NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The city of North Charleston has rejected a plan to rename a street No Way.
North Charleston's planning commission this week turned down the request to rename Bonnie Marie Way as No Way.
A developer had suggested the name "No Way" after several earlier attempts had been rejected to rename Bonnie Marie Way, a dead-end road in an exclusive waterfront neighborhood.
City spokesman Ryan Johnson says some commissioners didn't think No Way fit in well with other street names in the neighborhood.
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