I recommended Congress for deletion because it's not really a destination. Sure, I bet its a great place to stop and look around, but as you say "Congress doesn't have the things to do. like eat, drink, and play golf, but it is a nice relaxing place to hang out to get away from things" If a place doesn't have much to do or really see there isn't a need for an article on the place. Instead, were proposing to delete that page and move the information to the Wayne County article. For example, I'd never create a page for Point Pleasant in Clermont County because the only noteworthy sight there is Ulysses S. Grant's birhtplace, instead I put the information in the Clermont County article. -- Sapphire 07:57, 15 October 2006 (EDT)
Please add to the discussion on Wikitravel:Votes_for_deletion#Congress. I am in agreement with you, but we have a policy that says; "A common test to determine whether a subject gets its own article is the "can you sleep there?" test" in Wikitravel:What_is_an_article?. It is my belief that every small place could and should have an article. People do travel to cities, towns and villages that have no hotels or motels. I did add a sleep place nearby for Congress and it is my hope the article is not deleted. I am biased about the policy so I don't normally vote to keep these places, but I do add information so they are kept. I do hope you will stick around and help with content on Wikitravel and please don't take the request for deletion as personal. Add your reasons for keeping in Wikitravel:Votes_for_deletion#Congress and I think you may be successful. Thanks. -- Tom Holland (xltel) 08:05, 15 October 2006 (EDT)
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Thank you for your contributions and thank you for sticking around! If you need any help let me know. I would also encourage you to create an account, but for sure continue to add your valuable content on very interesting destinations in Ohio. Again welcome to Wikitravel! -- Tom Holland (xltel) 19:09, 15 October 2006 (EDT)
Can I suggest signing up for a user account and possibly becoming a docent for Wayne County? -- Andrew H. (Sapphire) 18:14, 30 October 2006 (EST) Well I do have a registered user name here. I just keep forgetting to sign in. What's a docent? I am taking it myself to help with all of NE Ohio, Wayne county is just one of my favorite counties in NEOHIO. Check out Ashtabula County, I worked on that also.
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