Reports that the Sandusky Bay Pavilion is condemned are false. The rumors started flying after the following sign was spotted on the fence on the east side of the pavilion:
it's all right there in black and yellow, right?
Yes, but city workers failed to black out the back of a recycled sign which detailed the new rules for the facility. So when Matt Kline ordered the gates closed for preparation of the Wine Fesitval this weekend, passers-by were led to believe that the facility was now condemned. Woops!
Not really a big deal. The mistake was caught and corrected.
Granted, it's a funny, ironic, unfortunate mistake - but not nearly as ironic as misspelling the word "ettiquette" on the Sandusky Bike Pathway sign:
UPDATE: Way to go!
I just wanted to see if you were all awake! [wink]
Here's how I made this moronic mistake: I looked at the sign and the word "etiquette" looked wrong to me. So when I got home I looked it up on dictionary.com and typed in the word "etiquette" - but thought I typed it in with two t's. The results from the search turned up the word 'etiquette' - which was the correct spelling. For some reason I thought the web search confirmed the way I thought it was spelled which was actually wrong.
In short: Brain fart.