FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – One North Carolina community may be replacing Anthrax with Justice.
Six out of seven households on Anthrax Street in Fayetteville have signed a petition to change their street name. Residents want to get rid of any association to the killer disease being spread through the mail.
Property owners will now vote on a new name from a list of five: Justice, Remembrance, Allegiance, Memorial and American. Names like Liberty and Freedom were already taken.
One Anthrax Street resident says it'll be a hassle to change the address. But he's the only one objecting to the name change.
Cumberland County commissioners are expected to approve the new name.