Officials in Kurt Cobain’s hometown are considering a request from fans to rename a bridge and park in the tragic Nirvana star’s honour.
Locals in Aberdeen, Washington are being petitioned to see if they favour the renaming of Young Street Bridge over the Wishkah River and a nearby pocket park to Cobain Bridge and Cobain Landing.
Residents will get the chance to offer their thoughts on the proposal at an Aberdeen City Council meeting scheduled for 27 July.
Cobain committed suicide in April, 1994.
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