Hollywood residents listen after commissioners took up the issue of whether to change the three streets named after Confederate generals, July 3, 2017.
Hollywood residents listen after commissioners took up the issue of whether to change the three streets named after Confederate generals, July 3, 2017. Alexandria Bordas abordas@miamiherald.com
Hollywood residents listen after commissioners took up the issue of whether to change the three streets named after Confederate generals, July 3, 2017. Alexandria Bordas abordas@miamiherald.com

Hollywood signals it will move forward with changing Confederate street names

July 03, 2017 10:58 PM

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