Growing up in the L.A. suburb of Cypress Hills is not something many people would think of as a great place to live.
The suburb has a population of just over a million people, and is home to some of the city’s largest tech companies.
The average house price in Cypress is about $400,000.
In contrast, a typical family in the city of San Francisco has a median household income of $82,400.
But the suburbs’ high housing costs have left many residents struggling to make ends meet.
The first generation to arrive in Cypres’ inner city were largely African American.
While the suburbs were initially a hotbed of entrepreneurship, the last 20 years have seen the area fall into disrepair.
A combination of factors including poverty, crime, and the death of a longtime resident, Kody, in 2010, have pushed many families to leave the area.
Many have since returned to other parts of the country.
But for the residents of Cypres, that’s just the beginning.
“A lot of people in the area are not used to having someone of their own around,” said Scott Taylor, a 23-year-old Cypress High School student who grew up in Cypris and now lives in Santa Monica.
“It’s a pretty big shock for people to get out of the area.”
It’s hard to pinpoint exactly how many people left Cypress because, unlike the city that they grew up with, there are no official statistics for the area’s population.
But Taylor said there are at least 10 different schools, a small park, and an entire community park in the surrounding area that have been built or are planned.
“You can go in the community and there are a lot of small businesses,” he said.
“You can have your own little bar and restaurant.
You can rent a house.
You have your home.
And if you’re in the suburbs, it’s very small.
There’s no way to know how many families live there.”
When I asked him what it was like to go back to Cypress, Taylor replied: “It was hard to imagine.”
Taylor’s mother, Kim, also left Cypres with her family after she moved to Los Angeles from Detroit and started a business.
She had a tough time finding a job when she arrived in Cypresses.
She was in school and had been able to buy a car.
She and her husband, Joe, decided to move to Santa Monica to pursue a career in tech.
But they were surprised to see the high rents in Cypess.
“I saw Cypress on TV, but I never really understood the size of the town,” Kim Taylor said.
The couple decided to stay in Cypers for the first year of high school and, after high school, they moved to the neighborhood, Taylor said, “to try and make the best of what we had.”
Kody Taylor had to wait a long time for a job, he said, and his parents are still looking for work after working so hard.
It took him about a year and a half to find a job as a server in the Cypress Mall Mall food court, Taylor told me.
But when he returned home, he realized his family was in a terrible situation.
Taylor’s mother lost her job, and he and Kim were struggling to get by.
They had to work two jobs to pay the bills.
“It’s the hardest thing you can ever imagine,” Kim said.
“We’ve been looking for a place to be for the last 10 years,” Scott Taylor said in a telephone interview.
“We’ve done everything we can do.”
Taylor and his mother say that for the past six years, they’ve been trying to find another place in Cyprites neighborhood.
“I would love to be in Cypills and be a part of the Cypresses culture, but we have no idea,” Taylor said as he held a stack of letters from his mother.
“She had a great career,” he added.
“She was a great person.
I just wish I had a job.”
And we don’t have a clue.””
This is what you dream about growing old in.
And we don’t have a clue.”
When asked how long it would take for him to find work, Taylor responded, “Maybe 10 years.”
Kim Taylor said she has been looking into the possibility of moving to New York, where her daughter’s mother works.
But it has been tough for her and her family.
“Our family is in a pretty bad place,” Kim told me over the phone.
“A lot has happened to us.”
Taylor said that, while he’s grateful for the help he’s received from the Cypres Police Department, he’s also frustrated.
“The Cypress Police Department is doing a great job, but the people they call are the ones that are trying to kill me,” Taylor told TechCrunch.
“They don’t even know what the problem