Leave history well enough alone

I personally do not want the highway renamed as I would have to have many sessions standing in line at the BC Government Agents office to pay at least $80 if not more to change my Driver’s License alone not to mention the itemized costs on all others forms of ID that are must haves in our society.

Plus have to make sure that all other agencies have a change of address which would also cost a fee.   Then I also worry about any pensioners and what happens to their pension cheques or their income tax which you know would be a problem for everyone etc when they may be too confused with such an overburden government system to help them with something as small as an address change.  Press one for this, press two for that.   I think it is absolutely unneeded and unwanted.  History is what it is and leave it alone!

Denise Hayward

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