In the spirit of Should 'Hi', 'thanks', taglines, and salutations be removed from posts? and No Thanks, Damn It!, I will often remove expressions of gratitude such as "Thank you for any suggestions" because I think they are a form of Chit Chat which the Tour says should not be included in posts.
Nowadays, I try not to do that except in conjunction with other edits to the body and/or title of a question. I was surprised to see that I had done no other editing in this case, so I suspect I got distracted.
Looking back at it just now, I noticed that it is a PostGIS question without any SQL included, and I wonder whether I may have been pondering whether that needed to be included.
Any ambiguity about whether including thanks in posts is OK, or not, can be found on the Expected Behavior page of this site, and of all Stack Exchange sites::
Do not use signature, taglines, greetings, thanks and other chit chat.
Every post you make is already “signed” with your standard user card,
which links directly back to your user page. Your user page belongs to
you, so fill it with information about your interests, links to stuff
you’ve worked on, or whatever else you like!
Thanks and other statements of appreciation are unnecessary, and like
other chit chat should not be included.
If you use signatures, taglines, greetings, thanks or other chit chat,
it will be removed to reduce noise in the questions and answers.