» The "Crossword of the Pacific" puzzle on Page F10 Sunday was published with the wrong puzzle grid. A corrected puzzle is printed on Page D4 of today's paper.
» From 1993 to 2000, the state received about $82 million a year from productions filmed in Hawaii, an estimated 20 percent of which came from commercials, according to the Hawaii Film Office. An article, "Isle Film Czars," on Page A1 Friday morning and B1 Friday afternoon listed incorrect figures. Also, Act 88 is the name of the state law covering tax rebates for all manner of film productions, and Marilyn Killeri was circulating translations of the incentives in Japan and did not attend the AICP in Los Angeles.
» When referring to Big Island Mayor Harry Kim's policy of temporarily restricting new development along Queen Kaahumanu Highway in Kona, Public Works head Bruce McClure used the word "concurrency." A story on Page A2 Saturday
used the word "moratorium."
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