Orange mayor Reg Kidd and former mayor John Davis may be from the wrong era.
Many years ago it appears it was common practice for former mayors to be immortalised by having a street named after them.
And it appears they didn't have to last too long.
In the latest on our series on Orange street names here's three streets named after people who served one year as mayor.
Elijah Eyles was among our earliest orchardists.
Orange and District Historical Society treasurer and historian Les Hughes wrote in the 1980s "W. and E. Eyles" established an orchard at Canobolas.
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"In 1881 they spent a considerable sum in clearing, fencing and preparing the soil for the young trees. By 1884 about 30 acres had been planted, mainly with apples. Later they also established an orchard on the Bathurst Road," he said.
Elijah was an alderman from 1885-1891 and mayor in 1889.
Historian William Folster described John Woodward as "one of the real pioneers of Orange" in a series on street names in the Central Western Daily 70 years ago.
"He lived at first in a slab building not far from the present gates of Wolaroi College on the Bathurst Road. There he conducted a small store and handled the postal business of the time. Later he owned a store on the site of the present Metropolitan Hotel," he said.
His year of civic leadership of Orange occurred in 1870.
Historian Ross Maroney says James Leeds ran a stock agency in Lords Place and ended up in competition with two sons who took up their own business nearby.
Details of his life, were found in a story on his death printed in the Bourke newspaper, the Western Herald, found on the Trove website.
"With the death at Drummoyne, on April 23 , of Mr James Stuart Leeds, a chapter in the early commercial days of Orange, and the West generally, was closed," the paper said.
"Mr Leeds, who was in his 78th year, commenced business as an auctioneer and commission agent at Orange, over 50 years ago, and by reason of his keen mind, his business grew and became known throughout the west.
"It is said of him that he drove bullock teams from beyond Bourke to Melbourne in his youth."
He was mayor in 1881.
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