Definition of livability
1 : survival expectancy : viability —used especially of poultry and livestock
2 : suitability for human living
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Today, those lines aren’t so cut and dry; the F-250’s livability has improved so greatly that people can and do use these trucks as personal vehicles, not just as workhorses.
Styling and livability are two clear points in the Mustang’s favor over the Camaro.
As our community continues to enhance livability for seniors, each of us can look forward to reaping the benefits.
Supporting the arts in Hillsboro is vital to enhance the livability of our community.
In LGI’s ranch model at Cherrylane, one wall is covered with photos of families who have made that jump, gaining a huge dividend in space and livability as part of the package.
This will become a wholistic plan, addressing not just freight mobility, but land use issues, workforce development, employee housing and transportation and community livability, officials said.
In the past few years, Saint Paul has done a great job focusing on livability projects.
While Christine Fanchi, Fort Lauderdale's livability planner, was named Bicycle Professional of the Year.
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