2.0 out of 10

Goodson St, Mineola

32.6621119771492 -95.4957430978354
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"Bad street in a bad neighborhood."

Goodson Street is in the middle of a very bad neighborhood, with open drug use and a high crime rate. Local police have increased their presence in the area, but as of yet there has been little to no improvement. Hosilities run high here and the threat of violence is constantly present. There are children in this neighborhood, but the effects of their surroundings are visiable upon most of them. Many youth here end up dropping out of school and getting in trouble with the law.

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