Remember all that talk--around about Metro budget-consideration time--about how Nashville is losing people rather than attracting people because of our higher prices and property taxes?
Well, read this and weep, naysayers. Nashville, not Franklin or Murfreesboro or Clarksville, finds itself in the enviable position of #1 in Kiplinger's top 10 list of "Smart Places to Live." While Franklin and Brentwood as bedroom communities get mentioned in the piece, most of the article's attention focuses on offerings in Nashville itself. The magazine's home gallery provides only pictures of houses in Nashville's older streetcar neighborhoods.
The Mayor's Office can also count this as a feather in its cap.