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Thu Aug 17, 2017
Bhushan Patil asked:
Hi Everyone, I am looking an accommodation in downtown Columbus. Some people said it is not a safe place to live. Can anyone guide me and advise me in this regards and give me details about…
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Fri Aug 4, 2017
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Wed Jul 19, 2017
Twyattcols answered:
Columbus is the biggest city in Ohio- in both population and area (square mileage).
Franklin county (where Columbus is) just moved to #1 as the most populous county in the state.
Columbus Metro Area is not currently the biggest in the state, but... The Columbus Metro Area is projected to become the biggest in the state by 2025. ... more
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Tue Jul 18, 2017
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Thu Jul 6, 2017
Tajaedesiree asked:
She said her partner would be covering my half of the lease.
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Sat Jun 24, 2017
Denise Cartwright answered:
Hi I'm Denise Cartwright I'm look for a 3 bedroom please help call 256604 2946
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Wed Jun 21, 2017
Jamestimmerberg answered:
I moved to Forest Glen in January 2017. I had previously lived in western Ohio. I was concerned about crime before we moved here (the price on our house seemed to good to be true). But I rolled the dice because the neighborhood is gorgeous, and the housing value is unbeatable. The gamble paid off. There is no crime. The neighborhood feels very safe. And none of my neighbors have expressed any concern about crime.

And, in case your wondering, Mill Creek Park is also very safe. I try to take my dog there three times a day, and I've never encountered any problems.
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Wed Jun 14, 2017
Cynthia Bender answered:
Sorry . . . no. This particular property does not allow any dogs. So sorry . . .
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Sat May 27, 2017
Marilyn Stowers answered:
Several areas in North Linden is bad. Sorry to be vague, but it really depends on the street, not just the district. It's very important to look at the "crime" details posted on here and like you already did, ask questions. I also have a daughter and we need a safe area to live. I'm also figuring out that just because the houses and area looks does not mean it's safe. Please carefully do your research. Good luck! ... more
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Sun May 21, 2017
Mellymel1222 answered:
Maudine Ormsby

Maudine Ormsby was at the center of one of the most notorious pranks in U.S. college history. In the fall of 1926, Miss Ormsby was named Homecoming Queen at the Ohio State University. Rosalind Morrison won the Homecoming Queen election, but because only 10,000 students were enrolled and 12,000 votes had been cast, it was clear the election had "irregularities". Rosie, as she was known, was named Queen, but being an honorable woman, withdrew when the fraud became apparent. Runner-up, Maudine Ormsby, a mystery candidate nominated by the College of Agriculture but not enrolled as a student, became Homecoming Queen. However, it was the utterly unique Queen that was the greatest irregularity—Maudine Ormsby was a Holstein cow.

Maudine Ormsby was crowned Queen and viewed her subjects as part of the homecoming parade. According to OSU, however, she did not attend the dance held in her honor. Rosalind Morrison Strapp, would joke the rest of her life that her epitaph should read, "But for Maudine, here lies the queen."
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