Template talk:Fairfield County, Connecticut
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In order to limit the entries on the unincorporated communities line in the template, only those communities listed as "prinicipal communities" (see ) that have separate articles are included. --Polaron | Talk 15:15, 20 October 2008 (UTC)
Fair enough. The only exceptions that I think should be made to this are in the case of Black Rock and Stratford Shoal(Stratford Shoal is a true unincorporated area that actualy lies within the borders of no municipality and is within the lines of the county.) --Kotosb | Talk
- I don't think a separate article is warranted in that case. It makes more sense to merge it to the lighthouse article. --Polaron | Talk 01:31, 24 October 2008 (UTC)
- I would say that but I meen, its like right over the spot of two former island so I think it seserves recognition. You are right thou it wouldent be a communit, ill make a new section called unincorporated areas or non-populated unincorporated areas. -Kotosb, User talk:Kotosb —Preceding undated comment was added at 02:46, 24 October 2008 (UTC).
Not trying to cause mayhem on this or any other wikipedia articles just to let you both know. I just thought "hey, this is an unincorporated territory and is unique". Im not going to push it any further thou.
Also sory about the 3 times revert thing. I was not aware of that rule here on wikipedia and am now abbiding by it
- Thanks for the statement of good faith; I was hoping that you weren't aware of it, so this is good to hear :-) We're not out to get you :-) Nyttend (talk) 03:01, 25 October 2008 (UTC)
What would be deffined as a principal community anywheys? I never knew haha.
I always just assumed it was a community listed on the official state of connecticut road maps.
Please answer this for me?
also I think the 3 communities I added would count as principal communities but idk, get back to me on this please. Thankyou.