Where the Streets Have Two Names
City planners should put on their thinking cap hats
I've always wondered who came up with the names of streets in Jacksonville.
I'm guessing the city planner who dreamt up Peter Pan Place and Snow White Drive on the Westside was a fan of fairy tales, while an Ivy Leaguer must have named Harvard, Princeton and Yale avenues in Ortega.
These thoroughfares, I assume, were named by the Department of Redundancy Department:
This one, however, defies explanation. Even for the City of Jacksonville.