Corrections & Clarifications for July 22, 2013

 

•  A story that ran on Page 1B on July 16 omitted that Miami Commission Chairman Marc Sarnoff voted against the Miami Marlins stadium plan on March 19, 2009, and later voted in favor of the financing of the stadium and the parking structures after it was clear he was outvoted.

• A story on Page 4A on Saturday about a bill the House of Representatives passed to overhaul the No Child Left Behind education law gave the wrong name for the law’s system of measuring school performance. It’s known as “adequate yearly progress.”

• In a story on Page 4A on Monday about houses provided to U.S. generals and admirals, the name of a house leased by the Navy in Naples, Italy, was misspelled. It is Villa de Iorio. Also, the Pentagon report referred to in the story said the lease for Villa de Iorio would be terminated next May, but Anthony Cooper, a spokesman for the Navy’s Installation Command, said the lease will be canceled next month because the house is vacant. Rear Adm. Robert Burke, the commander of Submarine Group 8, rented a private house, instead of occupying Villa de Iorio, Cooper said. In addition, the lease for Villa Anna, another house held by the Navy in Naples that the Pentagon report said would be terminated in 2014, is being canceled this fall, Cooper said.

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