Lubbock Street Renaming Process Under Review - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/7/08

Lubbock Street Renaming Process Under Review

Lubbock's street naming process is under review. On Tuesday, a task force will start a study on the current policy, and make recommendations for possible changes.

The task force comes in response to the debate over the renaming of Canyon Lake Drive to Cesar E. Chavez Drive. Council approved the name change, but new streets signs have not gone up.

Council gave the task force 90 days to make recommendations, but with delays and the holidays, members have yet to meet.  

"It's probably going to be sometime in March or April before we get back to the council," said Marsha Reed, Director of Public Works. "At least that would be my hope."    

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