Corrections and

>> Rain gauges throughout Oahu showed water levels exceeding 300 percent of normal average rainfall for February, said the National Weather Service. A Page A4 story in yesterday's early edition incorrectly said the levels were above normal average rainfall for the month.

>> Actor Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa's name was misspelled as Cary Hiroyuki-Tagawa in yesterday's "Reel News" column on Page D7.

>> A total of 67 members of Teamsters Local 996 are on strike against Hawaiian Cement Co. A Page A6 story in yesterday's early edition incorrectly said there were 110 Hawaiian Cement workers on strike.

>> Janice Okubo is the spokeswoman for the state Department of Health. In a Page A6 story in Tuesday's early edition, her last name was misspelled as Kubo.

>> The renewable-energy system to be expanded at Island Dodge on Maui is not net energy metered at this time, as implied in "TheBuzz" on Page E1 Sunday. Current law allows for net energy metering, where electricity is fed back into the power grid and the utility customer receives credit at the retail rate, on systems of 10 kilowatts or less. A bill before the state Legislature would expand net metering to renewable-energy systems of up to 50 kilowatts.


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