Street name change near Nashua school called disgraceful’ and insulting’
“It’s fine to have school spirit, and to maybe revisit that spirit every 10 years or so via a reunion,” Scadove wrote. “But to take away something that immortalized a man that many loved and cherished in favor of a brand is just kind of sad. With that said the family did approve, but I find it in poor taste for the students to ask in the first place.”
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