Several Indiana cities have been named in a study of America’s best- and worst-run cities. The study, conducted by Washington D.C.-based WalletHub, compared 150 of the largest U.S. cities using 38 different metrics to determine which are managed the best.
The study focused its findings on six key categories: financial stability, education, health, safety, economy and infrastructure and pollution.
Fort Wayne ranks the highest among Hoosier cities at No. 3. The study also ranks Gary at No. 54 and Indianapolis at No. 68.
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