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I re-inserted some details for this section back in the article. I feel because this is a small community, and there is so little non-census non-stat content in this article; this content is worthwhile, in telling people about the place. The best part of the article is the single paragraph in history. The rest is pretty weak, and looks like a computer generated it. I feel mentioning people (and why they're notable) gives a little life to the article. If more good content is added, than I would support trimming the detail. I would also support removing a couple names I added, if even more notable people can be put in their place. --rob 11:49, 14 October 2005 (UTC)
I've deleted the two extra selectmen. The "official" site works, though the front page is broken. But you can see the rest of the site once you get past that front page. And the selectmen's names haven't changed there.
The other thing that makes me suspicious of the "new" names is that towns *usually* don't change from 3 members to 5. It does happen, and Stratham may have grown to that point, but it's not an every-day occurrence.
I've sent an email to the town offices to confirm. -- SatyrTN(talk | contribs) 16:32, 19 October 2007 (UTC)