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#5952076 - 07/16/17 06:44 PM Minneapolis - St. Paul??
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What areas of the twin cities would be decent to live in without breaking the bank? Suburbs? Probably looking at around 250K home..
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#5952095 - 07/16/17 07:06 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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If you want to have decent escape access to getting up to the north central and northwestern vacation areas I would look at the western suburbs of minneapolis. You would do well with that money in saint Louis park, golden valley, new hope, parts of Minnetonka.
I would avoid Brooklyn center, Brooklyn park, Champlan, Hopkins or Robbins dale.
Somewhat depends if you have to be at a certain place daily for commute reasons.
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#5952115 - 07/16/17 07:25 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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I prefer the east side. Mainly because Washington county votes conservative. White bear, Hugo, Forest lake, all less than 30 minutes from either city. 35e and 35w both have been redone with concrete from the split south. 35e all the way to St Paul.
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#5952129 - 07/16/17 07:33 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Originally Posted By: trapperkeck
What areas of the twin cities would be decent to live in without breaking the bank? Suburbs? Probably looking at around 250K home..


Why in the world do you want to leave a small town and move to a big city (s)
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#5952147 - 07/16/17 07:49 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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The twin cities area is all a toilet. It's all quickly becoming Little Somalia.

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#5952152 - 07/16/17 07:52 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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I have visited the twin cities on work trips. I would not live there or close to the city. The nicer suburbs, possibly.
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#5952158 - 07/16/17 07:57 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Go west along the MN river New Prauge area.

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#5952165 - 07/16/17 08:04 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Spent 13+ years at a Academy for juveniles many came from that area not the quality of life your looking for~
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#5952196 - 07/16/17 08:38 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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I live in Belle Plaine which is about 45 miles southwest of the Twin Cities. I worked construction and made the drive all around the cities for 40 yrs. I never wanted to get any closer than I am. If you can try to stay out of the seven county metro area. The taxes are cheaper.

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#5952203 - 07/16/17 08:50 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Belle Plaine is very nice. My brother retired from Scott County Sheriffs department.

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#5952206 - 07/16/17 08:54 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Lake street and Hennipen now thats the toilet. Suburbs are ok just stay west.

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#5952214 - 07/16/17 09:06 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: rags57078]
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Originally Posted By: rags57078
Originally Posted By: trapperkeck
What areas of the twin cities would be decent to live in without breaking the bank? Suburbs? Probably looking at around 250K home..


Why in the world do you want to leave a small town and move to a big city (s)
Something like a 100K+ salary...LOL
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#5952216 - 07/16/17 09:08 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Oh, and the city girl I live with. Actually, thinking about living cheap for a few years and then purchasing a fishing resort/lake home north of the cities to retire on.
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#5952219 - 07/16/17 09:10 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: Born]
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Originally Posted By: Born
I prefer the east side. Mainly because Washington county votes conservative. White bear, Hugo, Forest lake, all less than 30 minutes from either city. 35e and 35w both have been redone with concrete from the split south. 35e all the way to St Paul.
Maybe I should head to NW side to bolster some conservative values. wink
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#5952222 - 07/16/17 09:12 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: stinkypete]
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Originally Posted By: stinkypete
Lake street and Hennipen now thats the toilet. Suburbs are ok just stay west.
Lake and Hennepin has the hottest young chicks you ever hope to see. From there, a short walk (jog) to Lake Calhound where those chicks bounce their stuff all day on the pedestrian paths around the lake.

The real toilets are closer in. If it's Somali-phobia avoid the West Bank of the U of M.

The Metro area is unbelievably huge and diverse. There are pockets or affordable, livable neighborhoods almost everywhere. I have actually considered downsizing to an urban apartment, and a hunting/farming acreage within a 50 mile drive.

Without knowing where you might be commuting daily; I assume you have ties to NE, so try to stay near I94 or 212 if'n you're going to be headed back on a regular basis.

Rogers, Elk River, Otsego and even St Michael, Albertville, Montecelo are decent, reasonable and manageable commutes on the north end. Cologne, Hamburg, Chaska, and a bunch of others work well on the south end.

Give us a better idea of your goals, and we can probably help narrow your search.

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#5952224 - 07/16/17 09:12 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Stpaul has sprawled well past the suburbs of forest lake Born!

Chisago it goes back 20 years. I would go a bit farther north than that and stay off 35!

(I grew up and still have family from flake to ely). When you're gone for a bit and return it becomes immediatly obvious!


Go north!

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#5952226 - 07/16/17 09:14 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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North of the cities within reason of your commute.
Driving into the sun sucks in the morning.
Easy axcess for further north, then too .
East of Hudson on the Wisconsin side also.
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#5952232 - 07/16/17 09:21 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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I'm just testing the waters at this point. I have applications out for administrative positions at the University of MN and a couple of other places. One in the Anoka area and two others closer to the St. Paul metro area. Probably, a better chance that I will just stay here, but if I get an offer I can't refuse. I'm headed north!
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#5952234 - 07/16/17 09:23 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Elk River area ain't bad... if you're into that kind of thing...
Get a place on the outskirts of the cities. When I say outskirt I am talking 45 minute to an hour drive to the cities. Much simpler out there. Things aren't as cramped.
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#5952236 - 07/16/17 09:31 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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My neighbors brother has a place for sale in Independence. That is west side of cities I think.
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#5952237 - 07/16/17 09:32 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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The U of M is most accessable from I 35 and Mn 36. I would be looking North, such as Forest Lake, Stacey, North Branch; or east, even as Far as Hudson or RiverFalls, Wisconsin.
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#5952239 - 07/16/17 09:35 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Try umnd? Or st cloud? Duluth is an awesome area!

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#5952243 - 07/16/17 09:37 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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St. Cloud seems nice, or one of the smaller towns between there and the cities..
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#5952244 - 07/16/17 09:37 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Forget any political considerations. The entire state is over ruled in the elections by Minneapolis, Saint Paul, and Duluth. Democrats.
If you have the choice for even money, of those you listed go with Anoka and live somewhere north of there. We'll have a bump someday up here if you take that advice. You'll thank me.

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#5952245 - 07/16/17 09:38 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Sorry TRex. Flake stacy north branch is all growing rapidly thanks to the freeway! Carlos avery is way over hunted has been for many years. Id go farther north!

And dont forget UMN rush hour in the cities!

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#5952248 - 07/16/17 09:39 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Over an hour each way twice a day grows old in a big hurry.

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#5952249 - 07/16/17 09:39 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: Law Dog]
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Originally Posted By: Law Dog
Spent 13+ years at a Academy for juveniles many came from that area not the quality of life your looking for~
What the heck did you do? Most of the kids at Lino are either released or transferred at less than half that time.
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#5952252 - 07/16/17 09:40 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Like any city, the closer in you are, the more spendy it is and higher the crime rate, taxes, etc.

There are some geographic differences in the suburbs that surround the metro. If you like to fish, I'd head NE of the metro....and as stated, more of a conservative feel up in that area. But really just get out aways and it will be nice.

The further you commute, the better it will be. Takes me almost an hour to get to work...it's worth the drive.

Lots of people live just over the border in WI, too. Nice areas there, And not a horrible commute in.
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#5952253 - 07/16/17 09:41 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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One other nice thing about duluth, if the drive, easy access to large chunks of woods, game, fish etc isnt enough.... you're 2 hours from the bwca and 30 mn from the wi brule (steelie mania) wink

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#5952255 - 07/16/17 09:43 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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LOL T-Rex, I am less than 3 miles from Hudson.If I was younger I would head further north.
I remember when Lake Elmo and woodbury were pretty much farm communities.Carrying a shotgun down lake elmo road ,never raised anyones eyebrows--lol -try that today and see where you land.
Tom
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#5952260 - 07/16/17 09:45 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Cal, what ever happened with the tax deal, Living in wi working in mn.... happened around 7/8? Yrs back maybe. I think walker was part of it.

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#5952270 - 07/16/17 09:51 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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I just read this entire thread. Holy smokes. You all is city slickers, lol. I skoff every time I hear someone wants to live rural and work in the city. That would be like getting torn apart. Bemidji is 130 miles south of me.
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#5952282 - 07/16/17 10:02 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Tradbow. I don't recall what exactly happened there....but my workmake just retired and moved to WI. His healthcare is 1/3 of what it would have been had he stayed in MN. He says the cost of living is substantially less as well.

As stated above, people deal with all this headache for the money. Hard to make 100K outside the hustle and bustle. I'm not saying its worth the trade off....just the way it is. But of course you pay more to live in it as well.
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#5952283 - 07/16/17 10:02 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Brian, I would say it's all going to depend on where you get a job and how far you are willing to drive each day.

Do you want ot live in the hustle and bustle. More of a rural setting?

Me, I'd live in the Norwood/Young America area, or Cologne, Faribault, Vessily, Lonsdale, Farmington, Buffalo etc. You can still buy houses in the country if you aren't opposed to driving 40 50 miles a day to work plus traffic. Traffic is the killer.

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#5952284 - 07/16/17 10:03 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapper les]
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Originally Posted By: trapper les
I just read this entire thread. Holy smokes. You all is city slickers, lol. I skoff every time I hear someone wants to live rural and work in the city. That would be like getting torn apart. Bemidji is 130 miles south of me.
Funny you say that. I think all of the businesses I have applied at have more employees than the population of the town I currently live in. LOL
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#5952286 - 07/16/17 10:05 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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I live in a dying town of 180 souls, and work all over the surrounding area.
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#5952288 - 07/16/17 10:05 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Get an apartment downtown,jump right in with both feet.

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#5952290 - 07/16/17 10:10 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Well, if I get something nailed down, at least I have a bunch of folks to call on for advice in the area. wink
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#5952291 - 07/16/17 10:11 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
trapper les Offline
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The animals you trap don't always know boundries. There is opportunity in the metro too.
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#5952292 - 07/16/17 10:12 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: Boco]
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Originally Posted By: Boco
Get an apartment downtown,jump right in with both feet.
I'm sure there are any number of fur-friendly apartment complexes in the area that won't mind a carcass pile next to the dumpster. Eh?
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#5952294 - 07/16/17 10:13 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Go across the river east to Hudson WI. Quick trip to St. Paul, see what you think of that area. I loved Hudson along the St crois River.
Jim


Edited by jabNE (07/16/17 10:13 PM)
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#5952297 - 07/16/17 10:15 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Loc: james bay frontierOnt.
I left a couple carcasses in the back of my truck once when visiting a buddy in Toronto.
Only took a couple hours before the little Jamaican kids found them and were playing with them out in the street,throwing them in front of traffic,lol.
You can have a lot of fun in the city interacting with other cultures.


Edited by Boco (07/16/17 10:16 PM)

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#5952298 - 07/16/17 10:15 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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There is some really good trapping opportunities within a reasonable driving distance of the metro area.

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#5952308 - 07/16/17 10:26 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: T-Rex]
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Originally Posted By: T-Rex
Originally Posted By: Law Dog
Spent 13+ years at a Academy for juveniles many came from that area not the quality of life your looking for~
What the heck did you do? Most of the kids at Lino are either released or transferred at less than half that time.


Yep got to where they would not send them out of State in the later years when the budgets got tight they wanted to keep them in State. Rasmey Co was the biggest provider at that time.
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#5952310 - 07/16/17 10:31 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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I always stay near here when I visit. Very nice place and allows hunting and fishing. Would be cool to live close to.

Not sure about trapping it though...

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#5952315 - 07/16/17 10:42 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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I would not move to MN for any amount of money. This state is one step behind Cal.

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#5952328 - 07/16/17 11:11 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: Steven 49er]
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Originally Posted By: Steven 49er
Brian, I would say it's all going to depend on where you get a job and how far you are willing to drive each day.

Do you want ot live in the hustle and bustle. More of a rural setting?

Me, I'd live in the Norwood/Young America area, or Cologne, Faribault, Vessily, Lonsdale, Farmington, Buffalo etc. You can still buy houses in the country if you aren't opposed to driving 40 50 miles a day to work plus traffic. Traffic is the killer.



Norwood Young America is definitely a good option. Very good community from what I've experienced.
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#5952339 - 07/17/17 12:30 AM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Plenty of places for sale around Mille Lac lake. Plenty of resorts for sale also whistle
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#5952357 - 07/17/17 05:16 AM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Cal.... agreed on cost of living. The tax game was for working stiffs. Something about paying state taxes in both states at tax time. I may be off i dont remember specifics. What i do remember was it was sort of a dbl jeapirdy. You got tagged for living in wi. And tagged for working in mn. Was dating a gal that was caught up in this. As did my old mans co worker. If you're going to do this commute i'd look into it. One retired the other moved over it, the original savings were gone, it cost her more at the end of the year.





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#5952466 - 07/17/17 08:44 AM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Registered: 12/29/13
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Loc: St. Croix County, Wisconsin
I commute to the cities when working in the office from Somerset Wi. Great place to live. Plenty of homes to the north in the country. Quiet, peaceful and animals galore. Wouldnt do it any other way. Grew up in Hudson and left 27 yrs ago. Wouldn't think of going back.

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#5952469 - 07/17/17 08:48 AM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Be a good time to put in for a bear tag as long as your handing out in MN for a while!
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#5952474 - 07/17/17 08:58 AM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Loc: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Hudson is booming and has a great little downtown area. Buying now anything near the St. Croix river will only grow in value. We have an office in Eau Claire but tend to hold events in Hudson.

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#5952940 - 07/17/17 06:51 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Anywhere where you have to take I-94 from the west into the metro SUCKS. The traffic is horrible both morning and afternoon. Elk River, Monticello, St. Michael, etc. are some of the towns I would avoid.


Edited by goldy (07/17/17 06:59 PM)

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#5952980 - 07/17/17 07:53 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: trapperkeck]
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Randy, they all suck when you are from smallsville MN lol.

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#5953004 - 07/17/17 08:31 PM Re: Minneapolis - St. Paul?? [Re: Steven 49er]
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Originally Posted By: Steven 49er
Randy, they all suck when you are from smallsville MN lol.

Ain't that the truth

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