Talk:Canada, U.S. to tighten security between 'cross-border' library

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At this point in time, this reads like a press release.  Thunderhead  ►  02:11, 27 May 2007 (UTC)

And the news is at the bottom of the article, it should be at the top and the background either in not as much depth and/or at the bottom of the article. --Nzgabriel | Talk 09:45, 27 May 2007 (UTC)

interesting subject, sloppy writing, rampant misspelling

map[edit]

Is this the location? [1]

Yes. I will add it to the external links section. Thanks for the link :) FellowWikiNewsie 18:29, 30 May 2007 (UTC)

Canada[edit]

A note that Canada has three territories (and is even noted on the "Make Vermont Canada's 11th province" link indirectly), and did have at the time the article was written too. Please correct. --24.78.21.36 17:02, 8 March 2008 (UTC)

Passport to cross into to check out books in Canada?[edit]

Hello my name is Kevin Carr from Toledo, Ohio and was wondering if you need a passport to check out books or look at books on the other side? Email me at krrcndy@yahoo.com Thanks. This will save some time for me.66.213.61.138 (talk) 23:12, 7 December 2010 (UTC)

Third paragraph[edit]

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In the third paragraph, "Both towns share the same share water, sewer systems and emergency crews thus they cross the border without going against the law. In total, there are three streets that cross the border and there are cameras on both sides to monitor illegal activity, but that doesn't tighten border security enough officials say."

I believe it might want to say: "Both towns share municipal services such as: water, sewer, and emergency crews; which cross the border without going against the law. CaribDigita (talk) 00:18, 11 December 2017 (UTC)

Done and Not done The changes you asked for are far too extensive for an archived article. I changed it to "Both towns share the same water supply, sewer systems and emergency crews ..." because the repeating use of "share" is an obvious error. Cheers, --SVTCobra 17:23, 7 January 2018 (UTC)