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Corrections & Amplifications

In the April 28 Special Report listing of charity golf tournaments, the shotgun start for the Children’s Hospital at Strong Golf Day on Aug. 28 should be listed as 11 a.m. Also, the Camp Good Days and Special Times 17th ...

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A March 17 article misidentified the law firm running an advertising campaign using the tag line “I love my lawyers.” The firm using the line is Harris, Beach & Wilcox LLP. 3/24/00–Rochester Business Journal

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CORRECTIONS AND AMPLIFICATIONS The March 10 People section contained an error. Timothy Hayes has been appointed vice president of Regent Financial Group LLC. Alan Edelstein is president. A story in the March 10 issue also contained an error. Preferred Care ...

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The Dec. 31 list of Blue Cross Arena events failed to note that Rochester Americans hockey games were excluded because the team is a permanent tenant of the Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial, and the list was restricted ...

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CORRECTIONS AND AMPLIFICATIONS The nominee profile of Donna Gillespie in the Jan. 7 Athena Award supplement contained an error. The responses to the questions about motivation and about advice to young businesswomen were transposed. Due to inaccurate information provided by ...

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The Dec. 31 Special Report contained two errors. James S. Gleason, current chairman and CEO of Gleason Corp., is the grandnephew of James E. Gleason. In addition, the wrong photo appeared with the profile of Joseph C. Wilson, former president ...

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An article in the Dec. 24 issue misstated Deputy Mayor Jeffrey Carlson’s view on loan guarantees for Lake Ontario Fast Ferry Corp. Neither the city nor Monroe County would guarantee loans to LOFF; any guarantees would have to come from ...

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The Dec. 10 list of Million-Dollar Non-Profits incorrectly stated the number of clients served by the Rochester Museum & Science Center. The correct figure is 388,953 visitors. In addition, the executive director of the Girl Scouts of the Genesee Valley ...

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A Nov. 26 article misstated the amount in contention in a federal lawsuit filed by RHH Properties Properties Inc. against principals of Perk Development Corp. The correct amount is $150,000. Blue Cross Blue Shield of the Rochester Area officials do ...

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A graphic on page one of the Nov. 12 issue showing the trend in city and suburban full value assessments was incorrect. The corrected graphic appears at the top of this page. In a Nov. 12 story on the fast ...

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In the 40 Under 40 Awards supplement published Oct. 29, the CURE Childhood Cancer Association Inc. was misidentified. 11/12/99

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A Sept. 10 article on bankruptcy reform legislation mischaracterized the American Bankruptcy Institute. The Washington, D.C.-based organization describes itself as a non-partisan, multidisciplinary group founded in 1982 to provide Congress with an unbiased analysis of bankruptcy issues. In addition, a ...

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A story in the Oct. 8 issue contained an error. Empire Brewing Co. co-owner Michael Hodgdon had a management/consulting contract with the owner of Fuel Pizza Cafe. He was not a partner in the venture. Credit for a photo of ...

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An article in the Sept. 24 issue did not mention that Horizons Restaurant at the Lodge at Woodcliff received an award of excellence from Wine Spectator magazine as one of the best restaurants in New York for wine lovers. 10/8/99

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An article on Midtown Plaza in the Sept. 10 issue misidentified Albert Cupo, assistant general manager with Jones Lang LaSalle, the plaza’s manager. The article also incorrectly attributed to Cupo comments made in April by Robert Cheney, chief financial officer ...

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