While drawing this, I was thinking about how much it would cost the taxpayers of
Think of all the letterhead that would have to be reprinted, the fancy metal signs on buildings replaced, the buses and other county vehicles repainted. The BSO—excuse me, the LSO—would have to change all the patches on the shoulders of its uniformed personnel. Private businesses with "Broward" in their names would suddenly find themselves unfashionably out of date.
The bright idea behind of all this is to make the county more marketable to outsiders, from whom “Broward County”—thankfully—elicits no more than a head-scratch.
Besides, a name change to favor the county’s largest city would only be rubbing salt in the wound for Broward’s smaller incorporated burgs, which already suffer enough of an inferiority complex (Why can’t one look at the sea from a town named “