GUEST VIEW: Is it wrong to want to retire to Niagara Falls?

    1 Comment

    From the Niagara Gazette:

    My name is Jayne Cuda and I grew up in Niagara Falls, New York during the ‘50s and ‘60s and I loved it. I currently reside in Los Angeles but return to my hometown six weeks each year.

    This June, I will be retiring from Los Angeles Unified School District after 30 years of service as a teacher, counselor and an administrator. My current plan is to buy a home in Niagara County…

    …But two major factors have come to my attention causing me to strongly question my decision to spend my retirement savings on property in Niagara Falls. First was an article printed in the Huffington Post dated June 27, 2016 entitled “10 Best and Worst Cities to Retire.” To my disbelief, I read the words, “Niagara Falls is the Worst Place in the Country to choose as a retirement consideration.” Let me repeat, “Worst Place in the Country.” The factors considered were crime, weather and taxes…

    One Response to “GUEST VIEW: Is it wrong to want to retire to Niagara Falls?”

    1. I don’t take anything the Huff and Puff Post too seriously. I would consider what you could buy for your money…it could go a long way in NF and not far away in Buffalo there are numerous great hospitals. If you include NF Canada you have casinos, lots and lots of restaurants. I think NFNY is due for a resurgence.

    Leave a Reply

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

    %d bloggers like this: