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For 15 years, and I fucking hated it. The playground noise, the traffic. I work from home and they drove me bonkers. We moved to get away from it and swore to never live on a block with a school again.Anyone ever live across the street to a school (elementary school)? Did you mind it?
Pro Tip: move to Boulder. Anything within 40 miles is considered cycling distance.I grew up next to a high school and around the block from a grade school. It was mostly good. Traffic wasn't too bad. But I have seen schools where it's crazy. Depends on how big the school is, what percentage drives, and the how they manage pick up and drop off. Imo, the best is when there's a long driveway with traffic flowing in one direction and plenty of parking, and the worst is when people double park to drop off or pick up.
Walking to school is ideal imo. I did that as a kid, except for junior high. And we made sure we got a house a few blocks from our kids' school. I'm actually thinking of moving close to whatever high school they go to, but probably won't. I hate car commutes.
Meh, I figure I'll be a year or two more tops. If my dumbass neighbors who have allowed this kind of shit to happen for 20 years are okay with it, why should I help them?Fiduciary responsibilities are a real thing. That's pretty much grounds for a forced resignation.