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ONE GUYS PERSONAL OPINION - Random facts and anyplace cold to make it bad? Facts like : this town has 20% worse crime than the average in the USA. - Or the schools are 15% less than the national average. We can all pick a few random facts and frame them as negative on anyplace. NO TRUE CRITERIA IS GIVEN FOR WHY the negativity. You can randomly pick out any statistic (and where DID you get yours) and frame it as Good, bad or neutral. Example: Mt. Morris NY - Just outside of one Stunning Park which he admits and the downtown is cute which he admits but overall it sucks and pricing is over valued according to who - HIM again. Just random facts. Useless info unless you love this ONE guys opinion. Forget this video! NOTE- I do NOT live in any of these towns but find this a video to be one guys random opinion and weirdly chosen facts.
Despite what many of the environmentally "enlightened" seem to believe, I do NOT think it is best for mankind to cluster together in densely populated urban areas. If you do you must rely on huge central systems to provide your food, water, power, housing, transportation and security. This forces you to compromise the quality of your life and makes you much less capable of being self reliant. I live in a compact residence in Liberty, NY. It is a small rural town in the mountains 100 miles North of NYC. It provides for all my needs (many markets, eateries, Shops,, Library, Post Office and Houses of Worship are all a short stroll away). I don't own a car and and don't want to. My life is incredibly cathartic (and inexpensive). I often sit on my front porch, watch the clouds roll by, see the stars at night, listen to the birds and crickets, watch the occasional deer or four pass by, and yet I'm near enough to my two closest neighbors to say hi without shouting to them. SWEET! Poor NY towns can be very cool!
Its weird to not see my town of Massena on here. Especially durring this covid pandemic. We have one of the highest crime rates, multiple shooting and stabbings over the years. Huge poverty rates, and durring covid the highest rates outside major cities. We also have a low income average of 22.9k, with an average home rate of 72.7k. A huge imbalance of going rates to the economy. We also have the highest rates of drug use in the North country, and im talking hard drugs, not pot. This town is seriously far worse than any other on your list, and I'd honestly rank it like 3rd worst out of all the NY towns I've been too...
Watertown has had its fifteen minutes, courtesy of the late Harry Chapin. He "... spent a week there one afternoon". He called the song A Better Place to Be. The title, actually, does not refer to the town.
Miller Tool & Die is located, and was founded, in Jackson, MI. Their website makes no mention of Chapin, and the midnight watchman is not identified.
I can't believe I actually sat through this. I grew up in a small town in northern New York. If you'd have visited it, I'm sure it would have made your list. People live in these small towns for a variety of reasons, most of which don't seem to matter to you. 90 percent of New York is very rural with thousands of small towns that nobody has ever heard of.
Well your piece on "Nasa" NY seems off. Half the pics are from some random upstate town, judging by the cumberlands and stewarts. Then your next pic is the entrance to the Southern State Pkwy which is on Long Island. (far from upstate) . Followed by a pic of Queens NY (traffic) then a pic of a gated community which I believe is in Plainview or Woodbury which again is Long Island about 150 miles away from Albany. Did you mean Nassau County? NASA has astronauts. Nassau has assholes like me. There are no more mom and pop hardware stores. Home Depot, Lowes and ACE put them out of business. Also there's plenty to do AND its an ISLAND!!!! Boats, bars, half naked women. Not sure who you got your info from but you should punch them in the face for making you look like an idiot.
Thanks have a nice day
Do you realize you missed a few towns
While letting people know
What you think of the towns
Endicott NY do you realize once
IBM left there was nothing left
These companies help the towns with taxes !
GM left Weschester our lovely governor could could given them an incentive but no so
GM left !
Olean NY has a knife company
They make knives there then you have a American Olean Tile
Bolivar has really nothing in that town the history town is Angelica if your interested In history
Ellenville used to have a knife company there years ago but they went out the only thing Ellenville has going is the hospital ! They do have many vacant lots I have to agree with you on that !
Elmira is a cute town history there too ! Corning they used to make Corning ware to there not too sure if they do that anymore !
I've been attempting to make a post with a link about the 30 worst towns and cities to live in within NYS. Unfortunately, Google is playing overseer yet again deciding what posts are appropriate. 🤷♀️ Truth and law enforcement statistics are not high on their priority list apparently.
As someone who grew up around all of these towns I feel like this list really missed the mark. Watertown should have made the list at #1 and there are plenty of other towns. Give me a top 20 but keep it to the true North. Nothing below Syracuse. Brownsville is boring but they have Jodies Ice-cream and that shit hits different.
born and raised in Interlaken, ny. The home of the twilight zone.
Rod Serling, the create of that tv show, is buried in the town cemetery. He used the town settings in many of his stories.
He had a cottage just below the town.
the town? 900 people on a good day, and my 1960 graduating class had 28 kids! There actually is industry here, like the factory that makes the electronic guts for the big boy guitar makers. One good church. Many commute to Ithaca for jobs.
a nice town. Oh there is the usual small crimes and the usual dramas. Got to love winter though. 30 to 100 inches of snow per year and winter can last for six months or more. why on April first of 2021, there was an inch of snow on the ground. summers are nice if they have a summer.
Northern Appalachians. mountains nearby up to 2100 feet. 300 miles of hiking trails in the area and a national forest too. Last but not least is the Finger Lakes! Cayuga lake is just below the town.
thus IF you can fit in, a nice place to live.
I live in Northern New York which is north of upstate ny. The winters are long , the summers are short and good jobs are hard to find. The hiking is incredible, and so is the kayaking. There’s tons of history ie: fort Ticonderoga, the Battle of Plattsburgh against the British, lots of houses on the Underground Railroad. Lake Champlain is huge and great for boating and fishing. Winter sports are popular and so are hunting and fishing and yes ice fishing. I live one hour from The beautiful cultural Montreal, one hour from Lake Placid and one hour from Burlington Vermont. 👊🏻
I went to High School in Washingtonville and CC in Middletown. I recognized the Moodna Viaduct right away in the opening piece...was scared for a second that W-ville was going to be on the list! Used to drive a battery truck all over Orange, Sullivan and Rockland counties back in the day...my vote is Newburgh hands down. Some pretty run down places in Sullivan like Ellenville I agree... but I hated going to Newburgh more than anywhere else.