Best- and worst-run US cities
Elected officials must work with the available resources to keep budgets balanced. And you'll find cities at both extremes in California.
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Hmmmm.....The 5 best run cities all have what two things in common? Either strong local private companies or they have taken a stand to cut government spending/waste. When are Americans going to wake up and realize the government only has what we give it. Nothing chaps my **** more than seeing politicians (on both sides of the aisle) treated like movie stars by the media when they are actually running this country into the ground.
Yay, Plano is no.1. I live in this city for the past 8 years and love it. Best city I have ever lived in.
Didn't think we were rated no.1, but not surprised at all. All the decisions the city make I always agree with. It is very clean and enforce laws for people who don't keep it that way.
Oh and yes it is primarily run by republicans who are pro business. Way to go PLANO!!!
The really big cities finally got what they wanted. A 3rd world population and control over the government. The Whites left just like they wanted.
And most of these big cities are a 3rd world, incompetent, corrupt cesspool.
But it is not PC to tell the truth.
Hey; 2 in the plus side, 2 in the minus for Cali!
That's the way it is out here; no sense thinkin' about movin' in, folks.
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