The Bemidji (Minn.) City Council will not -- for now -- change the name of a street called Stoner Avenue even though approximately 15 street signs are stolen per year, according to Minnesota Public Radio.
According to the report, the city has spent nearly $20,000 to replace the signs over the past decade. Stoner Avenue residents voiced opposition to a name change at a public hearing this week. The city will explore other options to make the signs less vulnerable to theft, the story said.
Read the Minnesota Public Radio report HERE.