"DAYTON -- Controversy on Sinclair Community College's campus, over a commonly used construction site sign. It reads "Men Working." A Sinclair employee called the sign sexist, and demanded it be removed from the work site. "They're in a man's world, they need to realize if they're going to work in construction that it's not always going to be geared towards them alone, you can't change everything just because there's a woman in the crew," said Sarah Belden, Dayton resident. On November 20th, crews from Jcrane Inc., got a call telling them they had to stop working on the site and remove the sign. Turns out the Manager of Construction and Projects for Sinclair, Elizabeth Verzi, called the sign sexist. "There was no women in the crew working on the building, it was politically correct," said Belden"