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A Map To Memory Lane: Providence Tries To Keep Street Names Straight

Monday, August 18, 2014

The city of Providence is embarking on a project to sort out street names that sound alike or have similar spellings. Peter Gaynor, who runs the city's Emergency Management Agency, talks to Robert Siegel about Operation Karat โ€” not "carrot," mind you.

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