Tuesday, January 2, 2018

A word on the commenting process for blog items

We welcome discussion and debate of issues at the North Coast Review and value the contributions of our readers as they weigh in on topics that we raise on the blog.

Just a few guidelines however when it comes to our comments feature:

Those that may wish to submit comments for our items should exhibit caution in how they phrase their contributions, improper or profane language, or terminology will not be published.

As well, while we don't edit for brevity (but do hope that you keep your contribution concise), comments that consist of but one, or two words that don't bring anything to the discussion, won't get introduced into the commentary theme.

Basically, if you're going to take the time to comment, have something to say.

Needless to say, any commentary that offers up unproven allegations, or other matters that could be considered slanderous or lead to litigation will not be posted.

Those wishing clarification on the Terms for Commentary can contact the blog at our email address.


1 comment:

  1. It is nice to have you back! Missed your reporting! Hope you had a nice vacation!