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Its ok but i dont want to have to say that the pride and joy is a fast food chain Its only great because like its big brother west covina you have a large variety businesses giants its so compressed its easy to get around and as long as the people keep smiling its always going to be a great city
Baldwin Park is AMAZING. Most people have lived tere they're whole live and take it for granted but its the best place in the world to me. 91706 <3
May be a not-so fun town and the traffic on the I-10 is HORIBBLE...
...But it has the pride of being home to the very first In-N-Out Burger EVER!
The original store #1 is currently an In-N-Out store and museum
Baldwin Park is boring. It's a sore spot in the middle of the San Gabriel Valley.
This city has changed incredibly in the past 40 years. What was predominantly a white community has become highly hispanic. The gang population and graffitti has been greatly minimized in the past 20+ years, which is a definite plus. I would love to see more ethnic diversity in the city, especially at the business level. When businesses strictly aim at the latin market, your choices become limited and must seek other avenues for variety -- in other words, not supporting local vendors. Housing is relatively affordable, another plus.
Baldwin Park is filled with many crazy ganges and krews.
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