DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit City Council is moving swiftly to rename a park for Aretha Franklin.

The vote was unanimous Tuesday, four days after the Queen of Soul’s funeral. There will be more votes as a formal ordinance is considered. Mayor Mike Duggan told mourners Friday that Chene Park along the Detroit River would be named for Franklin.

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The park is known for its outdoor stage and summer concerts. Franklin performed at Chene Park in 2015 to celebrate its 30th anniversary.

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Council President Brenda Jones says Franklin “had love” for Detroit.

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