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December 5, 2006


Digital cities … head South!

by oakhead112

If you want to live in a “digital city,” you might want to start looking to the Rocky Mountains or south of the Mason-Dixon line. Look at, Florida. Arizona. Colorado. Southern California. According to the Folsom, Calif.-based Center for Digital Government’s 2006 “Digital Cities Rankings,” these regions are home to some of the most technologically astute municipal governments in the country.

For largest cities (250,000 or more residents), the winner was Corpus Christi, Texas. For cities with 125,000 to 249,999 residents, Alexandria, Va., and Madison, Wis., tied for first place.
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  1. Good to know for those of us who are in these regions; plus good for targeted audiences.

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