A Boy Scout's push to honor Adam Galvez by adding the fallen Marine's name to a Salt Lake City street is moving forward. The Poplar Grove Community Council voted this week to support Junior Cruz in his quest to add Galvez's name to 300 South from Interstate 15 to Redwood Road.
    That means Cruz, who is seeking his Eagle award with this project, now can seek support from the City Council. Councilman Van Turner said Thursday he is prepared to lobby the council for the project. He previously was unsure if he would support it. He also hopes to create a monument or plaque for all of the city's fallen soldiers. "It's the right thing to do," Turner said. "We should honor the soldier. I'm going to carry the name change."
    Galvez, 21, perished last month in a roadside bomb attack. He is the only Salt Lake City resident known to have died in the Iraq war. His parents - who attended the Wednesday meeting - live farther north in the city. Cruz chose 300 South because it runs near the Sherwood Park baseball fields where Galvez played as a boy.
    If the street is approved, Cruz, a sophomore at East High who wants to join the National Guard, must raise money for the new signs, estimated at $2,000. He's already received a $500 donation.