Conservatives take a look at Corvallis Oregon?
1995: Corvallis named "One of the 13 best towns to be a vegetarian" (Vegan Magazine study)
1996: An article in Parade magazine rated Corvallis as "One of the 10 best cities in which to live."
2000: Corvallis School District named one of the top public school systems in the country (Offspring Magazine)
2002: Corvallis-Benton County Public Library named one of top ten libraries in the country based on population size (Hennen's American Public Library Ratings)
2002: Corvallis ranked fourth in nation for the highest number of patents issued by city (USA Today)
2002: Corvallis ranked 7th out of about 500 U.S. cities for best places to do business (BizDemographics)
2002: The Bicycle Transportation Alliance ranked Corvallis as Oregon's most bicycle-friendly city.
2002: The Orange County Register picked Corvallis' Oregon State University as the "Best Pac-10 Campus" (2002).
2002, 2003: The National Arbor Day Foundation awarded Corvallis a Tree City USA Award.,
2003: Bike USA listed Corvallis as the 9th most bicycle-friendly city in the nation.
2003: The League of American Bicyclists gave Corvallis a gold "Bicycle-Friendly Community" designation in May 2003, one of only four such cities in the nation as of 2006.
2003: Men's Journal ranked Corvallis as "The 8th best place in the nation to live" in 2003.
2004: Frommer's Travel Guides, Cities Ranked & Rated ranked Corvallis as the 10th best city of any size in the United States and Canada.
2004: The February 2004 issue of the Harvard Business Review ranked Corvallis as the 15th most creative city in the nation.
2005: Bike at Work listed Corvallis as the 9th best city in the nation "As a car free community" (2005).
2005: In April 2005, Men's Journal ranked Corvallis as "The 7th best place in the nation to live" (Corvallis was previously 8th in 2003).
2005: Expansion Management selected Corvallis as a "Five-Star Knowledge Worker Metro", the highest rating achievable.
2006: A survey by the National Science Foundation found Corvallis ranks second in the nation for the number of scientists as a percentage of total employment (12.7 percent) as of 2006.
2006: Corvallis was the first city on the West Coast and only the third city in the nation to receive the "Green Power Community" designation by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
2006: The Morgan Quitno Awards ranked Corvallis as the 20th safest city (of 344) in the 13th Annual America's Safest (and Most Dangerous) Cities publication for metropolitan areas of its size.
2006: Corvallis was ranked in the top 10 by Economist Richard Florida for the Most Creative Places to live with less than 250,000 people.
2006: Cities Ranked and Rated ranks Corvallis as the 10th Best Place to Live in the United States.
2007: In a 2007 report, Farmer's Insurance Group ranked Corvallis as the "most secure" small city in America, based on (as reported by Insurance Journal magazine) crime statistics, extreme weather, risk of natural disasters, environmental hazards, terrorism threats, air quality, life expectancy and job loss numbers.
2007: Yahoo! Real Estate named Corvallis as one of their 10 best places to live.
2007: Moody's Economic.com ranked Corvallis 3rd in the United States Business Vitality Index.
2008: On February 18, 2008, Corvallis was named the fifth smartest city in America by Forbes Online Magazine.
2008: A September 2008 report revealed that Benton County, of which Corvallis makes up the majority of the population, is ranked 5th for longest life expectancy at birth of all counties in the United States, at 80.93 years.
2008: Corvallis is ranked among the top 20 towns to live in by Outside magazine.
2008: Country Home magazine ranked Corvallis the best Green Place to Live in America.
2008, 2009: Farmers Insurance Group of Companies ranked Corvallis the #1 Most Secure Place to Live.
2009: In 2009, Corvallis High School won $20,000 in sustainability contest "America's Most Eco-Friendly School".
2009: The United States Environmental Protection Agency ranked Corvallis as #1 Green Power Community in the nation, defined by the amount of green energy purchased per capita.
2011: In April 2011, the New York Times named Corvallis as the American city with the lowest risk of natural disaster.
WOW!!!! and Conservatives say liberal cities are bad!
Once again you are proven wrong this time on the issue that Liberal Towns are bad