Originally Posted by TattooedMamaMeg
That's sort of how it felt to me. They typed it up, ran spelling/grammar check, then turned it in. So yeah, the sentence structure is weird, it doesn't flow well, but grammatically, it's fine.
Still, you'd think that they'd have a copy editor, wouldn't you?
OK, not as bad as I saw on first read through, but this jumped out at me:
The homeowner will have 10 days to remediation the home's conditions. After that, it will be up to the Lake County Health Department to decide if the home should be condemned and torn down.
To "Remediation" the home's conditions? Seriously?
And yeah, I've seen some really strange grammar in articles from that newspaper's site.
I mean, I'll be the first to admit that at times, I need some assistance with spelling and grammar, but that's why I proofread, spellcheck, and even have someone else look it over for me; especially if it's something professional.