Corrections and

>> Nineteen of 51 fatal crashes from Jan. 1 through Oct. 14, 2002, involved speeding, according to Maj. Bryan Wauke of the Honolulu Police Department's Traffic Division. A story on Page A1 yesterday incorrectly said the numbers were for all of 2002.

>> A graphic entitled "R.M. Towill and subcontractors' city work" on Page A6 Sunday listed Hawaii Design Group Inc. as a subcontractor that received city contracts. Hawaii Design has received contracts from the city, but not as a subcontractor for Towill, and it has been a subcontractor for Towill, but not on city jobs. Also, Hawaii Design was listed among subcontractors of Towill that contributed to the Harris campaign; it did donate, but the graphic may have wrongly implied that it did so as a subcontractor to Towill on city jobs. Finally, the company's name is Hawaii Design Associates Inc. -- it appeared on one list as Hawaii Design Group Inc.

>> Patricia Lee has been chairwoman of the University of Hawaii Board of Regents since July; she was appointed by former Gov. Ben Cayetano as a regent in June 2001. A Sunday article on Page A13 incorrectly reported that she has been chairwoman since January and that she was appointed three years ago.

>> The United Public Workers union filed a motion to compel the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii's former legal director to reappear before the state Labor Relations Board to answer questions about its investigation into alleged abuse at the Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility. A headline on Page A6 yesterday incorrectly said the union sued to seek the information.


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