Kurt Cobain bridge memorial plans “scrapped”
By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Plans to honor Kurt Cobain with a memorial bridge in his home town of Aberdeen, Washington have hit a road block.
City council members “scrapped” a motion to rename a bridge after the late Nirvana singer for fear that such a move would honor Cobain’s drug use and suicide, Rolling Stone reports.
But as a compromise, RS says that the council “did approve a plan to rename a small strip of land near the Wishkah river in his honor.” A park located near that strip of land already contains a plaque and a statue of a guitar.
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