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» In Sunday’s Insight package on marriage equality, the "Island Voices" commentary by Jonathan Durrett was missing its jump on Page F5 due to a production error. Also, the counter piece by Vanessa Chong ran with an incorrect photo. Durrett’s commentary is printed in its entirety today on Page A9; Chong’s photo also appears there.
» The late Rev. Andrew Iaukea Bright’s first name was omitted in a story that appeared on Page B4 in Saturday’s paper.
» The Waipahu Neighborhood Board voted to support the concept of Castle & Cooke’s Koa Ridge housing project in October 2001. A story on Page B1 Friday said the board had not taken a position on the project.
» Homeowners 75 and older who live in their homes qualify for higher property tax exemptions only if they meet certain low-income thresholds under the city’s existing In Lieu of Home Exemptions Program. A story on Page B1 Sunday implied all owner-occupants 75 and older qualified for the higher exemptions regardless of income.