Talk:Killingworth, Connecticut

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Map request[edit]

this is a typical new england town that is run by a board of selectman not one person.To state "Marty Klein" runs the town is boastful, rude and untrue..12.0.250.190 21:01, 23 August 2007 (UTC)

Complete Overhaul[edit]

I recently completely overhauled this page. Any constructive criticism, suggestions, comments, etc are more than welcome.

There are alot of "citation needed"'s floating around, which I will get to work on in the next day or two (I have most of them lined up, I just am double checking before adding them).

After the sourcing, I plan on getting to work on expanding some of the less-developed areas (Government, anyone? :).

Hope noone is *too* offended by the overhaul.

Thanks in advance.--Curious brain 02:28, 9 September 2007 (UTC)

Kinda messed up edit summary (See Editing Under the Influence); the trivia remained, it was the two notable people (sentences, more accurately) I couldn't cite which were removed. They include:
  • John Travolta
  • Ricki Lake
  • Jeff Bagwell
  • The Zymol founder guy
To be honest, I didn't really look for Travolta/Lake/Zymol; as for Bagwell, every website I found had mirrored the content of Wiki, and so is (presumably) unreliable as a source.
I'm done for today though.
If anyone can spot problems with the citations (or article in general), feel free to go right ahead and fix it up. Hopefully, we can squeeze Bagwell/Travolta/Lake (and Zymol heh) in there.
Good enough for now. Any changes welcome.--Curious brain 05:33, 9 September 2007 (UTC)

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