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Once again this year, Money Magazine has released its prestigious list of 'The 100 Best Cities to Live In' in the United States:
I'm surprised at some of the cities (in Illinois - where I live) that made the list and equally surprised at a couple of cities that didn't make it.
What's your take on your part of the country?edit on 15-8-2011 by ChicagOpinion because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by kozmo
Folks, for starters, this is for suburbs. Second of all, this has nothing to do with who has the biggest/nicest houses. This is about LIVABILITY! They look at median HHI, cost of living, services offered, crime rates, school district rating, taxes, insurance rates, etc... This is not a mine is biiger than yours contest!