City is Laggin' in "Distinctive Destination" Vote
|STizzLe be throwin' down in the online vote y'all|
Until the end of the month, a D.C.-based non-profit called National Trust for Historic Preservation is letting folks vote on which of a dozen finalist cities are the most "distinctive," which is defined here as having:
dynamic downtowns, cultural diversity, attractive architecture, cultural landscapes and a strong commitment to historic preservation, sustainability and revitalization.As things stand, Marquette, Michigan is way out in front.
Here's the rest of our competition:
- Bastrop, Texas
- Cedar Falls, Iowa
- Chestnut Hills, Pennsylvania
- the Crooked Road, Virginia
- Fort Collins, Colorado
- Huntsville, Alabama
- Provincetown, Massachusetts
- Rockland, Maine
- Simsbury, Connecticut
- Sitka, Alaska
As in all important elections, you have to register to vote.