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Best places to live Having moved from Naperville Il to greater Cincinnati OH a year and a half ago I can say that the Cincinnati suburbs have it all over Naperville. Less traffic, better roads and no tollways, beautiful scenery, cleaner, more culture, more and better resturants, shorter commutes with jobs in closer proximity to homes, better home values, larger home lots, closer to downtown, and better weather are a few of the advantages that Anderson township, Maderia, Union township etc. have over Naperville. Posted By Stuart Koford Batavia OH : 11:05 AM Long Beach, NY is a great place to live. We've got the Atlantic, all types of housing, a diverse community, and a commute to Manhattan of under an hour. All homes here are walking distance to the ocean, and we have a beautiful white beach and a 2.2 mile boardwalk where folks can walk, run, bicycle, attend concerts or just sit and enjoy the view. We're cooler in the summer and walmer in the winter than other localities by up to 10 degrees, and we have a wealth of leisure activities for all ages. Great restaurants and popular night spots attract people from all over the area. In short, Long Beach has much to offer, and if you love the ocean, there couldn't be a better place to live. Posted By E. Devine, Long Beach, NY : 12:01 PM Fort Collins is finally receiving the attention it deserves. We'll be moving back to Fort Collins in the next couple of years. It is a fabulous place beautiful, moderate climate, lots of sunshine and fresh air, and an open rural, yet culturally satisfying environment. It's also reasonably convenient to Denver International airport and all the additional activities and attractions in Denver, Boulder, and Rocky Mountain National Park. There's a beautiful new events center just outside of town that is attracting great concerts and sporting events. A new state of the art medical center is nearly completed. Recreation possibilities are endless. It's family friendly and open to newcomers. Career choices have taken us to other states for a few years now, but we will be returning to Ft. Anderson, Phoenix, Arizona : 12:30 PM I have lived in many places over the years, and I must say that Sparks, Nevada embodies everything any family could desire. The Money poll did not do justice to our fine town. The Money poll failed to mention our downtown events practically one every summer weekend the Rib Cook off, Hot August Nights events, Balloon Races, Street Vibrations, Farmer's Market, Fourth of July celebrations, events at the Sparks Marina. While some of these may be listed as Reno, Nevada events, Sparks has concurrent celebrations that provide great family outings. There is an abundance of sunshine, great family neighborhoods, friendly stores and even motorists who wave and graciously give access for turns and right of way! Our high schools enjoy broad community support for events such as football, marching band, and theater presentations. And the weather you can't beat the weather anywhere; lively springs, just right summers, colorful falls, and just the right amount of snow in winter. Posted By Teresa Blume, Sparks, Nevada : 12:33 PM I live in Fairfield, CT and, although I enjoy it, this city does not belong in the top 10. I grew up in Newton, Ma and can honestly say that it is a far superior city. There is so much more to do, it has a great public school system, and it's a very safe place to live. Very enjoyable list though, looks like I might have to check out Fort Collins. and Austin, TX and San Diego, CA are the two most enjoyable places I have ever been. Posted By Mike Fairfield, CT : 12:34 PM You obviously can't find your way to the west side of michigan. Grand Haven MI made the top 10 beachs of america. We have the best schools in the state. We consitantly run far above state averages on the MEAp. As far as math and science goes our Science Olympians have gone to Nationals where they consitantly place in the Top 3 the last 15 years in a row. I see alot of cities on the east side but I invite your researchers to come to the West!! I am sure you will agree we do have one of the best cities in America if not the world. My husband has lived all over and he always is saying that GH is the best place to raise children and to live our retirement. Posted By Christine Houghtaling Grand Haven MI : 1:18 PM First, a number of these communities simply don't belong on a small town/city list. I lived in Gilbert, AZ and I loved it but it is a part of the Phoenix metro area and shouldn't be considered much else. Also, one of my favorite towns is Hershey, PA. Posted By Brad, Rogers, AR : 2:11 PM Overland Park is a quaint little community nestled on the fringes of Kansas City. It is a nice place with terrific amenities such as great restaurants, theaters (both movie and live), many concert venues, and majestic art museums to name but a few. The only thing standing between OP and world renowned greatness is the fact that it is in Kansas (which carries with it a certain social stigma associated with flat prairies, tornados and little girl with a dog that fights with witches and flying monkeys). shhhh! Don't tell anyone how great this place is. They might be tempted to move here. Posted By Joe in Prairie Village, KS : 2:34 PM I first arrived in Fort Collins in 1981 and am leaving this year / 2006. Home prices have fallen atleast 10 15% over the last few years given the export of local IT jobs overseas. Escaping to the mountains on weekends has become "take a number" given the line of traffic heading up SR14 and I 70. Natives and semi natives are moving out to Wyoming and Montana and elsewhere to escape the californication of Colorado. Open space is rapidly being swallowed up by commercial interest(s). What was once "Colorful Colorado" is now "Crowded Colorado". "When you call someplace paradise, kiss it goodbye The Eagles". Posted By John Zack, Fort Collins, CO : 2:40 PM When you rated the cities, you forgot to factor in something that makes a big difference in quality of life: weather. I live in Carlsbad, CA, which did not make your top 100 list. I previously have lived in Eden Prairie, MN and near Fargo, ND both on your top 100. I will trade glorious sunny days and proximity to the ocean for all the restaurants, movie theatres, and cheap housing that supposedly gives "quality of life". Fargo, ND can resemble Siberia for 8 months out of the year. Eden Prairie, MN has weather that is only slightly better. to blow 2 feet of snow out of the driveway so you can get to work on time. Posted By Julie Cameron Carlsbad, CA : 2:52 PM Pembroke Pines and Mirimar Florida both in the top 100? you're kidding, right? We just moved the family from this area within the past two months to Texas. Home insurance is going up as much as 80% due to the hurricanes. Taxes are on the rise, as well. Home prices in this area are so out of control that cities are looking for ways to subsidize the cost of a home for teachers. : 3:09 PM Have you looked at Grandview Ohio? We are a community located very near downtown Columbus. (Commuting is a breeze.) Great schools, trendy shops and cafes, and wonderful older homes. This is a very real community filled with good old fashioned pride, and a whole bunch of school spirit. We have lovely older homes here and plenty of parks and green space. A small village in the city where neighbors care about each other. Come see us before you post your next Best Places survey! Posted By T. Keller, Grandview, OH : 3:28 PM I lived just outside of Raleigh and Cary for 25 years, a large portion of my youth. It is beautiful and full of good schools, affordable real estate, and virtually stress free. However, I think it should be noted that it is mainly such for people with families or on the brink of starting up a family. Also, it's somewhat unfortunate (while fortunate at the same time) that these two cities keep making the poll, it's growing some of the charm right out of the cities. In the past 20 yrs. it has become a virtual hotbed of relocated persons from the northeast. Posted By Christi, New York, New York : 3:36 PM Ft C was a better place to live 40 years ago before all the traffic and concept restaurants moved in. I am not sure how all this data is accumulated but as someone who drove 150 miles round trip to work everyday for 6 years I know more people commute to Denver or elsewhere to work than what is claimed here. Finally you have stated nothing about the local foreclosure rate which is well above the national average.