'A long time coming': Residents rejoice after unanimous vote to remove Trump's name from their condo complex

The board of the Trump Plaza condominium complex in West Palm Beach, Florida has voted to change its name in the wake of former President Donald Trump's incitement of deadly riots earlier this month.

The Palm Beach Post reports that the board voted unanimously last week to change the condo complex's name, and is now giving residents a chance to vote for a new name.

Some residents tell the Palm Beach Post that the Trump-inspired insurrection at the United States Capitol building on January 6th was the final straw that pushed them to completely eliminate any association between their buildings and the former president.

"It's been a long time in coming," one Trump Plaza owner tells the newspaper. "Most of us are relieved that the name will finally be off the buildings."

Trump Plaza residents just last year voted overwhelmingly to keep signs bearing the president's name off their buildings, as they made the complex a target for vandals.

Multiple Trump-branded properties removed his name after his election in 2016, as many buildings want to avoid being magnets for political controversy.