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No. 3 America’s Dirtiest Cities

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Atlanta introduced a frightening fine on smoking in public parks (up to $1,000) earlier this year, but that didn’t stop the city from ranking near the bottom of the cleanliness category of our annual America’s Favorite Cities reader survey. Litter, smog, and rats also plague some of our nation’s cities—and T+L readers have rated the worst offenders.

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No. 3 America’s Dirtiest Cities

Atlanta introduced a frightening fine on smoking in public parks (up to $1,000) earlier this year, but that didn’t stop the city from ranking near the bottom of the cleanliness category of our annual America’s Favorite Cities reader survey. Litter, smog, and rats also plague some of our nation’s cities—and T+L readers have rated the worst offenders.

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See more Best of 2012 coverage.

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