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Revision as of 06:10, 31 January 2004 by Evan (Talk | contribs)

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Hey, folks! We need to figure out the relationship between Minneapolis, St. Paul (or should it be Saint Paul?), and the Twin Cities] page. Otherwise, we're going to continue having the situation we have now -- duplicate information on all the pages. I have a couple of ideas:

  1. We treat Twin Cities like a region and the two cities as two different cities in that region.
  2. We treat Twin Cities like a single big city, and kinda ignore that technically one side is M and the other is St. P.
  3. Something else.

Any ideas? I don't know the Twin Cities at all, so I'm kinda working on hearsay, here. But my understanding is that the Twin Cities are much more interwined than, two big cities in the same metro region like, say, Dallas-Fort Worth, or Hong Kong and Macau or San Francisco and Oakland. Ideas? --Evan 01:06, 31 Jan 2004 (EST)



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