What should be done with outdated/clearly misplaced objects like https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/358975095/history at the parking lot?
At this moment I keep deleting them but maybe there is a better solution.
In this particular case, and knowing it's somewhat controversial, I fed the name as a google text search and the results here indicated where you might have deleted it (as it's no longer trivial to pull up and locate), and that it seems to be active and thriving.
Some results give an address, which is not nearby, but pops into view to the southeast here in Huntsville Alabama.
Panning over that road shows no mapped church, or even likely building. I presume as the church grew, it moved to a larger site. I'm not bothering to see what the search results tell me. I also didn't see if the address I find corresponds to anything mapped, with often poor address coverage.
So, I'm not doing anything with that bit of wasted time, and I don't know if it is helpful. At most I might add a note referring to my search, which maybe in years a local mapper can confirm.
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