Moving to Wylie
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Garland, TX

#22 Mar 26, 2010
wyle,according to legitimate demographics is only 2.1% black and 10% hispanic- any community that is predominantly white is going to suffer the consequences of being called a racist community.this is just how it is nowdays.personally, i prefer to live in an area that's not as diverse because i feel more comfortable around people of my own race.that's normal regardless of what some people might say.
if demographics are important to you regarding where u call home ,go here
concerned too

Wylie, TX

#23 Apr 2, 2010
Don't move here, poor roads, poor planning and zoning plus lots of low income housing attracting scum from Dallas not to mention bikers and local meth labs,,,i'd move in a heartbeat if my house would sell
Snobs Need Not Apply

Dallas, TX

#24 Apr 17, 2010
Former Wylie Resident wrote:
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You don't follow very well - I did in 2001! What cracked me up about Wylie is everyone is walking around like they are so perfect, and better than others, and there were those two Baptist women and one chopped up the other! They made a movie about it -
Don't believe me? Watch the movie trailer here -
Evidence of Love
Candy Morrison was a good wife, mother and regular church-goer, but underneath her cool demeaner lay a hotbed of unrest. Bored with the daily routine of life in a small town, Candy sets her sights on her best friend Peggy's husband and soon becomes involved in a passionate affair
What a dummy you are. The ax murder's real name was Candy Montgomery. Always read the book before you see some lame TV movie that never gets it right. And if you think Wylie is so Hoity-Toity, try living in neighboring Rockwall aka the Snob Capital of Texas.

United States

#25 Jul 21, 2010

Saint Louis, MO

#26 Jul 28, 2010
I love Wylie, it's growing and going to be REALLY nice in few years.. good investment in houses and land - i hope all the young growing families that are hard working and want to make good living in great communities move here and join us!
Hispanic - male

Phoenix, AZ

#27 Jul 29, 2010
Wylies Resident 2 years:

I purchased my second home in Wylie 2 years ago. A week after we moved in my daughter and I where looking for our golden retriver which had ran off earlier in the day. My daughter and I were followed home by a neighbor in her car and accoussed of be specious looking to the Wylie PD. This has been the only incident and I guess you could say this neighbor did not know us as we had just move to the neighborhood.

All my Wylie neighbors since have been and are very welcoming.

And, I like it here...-
just asking

Mesquite, TX

#28 Jul 15, 2014
I am looking for a small not to far from Dallas, I live in Mesquite and love it, but its to move. I will be 55 soon. I am done with fast life. Is Wylie the place to check out?

Bedford, TX

#29 Jul 15, 2014
just asking wrote:
I am looking for a small not to far from Dallas, I live in Mesquite and love it, but its to move. I will be 55 soon. I am done with fast life. Is Wylie the place to check out?

Wylie, TX

#30 Jan 17, 2015
that is so not I have lived in Wylie for 13 years now (and still do) and I have not seen, heard , or met anyone like that great neighbor hoods big city hall with a free library and a reasonably priced rec. center the only crime and or issues we have had was a few stupid digdong ditchers (all teenage boys) and the only other thing was a drunk man distroied our mail box with his car and both of those problems were resolved quickly. Hope this helps!

Wylie, TX

#31 Jan 17, 2015
Center wrote:
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Then move back!!
OHHH!!! She/he told you!!!

Wylie, TX

#32 Jan 17, 2015
tawanda wrote:
THERE'S A SLUTfrom wylie called nykki, don't move there unless you want your kids to end up doing drugs and being a slut.
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Panama City, FL

#33 Jun 11, 2015
I lived in Wylie 20 years ago, married two girls. Lived in a new neighborhood at the time and commuted to Richardson. Low crime, good schools but very little to do. The lake is really more of a mudhole than a lake but better than nothing. We lived there for 3 years and overall it was OK.

Grapevine, TX

#34 Tuesday Sep 15
Former Wylie Resident wrote:
I lived in Wylie from 1989 to 2000. I left California in 1989 after the earthquake and I was told Wylie would be a good place to raise kids. Being a strong Christian, I bought a home there. Boy what a shocker that town was for me. If you are racist you will love it. A lady from the church we joined called me at work to tell me she saw my daughter talking to a black boy at a gas station. I said "ohmygosh what were they doing?" thinking they must be robbing it or something for her to call me at work. She said "talking, and I know you are the kind of mama that would not allow that kind of thing" I told her where to go, and we could not find one single church in Wylie that was not racist. We had to go all the way to Plano. The school and government is just as bad, friends of friends are in high places and if their kid doesn't like your kid, forget it your life is ruined there. My advice is do not move there! Unless it has changed drastically since 2000. Or unless you belong to the KKK then you will love it.
That's funny because I was reading another thread of yours and you said it was your land lord that called you and that you rented a house. strange.

Grapevine, TX

#35 Tuesday Sep 15
Former Wylie Resident wrote:
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We didn't live in a bad area - Graham Lane. Very racist though especially in the churches. And government too. When Butters became to PD I saw an improvement in PD not harassing citizens. I worked at Sanden as an executive secretary, and there was a hispanic woman in Accounting, and her husband was a line leader in the plant, nice respectable good couple, hard working, family oriented. He let his wife drive the nicer car, and he drove an old clunker. One day he was leaving work and PD made him get out, spread eagle on the concrete on 544, for no reason but they thought he looked bad (hispanic). He had done nothing wrong and was charged with nothing. PD used to be very bad about thinking everyone that worked at Sanden was a poor white trash druggie up to no good PD was clueless that Sanden also had engineers, clerical, managers, executives. They didn't make the little Japanese executives spread eagle on the concrete thoughI will say they were smart enough about that. They should have appreciated the revenue Sanden brought to that town instead of treating the line workers so badly. Their whole mindset (churches and government) if you weren't born and raised in Wylie then get out! I don't know who they thought was going to purchase all those new homes and expand the City's revenues though? I'm glad you feel at home there. Come to the SF Bay Area, you will see what liberal is though, and it is much different than Wylie. I'm a Conservative, but I don't like hate.
You also said that the Hispanic was slammed to the ground in your other thread. Weird.

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