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Green Meadows is better than Watts
people just like making up stereotypes!
My ancestors used to own Green Meadows Ranch. I wrote a book on it.
@ rosehills 90032 green meadows is not dangerous
why is LA so cool
I have lived in this area since 2007 and i find it very nice . good population mix of kids, teenagers, adults and seniot citizens.
it wouldnt be a problem if you guys lived here you dont kno our struggle its not as bad as it used to be!
This neighborhood could never get better as long a there are drug dealers and parents who allow their children to roam the streets, the best thing is to move out because the cops are always too busy to help our community!
Near the intersection of 120th @ Central is North Harbor;however to this map this is Green Meadows. Anyways, using this map, the nice area of Green Meadows, with nice houses and nice neighborhoods is located South of the 105 freeway or South of Imperial. This areas have some houses with no fences and are well kept. This area is next to Watts. I hope like in Watts this area gets redevelop. The residents of this area do also need access to grocery stores, safe entertainment, and option to buy new houses too.
I remember going to visit my girl and she hadn't made it home yet, so I parked and went to the pay phone to call her. I've roamed the streets of the Southside of Chicago, so it was not a problem to do the same in Green Meadows, right? I almost thought I was talking to my mother, the way she was yelling at me to get off that corner at 2am! Thanks, Ms. D!
It's the most dangerous place in Los Angeles . and it has a beautiful name too it. so sad'
It's the most dangerous place in Los Angeles.
Not to be confused with Green Acres...
LIVE AND DIE IN L.a. 99 on mine .....nobody does it better wtf is green meadows the park wow... naww ya got the game mest up its consider south central for ous that really live there not those that just drive by and think they know what they talking about
i used to stay here .its ghetto fabulous no thanks.
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