After 20 Years, Maryland City Fixes Sign

After 20 Years, Maryland City Fixes Sign

There are 4 comments on the Newsday story from Mar 8, 2007, titled After 20 Years, Maryland City Fixes Sign. In it, Newsday reports that:

The city of Hagerstown corrected a municipal spelling error Thursday, 20 years after committing it.

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Paso Robles, CA

#1 Mar 8, 2007
Article making fun of error makes error!!!

The mid to late 1908's????????

The sign was first placed at the corner of Frederick Street and East Memorial Boulevard in the mid- to late 1908s,

Miamisburg, OH

#2 Mar 8, 2007
You obviously don't need an edumucation to get an article pikked up by the AP, know matter how many numbers of spelling grammeritical errors there be is. Whoever wrote that article should give their paycheck back for today, and their editor needs to do the same.

Hagerstown, MD

#3 Mar 9, 2007
That is because most people in Hagerstown can't spell or read. They all seem to be S.O.S., stuck on stupid.

Baltimore, MD

#4 Mar 9, 2007
bunch of dumb hicks in hagerstown.. lol

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