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WaPo: Mayors peg Denver fourth most influential city

The Washington Post reported on a national survey of mayors that tabbed Denver as the fourth most influential city in the U.S., after New York, Boston, and Austin, and ahead of Portland. Denver was second to only New York on the list of influential large cities.


The survey included responses from 68 mayors, including 18 of cities with at least 30,000 residents. It found the mayors rely on information from other mayors and cities more than any other source, other than their staff. When asked what three cities they looked to for policy and management ideas, New York and Boston tied for the most mentions, followed by Austin, Denver, Portland, Ore., Salt Lake City and Los Angeles.
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