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One of many things Worcester has but Quincy does not
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Boston was ranked the 11th best place to live in the world by Oxford Economics.

Oxford Economics is a two hundred and ninety person research firm based in London.  In turn, it is thus way better staffed than the apparently but two person shop that recommended that Quincy’s mayor should be among the best paid to the best paid mayor in the United States and who soon is looking to be the best paid mayor in Massachusetts given an expected vote tonight by enough of a subservient Quincy City Council who surely but coincidentally also considering a 58% raise for themselves.

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Something which Providence has eight of whereas Quincy has none
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Providence, Rhode Island and Worcester Massachusetts also made the list at 95th and 116th, respectively, for other New England cities that scored high rankings.

Quincy, however, was nowhere to be found.

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