I live and work in Port Charlotte, FL. It is a small town compared to larger cities in Florida. It has just about any type of amenity you may be looking for such as schools, Port Charlotte Town Center Mall, restaurants, grocery stores, commercial businesses, hotels, hospitals and medical facilities, churches, libraries and more. Many of the businesses along US 41 were rebuilt or renovated after hurricane …
Port Charlotte is a very congested town with much of the population coming in "snow bird" season, roughly October-March. It's economically depressed. The pictures you find online are very deceiving, as there are few places that actually look that way in the town. Based on what most say, the town has never fully recovered from the devastation that Hurricane Charlie brought over 10 years ago and the …
hmitchellPosted on Jun 17, 2015
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