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Thanks.  I'll submit it.  Just curious, what makes this SACO rather than NACO?
Where does it fit in the division of the world?


On Tue, 19 Nov 2002, Lynn M El Hoshy wrote:

> John,
>      I hope that you were planning to make a SACO proposal.  A heading
> naming a group of cities collectively would be a geographic subject
> heading.  An example is Hamptons (N.Y.) (sh85058600).  It would need
> geographic qualifiers for both states in which the cities are located.
>
> Lynn M. El-Hoshy
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> >>> [log in to unmask] 11/19/02 10:00AM >>>
> Has anyone done a heading for a group of cities?  I'm trying to
> establish the
> Quad Cities but I can't find any guidance in the documentation.  The
> closest
> example is the Twin Cities, but the Quad Cities is more than 2 cities
> (and more
> than 4 for that matter) so it's not quite the same.
>
>    5  670     Quad Cities white & yellow pages, c2002.
>    6  670     Davenport PL website, Nov. 12, 2002 b (The Quad-Cities is
> the
> name given to our cluster of cities along the Mississippi River.
> Actually,
> there are five main cities - Davenport and Bettendorf in Iowa and Rock
> Island,
> Moline and East Moline in Illinois - but "quad" sticks as the name.  If
> you
> count contiguous communities there are many more - LeClaire, Eldridge
> and Blue
> Grass, in Iowa, and Milan, Coal Valley, Port Byron, Carbon Cliff,
> Hampton,
> Hillsdale, Rapids City, Andalusia, Silvis, Colona and Cordova in
> Illinois.  And
> more.)
>
>
> Any help would be appreciated.
>
>
> John Lavalie
> IAhCCS
>