Like every city, region or area, Beaumont has a history of how it came to be. If you’re concerned with the economics of a city, it usually gets its start from serving sprawling areas like agricultural, known as a “Central City”, a “Transportation Service City” which gets its start from being a serving transportation routes (think train depots, ports, mountain passes, etc.), or a “Special Function City”, like mining cities, government cities (Washington D.C. for example), university cities, etc..
But I came across this video on YouTube posted by the city of Beaumont about the history of a specific street in Beaumont: Palm Avenue. If you’re familiar with Palm Ave. (and most Beaumontians are) you know that the street is not like the rest in Beaumont, with its large grassed middle divides and tall-thin palm trees; it make one wonder why it was constructed the way it lays now.
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