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March 19, 2013

Corrections / Clarifications

The Gloucester Daily Times aims to be accurate. If you are aware of a factual error in a story, please call Times Editor Ray Lamont at 978-283-7000 x3432.

Due to an electronic editing error, in a letter to the editor from Zenas Seppala of Rockport that appeared in Friday’s paper included a garbled a sentence.

That portion of the letter should have read as follows:

“In the spirit of the interactive public process desired and required by general law, I have asked that my submissions be retained by the Planning Board as part of their official records. As such, they are available for public review at Town Hall Annex during normal Planning Board hours. I will certainly be adding more at future scheduled Planning Board meetings.”

A correct version of the entire letter can be found online at gloucestertimes.com.

The parents’ fee for the after-school program at West Parish School is $5 per hour of providing care and activities for a child. The program opens at 3 p.m. each day, and parents can pick up their children between 4 and 5 p.m. Stories regarding the issue have incorrectly indicated that the fee was per-day; that was based on parents who only use the program for an hour daily.

 

 

 

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