
Tangie Stephens answered:
you can view crime reports for New Orleans with an interactive map at the following website:
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Thu Dec 18, 2014
Ellen Heyer asked:
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Fri May 2, 2014
Rebecca Marvel answered:
Go to google maps, type in the address of the property and you should be able to see how close it is to everything including parks.
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Sun Apr 20, 2014
John Reeves answered:
T3 Fitness at 11600 W North Ave
Wauwatosa, WI

West Suburban YMCA at 2420 N 124th St
Wauwatosa, WI

Fitness Together - Wauwatosa at 2525 N Mayfair Rd
Milwaukee, WI,
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Tue Feb 25, 2014
Matthew Szymuszkiewicz answered:
Hope the information below helps this is per
Let me know if I can assist you further.

Matthew Szymuszkieiwcz
Shorewest Realtors

Florist Highlands is safer than 66% of the neighborhoods in Milwaukee.
The crime rate in Florist Highlands, Milwaukee is less than 1% of the cities in Wisconsin.
The estimated chance of being a victim of a crime in Florist Highlands is 1 in 21.
The estimated chance of being a victim of a violent crime in Florist Highlands is 1 in 124.
The estimated chance of being a victim of a property crime in Florist Highlands is 1 in 25.

Florist Highlands, Milwaukee crime information )Per Year)


Violent crime 810 (estimate) 999 281
Property crime 4,085 (estimate) 5,038 2,454
Total crime index 4,895 (estimate) 6,037 2,734
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Wed Feb 5, 2014
Patrick Vandenberg answered:
Hello, Milwaukee is NOT within 35 minutes of Kenosha in Bad Weather......Check out Union Grove or Burlington. Western Kenosha County, Somers, Pleasant Prairie.
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Wed Sep 25, 2013
cindysunflower51 asked:
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Sat Aug 24, 2013
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Thu Jun 27, 2013
Melissa Musante answered:
Of course it depends on what you're looking for but I think one of the hottest up and comers right now is the Layton Blvd West Area which includes three different communities. Others have suggested Bay View, and the Heights, and these area GREAT Milwaukee neighborhoods, but they're pretty established and really popular and often tough to find a house at the right price point.
LBWN has a lot going for it but you can still get a home for a very low price. Here's a recent profile I did of this neighborhood for as one of my Creative Communities profiles:

The other place that's often overlooked is The Martin Drive Neighborhood. Here's my profile on that area:

If you'd like to go explore give me call! 414-305-2109
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Sat Jan 19, 2013
katiesg answered:
Oh, Tiffany..... It was as I expected. It is your own child that you do not want to "babysit". How about if you looked at it as "parenting" since "babysitting" is what you do when you watch other people´s children. Parenting is the term that one should use when it is their own child, which is the case here.

To answer your question: it is a fire hazard to lock all doors from the inside.
A majority of the doors are locked from the outside so that strangers can not get in. Only main entrances are open from the outside and are monitored to see who is coming in for the saftey of the students.

A school wants to work WITH parents to help the students. It is unfortunate when the school is more involved in the life of the student (and in the discipline of the student) than the child´s own parent.
South Milwaukee has a great school system with professionals who care.
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Sat Jan 19, 2013
katiesg answered:
1) There are video cameras in the hallways that monitor what is happening.
2) In a previous post you wanted students to be able to get out of class to "use the bathroom" when they could use common sense and go to the bathroom before class starts or wait until the end of class.
3) When students "go to the bathroom" they roam the halls, vandalize property or sometimes they leave the building and don´t come back.
4) Thus, your two posts contradict each other.

Furthermore, you are upset that students skip school but can´t be troubled to help out for the common good by "babysitting". But want others to do the "babysitting" for you (probably of your children). Shouldn´t parents be liable for their child´s bad behavior? Also, do not tell me that it is the teacher´s responsibility to babysit. Their degrees are in education AND their field of expertise and they are busy trying to educate your child.
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Sat Jan 19, 2013
katiesg answered:
Students are allowed to use the restrooms. Don´t be ridiculous. Those who are denied to leave the room are probably troublesome students who have a history of being up to no good. Or they may be asked to wait it if they are taking a test, or some other circumstance where they need to wait. The exams do not last the entire 90 min so they should be able to finish and then use the bathroom.
Furthermore, if they used their passing time to go to the bathroom instead of talking to friends in the hallway, then when they get to class they wouldn´t have to ask to use the bathroom. Students at this age need to learn responsibility, and if they can´t figure out to use the restroom before class starts, they have issues.
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Wed Jan 2, 2013
Abu Musa answered:
You may visit . Also you may talk to the local police station.
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