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 [1]) 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).

Stratford Shoal[edit]

Fair enough.

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)

Principal Communitiy?[edit]

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.


See link in #Note above. --Polaron | Talk 00:17, 17 November 2008 (UTC)

fair enough.

Im going to re-add Hattertown, Connecticut and Berkshire, Connecticutsince they are both principle communities according to that link.

They were never removed. And please don't create any more stubs that have no possibility of being expanded. --Polaron | Talk 01:57, 17 November 2008 (UTC)