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24-Feb-2020 16:13

Jobs only go to people who were born and raised here, which has been frustrating. We definitely like our privacy and don't want to live on Main Street and have people popping in constantly, but do still want to be a part of the community, if that makes sense. Laws regarding zoning, etc vary a lot county to county... I just took one class on that and it was focused on Madison Co in Central KY.

A second home would on the land and used as an exchange for a land manager, ie., they'd have a free 3 bedroom 2 bath 2 car garage mini farm on five fenced acres for free in exchange for helping with mending fences, tending garden, caring for livestock, etc.

I've only been here about 6 weeks, but we love the neighbors.

I also loved Chevy Chase and sometimes wish I were closer to the university, etc.

I have a cousin in Southern KY who lives off the grid and has no water hookup and that county doesn't care, in more suburban counties there can be a ton of regulations to negotiate That was one of the concerns, yes, thank you!!

Also just wondering if it's something the communities in the area would welcome I suppose. People here have been very welcoming and friendly, but we're definitely still held at arm's length.

A second home would on the land and used as an exchange for a land manager, ie., they'd have a free 3 bedroom 2 bath 2 car garage mini farm on five fenced acres for free in exchange for helping with mending fences, tending garden, caring for livestock, etc.

I've only been here about 6 weeks, but we love the neighbors.

I also loved Chevy Chase and sometimes wish I were closer to the university, etc.

I have a cousin in Southern KY who lives off the grid and has no water hookup and that county doesn't care, in more suburban counties there can be a ton of regulations to negotiate That was one of the concerns, yes, thank you!!

Also just wondering if it's something the communities in the area would welcome I suppose. People here have been very welcoming and friendly, but we're definitely still held at arm's length.

It's not exactly the same but there are "intentional communities" across the state where people do things like live off the grid and grow their own food. Not sure what your concerns are but if it involves zoning and codes the more rural the better.