Okay, this is funny. A local group in Indiana that opposes a $30 million bond referendum that would fund a new library seems to be in need of a library’s services more than anyone else. They can’t even figure out how to spell the word “oppose.”
A group that raised more than $5,000 to fight a $30 million bond referendum for a new Franklin library gave those on the other side a reason to snicker. “Citizens Apposed to the Library Project” filed their official financial disclosure documents April 20 with the Johnson County clerk.
There appears to be no truth to the rumor that the group will reform as Americans Against Proper Spelling. Or speling.