Not historically/culturally significant trail marker
Ever since I reached the level requirements to nominate POIs, I've done my best to familiarize myself with the rules and the rule clarifications made here by the community. It seems that some of the rules are intentionally vague, leaving some guess work on the reviewers. One area that seems to have a lot of variably is basically anything on a nature trail.
So basically, I have a few questions here,
1. I was under the impression that, a 1 star in the section for (not historically or culturally significant) was not grounds for rejection? So how does this rejection even happen? How would a nature trail milepost for example pass this test?
2. (I feel this one is unnecessary after some of the POIs on trails I have seen, however) Is this a poor choice for a POI?
3. Assuming this is a valid POI, do I re-submit it, or request an appeal? Submissions are much faster, however I don't want to be flagged for abuse.
4. Is there anything that I can do on my end, to prevent this from happening again?