The "I" is out of place in the word "buisness." Even the two towns' names are misspelled. "Rothschield" should not have an "E;" it should be Rothschild. And the "I" and "E" are reversed in "Schofeild;" it should be Schofield.
The road sign company says it will have the words corrected and spelling double checked within a week.
And thanks to ABC7's Roz Varon, we found video from the 1990s when crews were working on Lake Shore Drive, in which workers misspelled "Randolf" Street on a sign.
Click here for more ironic signs previously created by people who could have used a spell-checker, including:
- A sign for one village that says 'English is our language. No excetions"
- A newspaper that misspelled its own name - "The Valley Newss" - with two S's, on its front page.
- A sign painted on a roadway that warns drivers about a "SHCOOL."
- And a sign that points out the key to "Sucses" may begin with the basics, like communication.