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Re: “The 25 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in America

I wonder whether those statistics reflect current or somewhat historic data. I happen to live in the new University Place development, and although we have a little more police presence than I have experienced outside of Midtown, there just hasn't been much action. Another thing that makes me wonder about the data is that the maps don't even reflect the new layout, and I have to give the pizza guy directions over the phone every time they deliver, because they can't get an updated internet map! I tend to agree with the Annesdale-Snowden resident, that the presence of that hotel makes the crime statistics go way up. All the same, I practice caution, given the number of people who walk the streets at Bellevue and Lamar. Perhaps if the hotel were closed and demolished, the lingering presence of people up to no good would dissapate.

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Posted by anon2009 on 06/23/2009 at 10:07 AM


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