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Someone should add something about the town's founding. I remember watching something when I was really young about it. Unfortunately, I can't add much to the article because all I remember is that it had something to do with a guy whose last name was Palen and that airplanes may have been involved somehow. 126.96.36.199 15:05, 16 September 2007 (UTC)
If this is an article about the Palenville Interarts Colony, then it should be Palenville Interarts Colony. Since there is apparently a great deal to be said about the Colony (in fact, more than about the town surrounding it, it seems), the Colony should have its own page and the town's page should link to it. (Note: the bulk of the article deals with the history of the Colony, reads like a press release issued by the Colony, and was added in one fell swoop by an unnamed editor at 188.8.131.52. I have a serious problem with this sort of thing -- I call it "wikijacking" -- but I'd like consensus before I take action.)
--7Kim (talk) 13:07, 11 January 2008 (UTC)
I removed a few people from this section because they do not have their own Wikipedia articles which is required to establish notability per Wikipedia. The information I removed is: Michael Billera, performance artist, lyricist, member of The Warm Jets, Aunt Wayne, Spincycle Lava, Brian Goss, musician; Dripping Goss, others, Dripping Goss musical band, Robert Goss, founder of American Gothic Records, musician; member of The Warm Jets, Crippled & The Burnout, George H. Hall, artist and Darrell Whitbeck, artist and musician. Thanks--BuzyBody (talk) 18:26, 30 July 2014 (UTC)