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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Campbellsville Says No to "Children at Play" Signs
Posted: 31-Oct-2005 2:40PM CST
Topics: [Taylor County]

The city of Campbellsville is refusing to install "Children at Play" signs on a city street and claiming that such signs are illegal in Kentucky because they give children the right of way to play in the street. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that while the installation of such signs is discouraged, they are not illegal and do not give children right of way.

More information: Central Kentucky News-Journal: City says no to signs (Oct. 30, 2005) [Outside Link]

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