Hey everyone just moved to Burlington county a few months after being in Middlesex county for the majority of my life.
Now that I am fully vaccinated what are some notable places to eat in the area I should be checking out?
We currently live in a small townhome and need to upsize on account of the tiny humans.
It seems to me any 3 bedroom bungalows or smaller homes with a yard are currently selling for about $1million if they need work and $1.3-$1.5 million if they are renovated.
What. The. Heck.
I'm struggling to accept paying over a million dollars for two bathrooms and wall to wall shag carpet. Our daycare is in South Burlington so that is preferable though we'd drive down that way for the go train anyway so it's not necessary.
Any neighbourhoods that anyone has seen at a reasonable cost? Any advice on whether to buy now and suck it up and wait? Anyone else as perplexed as me?
Y'all are awesome.
I could go on and on about the benefits that r/burlington has to myself and the community. However, I do not consider myself a good writer and I have a slight irritation towards being verbose. So, I will keep this short and sweet, even though my admiration is enormous.
Thank you to all the people that make up this sub. I am even thankful for the lurkers. You see, I started a small bread bakery at the start of 2020 and being from out of town, you redditors really helped me out. When I needed help, y'all came through. I have received top quality employees and apprentices through here. I have gotten a few calls from media outlets, asking about details on postings I made. I have received enthusiastic support and customers from here and most likely lost a few along the way. Oops.
I am grateful for r/burlington. Helping another human live their dream. Thank you.
In other news, I obviously heard about Koffee Kup. To put it simply, that sucks. If you or anyone you know of is looking for work, I am hiring for a few part time positions. Maybe I can help some people out.
Wood processing job: To fire the large brick oven I need large amounts of wood. I am hiring people to help cut/split/stack wood for the oven. 3-4 hours/day. $12/hr. This position is part time with flexible scheduling once trained on equipment.
Baker: This job is part time. $13/hr during training period. $18/hr after that. No experience necessary. Must be 18 years old or above. If you are younger than 18 and want to learn this style of bread, still email me and we will see what can be done.
Email me a quick note about yourself, which position you are applying for, and any other information you think is relevant, if any. [email protected]
QEW closed at Burlington street. All traffic being forced off that exit. I believe it’s an accident investigation. Plan accordingly
Prospective Grad School student here. I live out in BC and I'll be relocating in the fall.
I'm wondering how bad the daily commute from Burlington would be like?