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Kenosha edits: The edits I have made are true. I've lived in the area most of my life. From what I can see, people have a fairly equal distribution between working north and working south. I can't cite this because obviously there aren't a whole lot of official reports about the demographics of Kenosha County, but it's simple reality, and there has to be some room for the thoughts of people who live there in the framework of an article about a place. The metropolitan area classification system is a verifiable fact, but there's more to the story than that and there's no way of conveying it if you think the only acceptable information is that. Additionally, "many residents commute to their places of employment" is a banal sentence. All residents who work commute to their places of employment. "To commute" means to travel to work. It doesn't matter if they're driving, walking, taking the bus... they are all obviously commuting. On that note, the revisions to Western Kenosha County Transit's route are true and easily verifiable. If you're going to call it "uncited original research," then delete the entire part, not just the part you don't like. The bus serving Twin Lakes is just as uncited and just as real as the bus serving the other places. (talk) 23:07, 16 February 2014 (UTC)

(Also, ~50% in-county employment is hardly "bedroom community." That statement is also uncited, so you can't revert it in name of its replacement being uncited. That just amounts to you reverting it because you didn't like it.) (talk) 23:09, 16 February 2014 (UTC)