The 2011 list of America's Best Places to Live has been released. Which cities and towns made the cut this year? The answers may surprise you unless you already live in one of these idyllic places.
The top of the list of America's Best Places to Live is Louisville, CO. The city of 18,400 was chosen for its low 6.4 percent unemployment rate as well as its low crime rate. The area also has good housing prices and highly rated schools. Do you happen to live in this city? If so, do you agree with CNN Money's assessment?
Rounding out the top 10 are Milton, MA; Solon, OH; Leesburg, VA; Papillion, NE; Hanover, NH; Liberty, MO; Middleton, WI; Mukilteo, WA and Chanhassen, MN. Each of these fine cities were chosen for their low unemployment rates, jobs, housing and low crime along with amenities they offer.
Do you live in any of these cities? Do you think they belong on the list of America's Best Places to Live 2011? Is your city anywhere on the list of the best 100?
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