- good location to live
- places to go, entertainment
- job and economy
- etc, whatever comes to your mind
Is Union St/Dorchester St located in downtown area? Is it a bustling commercial or residential area?
4 to 5 hundred a month would get you a decent rental on the West Side.
Wow y'all are lucky. We've to cough out monthly for our carecard:
$54 for one person
$96 for a family of two
$108 for a family of three or more
I would appreciate you views on the following area please:
- Olive Street (for living)
- Garden St (for living)
- Ritchie St (for living)
- Waterloo St (for living)
- Atlantic Av (for working)
Oh,if you choose Olive..don't move into the large hovel on the corner of Prince & Olive.I wouldn't force a skunk to live there!i keep wondering why the City hasn't forced its removal!!
I've lived in Saint John forever,so I have the knowledge on the place. Union & Dorchester, as a place to live-NO WAY! Union used to be part of the uptown business area, but today there are only a number of bars along it's stretch. Dorchester used to be where all the major whorehouses existed,now torn down and nothing to replace them.4 to 5 hundred a month would get you a decent rental on the West Side. Your driver's license is good here for a fewe months,but you have to change over to ours eventually. Medicare cardsare isssued free here,probably you'd have to contact them and get a replacement. There are jobs,too,but mostly in the Call Center industry..but that depends of your range of skills .The major employer here is The Irving Group[refineries,newspaper,machines shops,ship chandlers,gas stations,convenience stores,building supplies[just about any industry you can think of..Irving has control of it]
Colpy, Were you in Saint Johns in 1968??