We once had a client with a real bad habit of not returning phone calls... and after he named his streets (they were all flowers or some crap), the city rejected one because it was used.donk said:We have entire subdisions with the street names of the developer's children.
He had every right to be. With all those flower names, you should have substituted another. Might I suggest any of the following:Mastiff said:
Man, was he pissed! All of these funky flower names, and a short street named after my kid.
That's quite common. In the neighborhood I grew up in back in Buffalo, there was a group of streets we called "The Old Ladies," because they were named after the developer's daughters. Why "The Old Ladies?" The streets were named in 1910. Phyllis, Millicent, Agnes, Ethel, Edith, and more ... can't get much more bluehair than that.donk said:We have entire subdisions with the street names of the developer's children.
I haven't seen that one but I'm guessing that it's somewhere in Moon Twp. near the airport.kms said:We used to review plans from an engineering company whose address is Moon-Clinton Road. Maybe Biscuit has seen this address; it's not too far from Pittsburgh.