street signs

Rickey Braddy hands a new street sign up to Cowinen Eldridge to place on the stop at the intersection of West Seago Street and South Washington Street.


On May 20, the City of Kaufman public works employees were out and about putting up new street signs.

The first of the new signs to be put up was put in place by Mayor Jeff Jordan on May 19 at the intersection of South Washington Street and West Chestnut Street. In total, 132 signs will be installed on Washington, Mulberry, and Houston Street.

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