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Perhaps I am being a bit biased (I do live in ACC's service area), but does anyone see the advantage of every little television/cable company in the US being listed on Wikipedia?
Advanced Cable Communications only serves two cities (Coral Springs & Weston, FL), yet they have their own Wikipedia article. If ACC qualifies for being in Wikipedia, then every town and subregion with its own cable company potentially could be here.
On the other hand, every City and Census region in the United States of America is in Wikipedia, so every last service provider/water provider/telephone provider/etc. of said regions are potential topics. But Coral Springs, FL alone overlaps 4 or 5 Water Service districts, one no bigger than a housing development.
Quite frankly, I'm torn as to if this is noteworthy enough of a company for Wikipedia or not. Cerlyn 00:17, 19 March 2007 (UTC)