Regardless whether the signs have been switched or not...or who might have switched them...
If you don't know which pond is #1 or #2 you have not done enough pre-hunt homework. As stated above, the state would not, has not, and ain't going to change the pond numbers.
If you show up on the morning of your hunt, (in the dark) and don't where your going #1 or #2, why did you even put in for the draw?
I don't know anything about the Oyster Creek sign being switched....but again, see above.
If you are putting in for a draw hunt for the first time, anywhere, it is your responsibility to learn that area before you get there to hunt. Go scout, set-up your GPS route or trail, pick the spot you plan to hunt, then pick two other spots, because someone is likely to have already done their homework as well and might be where you want to be. By the way, if someone is already in "your" spot, go to another spot, DO NOT SET-UP on top of, or downwind of someone's spread!!! They beat you there fair and square, no need to eff-it up for everyone.
I'm not bored, and my hunting has not been slow...scouting and preparation pays off every time
I still call BS on the assumption that a local may have changed the signs!