"My constituents on Riverside Drive will be inconvienced by having to print new stationery and sending out change-of-address notices, along with concerns about mail delivery. Furthermore, the cost of over a dozen new street signs is not in the city budget."
—Charles' letter of opposing view to the renaming of Riverside Drive. From DeLorean Time Machine: Doc Brown's Owner's Workshop Manual by Bob Gale & Joe Walser (quote, page 19)

Johnathan Charles was a councilman for the Hill Valley City Council in the 1960s.

In the early 1960s, Charles voted against the renaming of Riverside Drive to John F. Kennedy Drive, proposing that instead Red Thomas Park should be renamed for the late president.