The most frequently stolen street sign in Green Bay isn’t Lombardi Avenue, Reggie White Way or Brett Favre Pass.
The distinction goes to a short street on the city’s southwest side. Its name brings to mind the helmet-style haircut of the 1980s, (speaking of, don’t forget voting starts tomorrow at jackfmseattle.com for your favorite stylin mullet!)
Mullet Place has disappeared so many times city crews have moved it higher on the street pole and out of reach. It costs about $50 to $60, including labor, for the city to replace signs.
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