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File #: 1039-2019    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 4/8/2019 In control: Public Service & Transportation Committee
On agenda: 5/6/2019 Final action: 5/9/2019
Title: To rename Easton Loop E, from its intersection with Easton Commons to its intersection with Worth Avenue, to “Brighton Rose Way”. ($0.00)
Attachments: 1. Easton Loop E renaming exhibit.pdf
Explanation
1. BACKGROUND
The Department of Public Service, Division of Infrastructure Management, recently received a request from MORSO Holding Company to rename Easton Loop E, from its intersection with Easton Commons to its intersection with Worth Avenue, to “Brighton Rose Way”.

The proposed name, “Brighton Rose Way”, conforms to the Division’s current street naming convention and has been reserved until such time that this request has been completed, or denied. The Division of Infrastructure Management has obtained concurrence from adjoining property and business owners whose current addresses might be affected by this street renaming. The Division of Infrastructure Management has circulated concurrent notification to the City’s Historic Preservation Office and Divisions of Fire, Police, Refuse, Street Maintenance, and Infrastructure Management without objection. MORSO Holding Company has satisfactorily completed all of the requirements for renaming of a city street and has agreed to remove existing street name signs and install new signs reflecting said street name at their own cost.

2. FISCAL IMPACT
No funding is required for this ordinance.

Title
To rename Easton Loop E, from its intersection with Easton Commons to its intersection with Worth Avenue, to “Brighton Rose Way”. ($0.00)

Body
WHEREAS, Department of Public Service, Division of Infrastructure Management, recently received a request from MORSO Holding Company to rename Easton Loop E, from its intersection with Easton Commons to its intersection with Worth Avenue, to “Brighton Rose Way”; and

WHEREAS, the proposed name, “Brighton Rose Way”, conforms to the Division’s current street naming convention and has been reserved until such time that this request has been completed or denied; and

WHEREAS, the Division of Infrastructure Management has obtained concurrence from adjoining property and business owners whose current addresses might be affected by this street renaming; and

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