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March 30, 2011



They didn't go far enough. They still have Park Street in Segundo Barrio and Park Drive in Kern Place. Also El Paso Street and El Paso Drive; Franklin Avenue downtown and Franklin Drive in the Lower Valley; Cumberland Avenue and Cumberland Circle; Rushing Drive and Rushing Court (off Rushing Drive between Sun Valley and Donald); and Lee Street in Central and Lee Boulevard on the east side. I once lived in a town where they got rid of not only duplicate street names, but even names that sounded close to alike (like Merle and Myrtle), so the 911 operators wouldn't get confused. Getting rid of duplicate street names would not only make that easier, but improve people's ability to get around in general.


El Pasoans must also remember that not everything is spanish, it may also be latin like Copia


Copia a minor goddess of wealth and plenty

aaa replicas

I also think they didn't go far enough.

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