Thursday, May 6, 2010

Triborough Bridge

In January former Governor Spitzer talked about the former New York Senator Robert Kennedy's idea of whether the bridge was renamed as the Third District. It immediately rose Kennedy's carpetbagger status, his importance (or lack of), New York history.

Most of you voted "against" the naming of the bridge, but lawmakers have just voted for it. amNewYork, final legislative approval on June 4 in the two days before his death (for the annual report). Will have "minimal cost to change the sign of the budget," but no one will really change what they call the bridge? The New York Times said, no.

"This is a million years say," Morton Mozzar, in Queens, a car service adviser. "If they have the right to change one's name, the line, as they did in the Kennedy Airport." (Known as Idlewild Airport, but then U.S. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963 changed its name. Just like in the Third District has 100 million years. next month will have been open 72 years.)

Rename this has happened before, and often do not insist. The times make the Sixth Avenue the Americas (most of the home game against Avenue known as the former), and began in 2014 the New York Public Library will be named the Stephen A. Schwarzman Library. Here is a list of old names of streets in New York - perhaps the name change can persist, and no one requested major Jones ... Minthorn Street. The Triborough Bridge, when the name change will take effect, Governor Patterson also must sign the bill.

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