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In December 2007, this article was moved from it's original location Ramat Eshkol by User:Tkeu. I believe that this was a mistake, as the name Ramat Eshkol is used overwhelmingly more than Ramot Eshkol. I left the abovementioned user a message on his talk pagebut I don't think he is currently very active. However, I did some research and found that Ramat Eshkol is used almost exclusively:
Egged, Israel's largest bus company (e.g.  page 3)
Additionally, Google returns about 35,000 hits for "רמת אשכול" as opposed to 5,000 for "רמות אשכול" (in Hebrew), and 19,000 for "Ramat Eshkol" as opposed to 2,000 for "Ramot Eshkol" (in English). The article uses Ramat Eshkol in the majority of cases, the Hebrew article is titled Ramat Eshkol and uses this pronunciation exclusively, and even the Hebrew spelling in this article is spelled that way.
I assume this is uncontroversial and will be bold and make the move. Keyed In (talk) 13:03, 17 September 2009 (UTC)