Since the board of Metro Parks Tacoma officially named the Hilltop neighborhood park “People’s Park,” shown on a sign along South Ninth Street, the question of what to do with another sign at the park that lacks an apostrophe has been raised. The answer is, likely nothing.
Since the board of Metro Parks Tacoma officially named the Hilltop neighborhood park “People’s Park,” shown on a sign along South Ninth Street, the question of what to do with another sign at the park that lacks an apostrophe has been raised. The answer is, likely nothing. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
Since the board of Metro Parks Tacoma officially named the Hilltop neighborhood park “People’s Park,” shown on a sign along South Ninth Street, the question of what to do with another sign at the park that lacks an apostrophe has been raised. The answer is, likely nothing. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

The power of the apostrophe — to the People’s and the Peoples

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