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I do not agree with the suggestion that this article be merged into something called "Minneapolis/North". I never heard of anyone in the Twin Cities refer to such an area. The Wikitrvel criteria suggests that articles not be written for "tiny towns". St Anthony has about 9,000 people. Is that defined as tiny. If so, there is a lot of editing that needs to be done in Wikitravel. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Kilgoretrout (talkcontribs) 02:49, 16 July 2007

Actually, this does look like a good candidate to be merged into a Minneapolis district, or perhaps to another location, if you can think of a better one. The principal rule of thumb at Wikitravel for deciding what gets its own article is whether you can sleep there. Since this article describes the town as having no accommodations for travelers, it would appear that it does not meet this basic criteria. --Peter Talk 23:06, 15 July 2007 (EDT)
St Anthony isn't even adjacent to North Minneapolis, it's next to Northeast. It doesn't belong in the Minneapolis article or any of its subarticles, since it is not part of the city proper. At any rate, I don't see much noteworthy information in the article to begin with, and anything important could be included in the article for the Twin Cities region as a whole, which is where suburban info goes if the suburb isn't worthy of its own article.Eco84 19:00, 28 July 2007 (EDT)
Yeah, if you were to merge it, for sure not North. Northeast would make more sense. 129.244.136.183 20:38, 19 September 2008 (EDT)

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