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The Midwest Railfan Association is the primary communication tool in addition to our future web site and newsletter mailings for Association members and other Midwest area rail enthusiasts. We are not road specific, and work to further the hobby of train watching though discussions of hotspots, etiquette, and working to lobby rail organization for better relationships between fans and company management and law enforcement.

The moderator reserves the right to remove a list member either temporarily or permanantly if it is felt that a post generated is in poor taste. This includes ->but is not limited to<- racial comments, slander, or personal attacks.

Racist remarks will not be tolerated, and the offending member will be permanently removed from the list immediatly. There will be no chance of reinstatement, and any e-mail addresses the offender attempts to post with in the future will be removed.

Personal attacks will not be tolerated under any circumstances. If you have an issue with someone, take it offlist... we do not need it here. If a personal attack is posted, the offending member will be removed. You will only be warned once, or possibly not at all depending on the post. For re-instatement, a letter of apology to the entire list community must be e-mailed to the list moderator, and this letter will be posted to the list before you are re-instated to the list. This policy goes for any person who attacks another, or for any person who responds in a like manner... whether they are the person originally attacked, or a third party to the discussion.

These rules are non-negotiable.

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  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages are not moderated.
  • All members can post messages.

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