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I moved to College Station, TX, two years ago. It is a "college town" and boasts as the "Home of Texas A&M." It is only 1-3 hours from four major Texas cities: Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. By population College Station is small, but when counted with its sister-city, Bryan, and the massive population of students, we qualify for many major retail and restaurant chains not typically offered to smaller towns. CSISD is one the best school districts in the United States and my children are receiving top notch education from the public schools here. It is a very healthy city is many ways. Fitness is an obvious priority to the majority of the residents, as evidenced by the city's many tracks and trails which are always heavily populated. The city is growing rapidly with new homes and businesses being built constantly.With the surge in residents, traffic is a nightmare! I intend to pursue avenues to petition the city to increase traffic control measures.
College Station is a big city in the middle of no where. With the thousands of college students, this town can sometimes feel overcrowded, but if you have a deep love for Texas A&M, you'll love this town. Despite the city being "run by college students", the university and community have many functions available for families that reside here. There is almost always something going on for every kind of person, like sporting events, concerts, craft fairs, and more!
My name is Miricle Mitchell, thank you for your time today. I moved to College Station from Woodville Texas about two years ago, and I can not explain the impact the move was to my life. Being raised in a very small town, I was appalled at the many job opportunities College Station has to offer, as well as education opportunities such as: Texas A&M, Blinn College, and Vista College. Game days for the Aggies are always hectic and crowded with fans, including myself. I had to adjust to the speed of the town, as well as the abundance and diversity of all the students. Over a year ago, I signed for my 1st apartment (my current residence) and a couple of months ago I bought a car, so blessings and success have continually been poured down on me since I moved here. I am beyond grateful. College Station is a great town for a college student and families who want to settle down. Overall, I love the town, the people, and the Aggies, Gig 'Em!