Feb 19, 2020

Corrections for the Week of Feb. 19, 2020

Our Feb. 12 story “March Ballot Measures Primarily Intended to Benefit Children in East Bay” contained several errors regarding the three school-related tax measures on the March ballot. Measure E would enact a 12.4-cent-per-square-foot on building improvements (and a $25 annual levy on unimproved parcels). Ninety-five percent of the...
Nov 12, 2019

Corrections for the Week of Nov. 13, 2019

Our Nov. 6 story about new federal water-diversion guidelines, (Trump Administration Plan Allows Delta Water Managers to Kill Off Winter-Run Chinook Salmon, News) misstated the temperature above which Chinook Salmon eggs and fry can fail to properly...
Nov 6, 2019

Corrections for the Week of Nov. 6, 2019

Our Oct. 30 story about the AB&I foundry in East Oakland (“The Odor in East Oakland,”) incorrectly transposed the name of Dr. Rupa Marya.
Oct 15, 2019

Corrections for the Week of Oct. 16, 2019

Our Oct. 9 story about the Burning Man exhibition at the Oakland Museum of California, “Burning Man Fires Up the Oakland Museum,” incorrectly identified the creators of “Paper Arch;” they were Natalia Bertotti and Michael Garlington.
Aug 7, 2019

Corrections for the Week of Aug. 7, 2019

Our July 31 story “Cleaner Skies Are Coming to West Oakland” incorrectly stated that the Environmental Defense Fund had “participated” in a West Oakland air-quality-mapping project. In fact, it designed and funded that project.
Jul 23, 2019

Corrections for the Week of July 24, 2019

After our July 17 story about e-scooter regulation in Oakland ("Mobility and Equity") went to press, the board of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency basically conceded the inadequacy of its past policies, by voting to double...
Jul 10, 2019

Corrections for the Week of July 10, 2019

Our July 3 story about a Berkeley ordinance to ban new gas hookups incorrectly characterized the state building code's attitude toward all-electric construction. The new code had has been updated to remove the obstacles to all-electric construction,...
Jun 5, 2019

Corrections for the Week of June 5, 2019

Our May 14 story about union opposition to a housing development in San Lorenzo mischaracterized a meeting between an attorney for the project and the staff of Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan. We suggested that union officials...
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