Contractor misspells ‘Librarey’ in Indiana library’s parking lot – Thebritishjournal Reports

Contractor misspells ‘Librarey’ in Indiana library’s parking lot

Someone get this guy a dictionary!

An Indiana contractor probably should have spent more time in the library — instead of outside … or at the very least, spell-checked his work with the many public signs surrounding the building.

The Indianapolis Library Services Center on North Meridian Street was left red-faced after a contractor marking off spots for the building’s vehicles painted “LIBRAREY VEHICLES ONLY” — misspelling the word library … despite the word “library” being visible on the building itself.

Joe Backe, director of communications for The Indianapolis Public Library, told WISHTV the markings will be corrected.

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At least the library has a sense of humor about the situation, tweeting a link of the story and musing: “We don’t see what is so funney? (laugh emoji) 2020. What can we say?”

Contractor misspells ‘Librarey’ in Indiana library’s parking lot The British Journal Editors and Wire Services/ New York Post.

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