We moved to Mill Creek in 1998. To aid us in our home-buying decision, we created a quality-of-life spreadsheet, weighing factors such as affordability, location, housing stock, location, safety, location, diversity and location. Mill Creek had it all, especially a close proximity to everything: work, recreation, parks, downtown, University Circle, etc. Today our decision seems extra sound, especially in light of this year's big surge -- in energy costs.
The July 14 Time focused on some of the ways high gas prices are affecting us all. Believe it or not, writer Amanda Ripley found 10 Things You Can Like About $4 Gas. Number 2 on her list is the surging popularity of cities, living closer to where you work and play while spending and driving less. Read about it here.
This is the only urban sprawl we ever see at CadMur Manor