Residents questioning the move where the city of Marble Hill wants to be consistent with Bollinger County’s 911 addressing project and renumber addresses in the city. On Monday night, Myra Underwood, who owns property in Marble Hill, brought her concerns to the board of aldermen. Underwood said she was confused as it has been discussed for at least a year with different outcomes. City administrator Don James said former city administrator Ron Lutes was dead-set against changing the addresses, but the more they worked on it, the more problems we found. Underwood said she has researched other counties that have gone through a 911 remapping and found communities did not have to be re-addressed. James said for the sake of consistency with emergency responders and the city’s water system, Marble Hill had to rename some streets because of duplication, and some streets never had been named. It affects about a third of the city streets and it didn’t seem logical to rename and renumber only a portion of the city’s streets. Underwood said she understood the reasoning behind the change, but she wanted the city officials to know she did not agree with it.