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Replacing street signs

White Pigeon village officials have agreed to spend about $2,600 to replace damaged and faded street signs.

During Wednesday’s village council meeting, the seven-member panel heard president Dan Czajkowski explain that many of the village’s signs are difficult to read because of their age and years-long effects of the elements. He said it is a matter of safety that the signs be replaced.

The expenditure, which includes school-zone signs, will come from the village’s streets fund.