The fact of the matter is that Magnolia Village has great potential. What it needs is more diligent and productive staff, and more conscientious tenants. Perhaps more discerning qualifications for selecting tenants would also help.
It would look beautiful if the maintenance was kept up on the facade and the area around the dumpster wasnt a landfill every few weeks. It wouldnt hurt if the gate worked consistantly for @ least a month or two before breaking, or if there was a regular schedule for exterminators.
As it stands now, unless you live in the first two buildings youre more than likely gonna be parking @ Rhodes Jordan park, because that will be the only space you can find. And if you live in or around building 4 you can pretty much count on not sleep past 6 on a weekday due to the blaring car horn signaling your neighbors child they are late for the bus. Come to think of it, that car horn seems to come around on the weekend too, to sound repeatedly. You hope for someone, ANYONE to come see what the **** this idiot wants so **** stop blowing the horn @ 2am!!
Also, youll get to become familiar with the look and design of Lawrenceville police cruisers and local EMT and fire vehicles...
Other than all that its a swell place to live ;)