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  • 1.Discovery Playground

    5948 Fisher Rd


    7.42 mi

  • 2.Discovery Home Inspection Service, LLC

    291 Natchez dr


    13.26 mi

    BBB Rating: A+

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By: Cicily P.
Panda Daycare & Creative School
I was a teacher working for Panda. The building is nice but the management is terrible and unorganized. Other teachers are not happy either & the company serves the same meals every week. The company hired me, to tell me they no longer needed me due to the other teacher coming back and then the company will not provide me a letter saying I am no longer employed. ? Terrible experience!
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By: Jessica S.
Lake In The Pines
I would highly suggest the Lake in the Pines if you are okay with having to call the cops for a creeping peeping tom. OR if you're okay with coming outside to see several people "hot boxing". Never mind finding out your neighbor is a drug dealer. (By the way a murder occurred here less than 3 years ago. We didn't find that out until after moving in.) Additionally, forget having your beloved dog here...they refuse to treat the grass year round (They "stop in the winter" mind you its now mid March- apparently it's still winter to them?) Therefore, I have poured $1,500 into vet bills in the past 3 weeks in attempts to save his life. (He is currently now being hospitalized for multiple issues- starting with whip worm and hopefully ending in Giardia. The vet assured me just by walking in the grass, sniffing or eating it caused this...and he is always home no where else. Prior to living here he has never had any health conditions, also keep in mind all of this is transferable to humans.) Additionally, if you have a maintenance problem prepare for a wait. We have needed a door replaced that they broke during their last air filter change. We were assured they were ordering a door. Two months later its still not replaced. Lastly, the apartment assistant manager is very rude and refused to say sorry. The only comments out of her mouth were, "Be sure to fill out a 30 day notice to leave." In conclusion to live here you have to be a handy man, cannot have pets, or go without a gun. We are happily breaking our lease. What a nightmare!
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By: Kimmie G.
Trinity Child Care
Best preK program ever. My daughter attended the school last year and learned so much. The place was so clean and the workers are so kind and really take good care of the children there. I was so upset when my daughter finished the program and moved to a different school to st
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By: Janessa K.
Panda Daycare
my kids and i love it. they do crafts and field trips and my children are excited to go and sad to leave
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By: Rachael G.
Bingham Drive 24/7 Home Day Care
I had a great time getting to know her. She treats you like family not just a customer. Good luck with everything!
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By: Muva L.
Austin Creek
was wishing I could give 0 stars but I was forced to do one I am disappointed in the new management there after a shoot out one resident had with the police (mind you this is supposed to be a secure place to live) I decided to no longer reside there my lease was up at the end of the month so I didn't see a big deal they called me every day to convince me to stay. And when I refused they told me even though my lease was up I still had to pay next month's rent I agreed even though it was unfair. Signed my papers and moved on with my life. 3 months later I get a paper from them stating that they have charged me from January 31 until may 1st when I moved out on the 31st . But that's not all they claim I had some trash left behind in my apartment so they figured someone was living there that's why I was charged also. Along with the charges a eviction notice that I was unaware of and a light bill!!! I was outraged the manager Nikki states she can't do anything I'm confused on how I can be evicted from somewhere I have not lived in 3 going on four months. Oh and to put the icing on the cake I got charged for pet fees and I have no pets not one pet fee but two . Charged every month for the washer and dryer and trash pick up for every month I wasn't living there. No officer contacted . Neither did the office. When I asked why they never sent me anything the witch responded we posted it on your door . I asked why didn't she mail it she stated she didnt have my updated adress but she sure had it to send me this bill . Moral of the story don't waist your time or money they love to take advantage of you and charge you for every little thing even if it doesn't pertain to you
By: Ronnie B.
Forever Young Child Care
The owner of this company name is jean Weston ,wonderful person and great employer who respects and appreciate her employees .Ive never seen a place so full of happy employees and it was genuine happiness for working for this lady .She runs a tight ship and don't like loose ends.the childcare is reasonable and the transportation for the children is always prompt and willing to go the extra mile to get the job done.
By: Michelle W.
Dee's Loving Daycare
Yesterday, Oct 21, 2014, I was driving on Robeson Street around 6pm and the driver of Dee's Daycare Van #2 was texting while driving with other people's children in her minivan. When I shook my head no to her, she tried to side-swipe me twice! With other people's children in her vehicle. I would think twice before I let your children in her vehicle.
By: jessica.spatcher
Trinity Child Care
I was looking for childcare for my son & stopped in at trinity once I got off work!!! The workers looked so sluggish & unprofessional, the facility smelled like bleach the whole way through!!! (Unsafe) I asked the director what was the curriculum for my sons age & she couldn't give an accurate response. I was DISGUISED!!! It looks old & run down for inside out, I would've never sent my son there.
By: Edie B.
Lake In The Pines
my husband and I moved there about a year ago and got out as soon as we could. first of all, there were mulitple shootings in our time living there, I did not feel safe, whatsoever. secondly, these people will charge you for everything! their best internet is $50 a month and it only worked maybe two or three weeks out of the month, and when it did, was EXTREMELY slow! also, if you have any pets, not the place for you. there's is an initial $250 nonrefundable fee, along with $25 a pet per month. if your unit has any pet damage, do NOT think that will cover it. we spent well over $500 to have our pet there and when we got our security deposit back, with money taken out for pet damages, were told all that money was just for the "luxury" of being able to have a pet. the only reason I even give this place 1 star, is because I had to. Oh! and let Me not forget, their maintenance is AWFUL! our ac didn't work in the master bedroom, and they said that's just the setup to the apartment. to just block off all the other vents so it'll push air through. we tried, still didn't work! they were just too lazy to go check the ducts! it took them 10 min to determine that reason. whatever. anyway, HORRIBLE HORRIBLE PLACE TO LIVE!
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