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The purpose of the St. Paul Issues Forum is to discuss St. Paul Issues with others who live in St Paul or are interested about St Paul.
The Issues Forum is intended for the discussion of issues local to St Paul (and community announcements) ... the issues need to either be unique to St Paul or (if they are regional, state or national issues) discussed in terms of their unique effect upon St Paul and/or her residents. We do permit discussion of Ramsey County issues due to the high level of overlap between both the population and geography of the County and St Paul; however, these need to be county-wide issues that affect St Paul directly.
The goals of St. Paul Issues Forum are:
Topics that you might find here to discuss include:
By taking part in this forum, you accept the full rules of the forum.
The Forum Manager in St. Paul Issues Forum is John Gaylord.
The volunteer Forum Manager is responsible for the general health and well-being of the forum. The Forum Manager shall:
If you have any questions or concerns about the St. Paul Issues Forum, please contact us at: E-Democracy.org
Membership of St. Paul Issues Forum is open to anyone who lives in, or is interested about, St Paul.
The St. Paul Issues Forum Home Page shows the parts of St. Paul Issues Forum that can be seen and contributed to by members and non-members.
You are not a member of St. Paul Issues Forum. However, you can join St. Paul Issues Forum.
Members have primary responsibility for managing the forum ... send private e-mails to others who you think are not complying. These should be private exchanges and not posted to the Forum. If complaints persist, send a private e-mail to the Forum Manager (StPaulfirstname.lastname@example.org). The Forum Manager is responsible for monitoring member compliance with the rules.
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