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June 5, 2008

Valdosta - If you live in Valdosta, you live in one of the best places in the country.

That's according to Relocate-America.com.

They website provides online services to people looking to move across town or across the county.

They just released their top 100 places to live and Valdosta made the list.

"In the end, it helps us get on the radar on a national scale. And people will see it! People pay attention to these lists when they are looking for a place to visit, relocate, or retire," says Valdosta Mayor John Fretti.

Savannah and Marietta were the only other cities in Georiga that made the list.

The website says they based their decision on growth analysis, crime rates, education and jobs as wells as the experiences of people who live there.

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