On Sat, 21 Oct 2006 11:07:40 -0400, SPUI
Because normally we don't report on errors on
maps. We don't say "FDOT
turned over part of SR 2 to Nassau County in the 1980s, but some maps
still show it as a state road."
Why not, if it's verifiable? Surely that
is an interesting and useful
piece of information?
How is it interesting that maps make mistakes? In an article about a
town, would we say that a map once spelled it incorrectly?