Everett replaces 3,500 signs to help reduce crashes

For a short time in January, main thoroughfare Mukilteo Boulevard and little side street Baker Drive swapped places. City crews have since twisted the new street signs back into place. Resident Chuck Newcombe was just glad the giant boulder didn’t budge, since it makes a handy marker for giving visitors directions. (Contributed photo)

For a short time in January, main thoroughfare Mukilteo Boulevard and little side street Baker Drive swapped places. City crews have since twisted the new street signs back into place. Resident Chuck Newcombe was just glad the giant boulder didn’t budge, since it makes a handy marker for giving visitors directions. (Contributed photo)

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