kisaac wrote:A"dummy" list to hold sisters that you are not teaching can circumvent a "check and balances" process in MLS.
It depends on your method of operations, but I would disagree. Some wards may have a fairly large number of "no contacts". While I would agree that the list needs to be reviewed periodically, if the list is large enough, it won't scrutinized in detail monthly. Therefore, a sister that has fallen though the cracks will end up "hiding" in a large list that may only get looked over every few months.
Off the top of my head, I'm unaware of any policy on this issue, so I think ultimately it's up to how the ward wants to handle it.
The best suggestion I can come up with is to shuffle things around so these special districts have special numbers - like 1 is DNC and 2 is move outs. That way they won't appear in the middle of "normal" districts.