Talk:Armonk, New York

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Armonk is not a town. It is a hamlet/place name in the town of North Castle.

That is true, however, it is a locale as designated by the US Postal Service. There are no "North Castle" addresses; rather, there are separate post offices in Armonk (10504), North White Plains, and then Banksville addresses are serviced by the Bedford (10506) post office.

Furthermore, not all individuals mentioned in this section went to BHHS. David Boies, the members of the Yankees,and Aerosmith only lived in Armonk, and did not grow up there. Also it doesn't matter if Armonk isn't the name of the town; it's the name of the article, for one, and secondly, as previously mentioned, it's a Census Designated place with it's own zip code. This should stay the way it is. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 149.43.218.12 (talk) 12:20, 3 September 2007 (UTC)