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Any town on a rail line within an hour of New York City has high prices because of the demand from families with breadwinners employed in the city. And rail and bus fares have risen dramatically.
Perhaps now posters can see why even $15 per hour is a poverty wage in New York City, not to mention the $7.50 minimum many get today.
It's more like 2 hours to get affordable rents making under 50k a year, I know I've been looking.
Posted by kovalev6
Wow I remember the city in the bad days; garbage strikes, high crime, trash and grafetti everywhere and people were leaving in droves and I was thinking.. should have bought back then, until I realized what the property taxes would cost me today.. I wonder about some of the smaller towns out on the Amtrak lines maybe.
Posted by nyadrn