Liz writes: “Well, Money Magazine has released the 2005 edition of “Best Places to Live”. Charlottesville ranked number 90 this year. Any thoughts on why? Have they been listening to us?”
I don’t think much of their ranking metric (ie, number of libraries vs. books per capita; or number of restaurants, vs. restaurants per capita), but I’m just as happy to see us way down on the list. Let unsustainable growth be Moorestown, New Jersey‘s problem.